Okubo Temple in Autumn

Last stop on the Shikoku Pilgrimage ablaze with color

 By Bret de Colebi   Oct 20, 2015

Okubo Temple is a fantastic temple to bring your camera to, especially as the seasons change.

First you get the cherry and apricot blossoms in the early spring, followed by the soft and radiant blooms of wisteria in the middle of spring.

In summer the temple is wrapped in green shade, and in fall the scenery is set ablaze in a cornucopia of reds, oranges, and yellows. If you wanted to view the autumn colors in Eastern Shikoku, you couldn't pick a better place!

Photography by Bret de Colebi
Japan Travel Member

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