Nikko’s Autumn Colors

Nature’s colorful gift

By Steve Morton   Nov 11, 2016 - 1 min read

Despite having been to Nikko on various occasions during the last few years it’s one of those places you can never get tired off. Perhaps it’s because of its impressive collection of world class temples and shrines or vast array of natural wonders which impels me to return time and time again.

Beautiful during anytime of the year, Nikko’s vast landscape is transformed into a beautiful array of bright  colors during the autumn season. Starting off at Lake Yunoko in the north, I gradually made my way down south, finishing outside the world famous Taiyuin Temple   

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Steve Morton

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Long-term resident of Yokohama interested in getting out and seeing what this great country has to offer. I enjoy doing new things and traveling on a streamlined budget guaranteed to make any self-respecting local gulp.When not too busy, I like eating and attempting to not get lost while looking at Japanese tourist maps