Autumn at Showa Memorial Park

Colorful season in a colorful park

By Andre Moreira    - 1 min read

Is there a better season than autumn to enjoy the beautiful colors that cover Showa Memorial Park?

Located in Tachikawa, Tokyo, this 163-hectare park was established in 1983 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Showa's Emperor reign.

Especially if you like outdoor activities, you can go for a walk, a run, or even rent a bicycle in the park, being able to ride the 11-km bike trail it offers.

In this season, you can also enjoy the beautiful yellow colors of the ginkgo trees, and the red colors of the maple leaves.

Autumn is here! Visit and enjoy!

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Find out more about Showa Kinen Park.

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Andre Moreira

Andre Moreira @andre.moreira

Born in the Portuguese countryside in 1990, I've been living in Japan since 2012. Not long after coming to Japan, I started writing to Japan Travel in English, and later started managing its Portuguese page. I'm continuously looking for new Portuguese language partners to help us make the page even cooler! :)I love traveling in Japan and have been to a lot of places with my wife! There are still many spots on my list... Where should I go next?