Green Leaves Agriculture Festival

Celebrating the bounty of the farm at Hikarigaoka Park

Venue: Hikarigaoka Park When: Mid Nov 2021
Notice: The dates for this event are not yet confirmed. This page will be updated once the official date(s) are announced by the event organizers. Please check the official event site for the latest info.

Hikarigaoka park is a former airfield and military housing complex. A sprawling picturesque park in the residential area of Nerima ward, it is renowned for its seasonal scenery, particularly, its gingko tree avenue for their golden yellow leaves every November.

Also, annually in November they have the JA Tokyo Green Leaves Agriculture Festival. More than just a market, they have live performances with shows and entertainment. There is a also huge "treasure ship" display made from fruit and vegetables. The festival is held in the "Keyaki Hiroba" Open Space from 10 am to 4 pm. The 2019 dates are Saturday November 16th and Sunday November 17th.

Getting there

By public transport

The park is located in Tokyo, but right on the border of Wako City in Saitama. You can use the Tobu Tojo Line's Narimasu station, Oedo Line's Hikarigaoka Station or Fukutoshin line's Chikatetsu Narimasu station to get to the park. Each station is about a 15 minute walk away from the park.

By car

Close to the Nerima exit of the Kanetsu expressway, there is pay parking beside the park's gymnasium. It costs 2,200 yen for the day.

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Lynda has been in Japan for 20 years and blogging about Saitama on her personal blog for 14 of them.  Despite its central location, just North of Tokyo, Saitama is still quite unknown to the international tourist, but frequented by domestic travelers. It is a great place to experience some off-the-international-tourist-trail locations and meet with locals and national tourists. I hope to introduce a taste of what there is to do and see in my articles on Japan Travel and help you with your Saitama travel planning.  Be sure to stop by my website where you will find 600 things to do in Saitama and 400 active events! 

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Kim a year ago
Those gingko trees are so lovely!
Lynda Hogan Author a year ago
One of my favourite places for gingko. We couldn't make it this weekend for the festival, but we were there last week. They were already glistening gold and stunning.
Sleiman Azizi a year ago
Another one for Saitama. Those trees look great!
Lynda Hogan Author a year ago
They really are and amazingly still not that well known outside the area. But very popular with locals as you can imagine.