In spite of the rain and soggy shoes, there’s something about the fiery colors of fall that make for a spectacular experience. Fall is also the season of Halloween, and Thanksgiving; and that time of year when we start making preparations for Christmas, and then New Years.
With such great holidays and celebrations to be had, travelers are already looking for the best places to spend it. So here are five of our favorites to get you out on the road again.
Spring is Japan’s most popular tourist season, but fall follows close behind. From mid-September into the beginning of November, Japan’s trees put on a colorful display as they begin to change for the season.
During this time, many Japanese and tourists seek out their favorite spots to admire the changes fall brings. This observance of fall foliage is usually referred to as koyo, by the locals.
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