Top Things to Do in Tokyo This Autumn 2019
1. Visit The Mount Takao Autumn Leaf Festival
Mount Takao is one of the most famous mountains in Tokyo and is regularly visited due to how easy it is to access. Every year an autumn festival is held here where the red leaves, known as momiji in Japanese, are celebrated. There are tons of street food stalls, shows, souvenir stalls and much more! This is a great place for tourists to experience true Japanese culture in Tokyo!
01/11/2019 – 30/11/2019
Takaomachi, Hachioji, Tokyo 193-0844
From Shinjuku Station take the Keio-Takao Line directly to Takaosanguchi Station.
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2. Visit the Shibuya Crossing on Halloween Night
If you’re in Tokyo on Halloween this year, you have to go and experience the crazy atmosphere in Shibuya! It is tradition in Tokyo that every year people flock to Shibuya and the crossing dressed in crazy outfits to celebrate halloween! It’s one of the busiest nights of the year in Shibuya. If you’re in Tokyo on the 31st of October, grab a costume from Don Quijote and get yourself down to Shibuya!
31/10/2019 at night.
150-0042 Tokyo, Shibuya City, Udagawacho, Shibuya Scramble Crossing.
Take the JR Yamanote Line to Shibuya Station
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3. Enjoy the Tokyo Tower Taiwan Festival
It may seem strange to go and experience a Taiwanese festival when you’ve come to Japan, but this festival is decorated extremely beautiful especially with the amazing Tokyo Tower in the background! If you’re looking for tasty food, a great atmosphere and pretty lights this autumn, this is the place to go!
13/09/2019 – 16/09/2019 in the evening.
4 Chome-2-8 Shibakoen, Minato City, Tokyo 105-0011
Take the Hibiya Line to Kamiyacho Station.
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4. Eat all the ramen you can at the Tokyo Ramen Show
If you’re a ramen lover, then this event was MADE for you! The Tokyo Ramen Show has tons of ramen on offer from all over Japan, meaning you can try them all in one place! Entrance to the event is free but tickets to exchange for ramen are 800yen each. All the ramen is super delicious and extremely worth visiting the event!
29/10/2019 – 04/11/2019
1-1 Komazawakoen, Setagaya City, Tokyo 154-0013
Take the Tokyu-Den-Entoshi Line to Komazawa-Dairaku Station.
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5. Enjoy an autumn walk in Yoyogi Park
Yoyogi park is one of the most beautiful places to see the autumn leaves in Tokyo due to sheer amount of trees there! You can take a leisurely walk throughout the park whilst enjoying the view and the atmosphere. There are street performers at Yoyogi park everyday to keep you entertained and you’re sure to find something wacky and wonderful going on there!
Late October to November
2-1 Yoyogikamizonocho, Shibuya City, Tokyo 151-0052
Take the JR Yamanote Line to Yoyogi Station.
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6. Experience Japanese culture at the Yanaka Festival
There are many festivals throughout Tokyo however if you want experience real traditional Tokyo, this is the festival to go to! Yanaka is a small area in Tokyo known for it’s traditional and local atmosphere. This festival allows you to see what Japanese festivals are really about…community!
12/10/2019 – 13/10/2019
3 Chome-13-1 Yanaka, Taitō-ku, Tokyo 110-0001
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