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Japan Autumn Leaf Forecast and Report 2016
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Japan Autumn Leaves Forecast and Report 2016

For those who want to enjoy autumn leaves in Japan, here is the tentative forecast and seasonal report of 2016. Let's get prepared for seeing beautiful autumn leaves!

Autumn leaf season in Japan is one of the beautiful seasons that you can discover its absolute beauty. Typically, the season starts around mid September from the highest mountains of Hokkaido and then gradually shifts into areas of lower elevations and more southern latitudes such as Tokyo and Kyoto in late November. In some locations, colors can be enjoyed until December. However, the beginning of the season in Japan vary by a few days to one or two weeks from year to year depending on temperatures, so you should always be careful of the autumn leaf forecast. This data is based on forecast, which announced in early September, so you should check another forecast which we will announce in October. The map below shows the list of famous destinations for autumn leaves and the best timing for seeing autumn leaves.

Japan Autumn Leaf Forecast and Report 2016
Japan Autumn Leaf Forecast and Report 2016
Japan Autumn Leaf Forecast and Report 2016
Japan Autumn Leaf Forecast and Report 2016
Japan Autumn Leaf Forecast and Report 2016
Japan Autumn Leaf Forecast and Report 2016
Japan Autumn Leaf Forecast and Report 2016
Japan Autumn Leaf Forecast and Report 2016

In Hokkaido and Tohoku areas, the temperature is higher than previous years in September and October, so this year’s autumn leaf season will begin around the same time or later compared to previous years. For plain regions, the peak of the autumn leaves is late October in Sapporo and late November in Sendai.

In Hokuriku, Kanto and Tokai areas, the temperature is higher than previous years in September and is about the same in October and November, so this year’s autumn leaf season will begin around the same time as previous years. For plain regions, the peak of the autumn leaves is late November in Tokyo and mid November in Niigata and Nagoya.

In Kinki, Chugoku, Shikoku and Kyushu areas, the temperature is higher than previous years in September and is about the same in October and November, so this year’s autumn leaf season will begin around the same time as previous years. For plain regions, the peak of the autumn leaves is early December in Osaka, late November in Fukuoka and mid November in Hiroshima and Takamatsu.

Unlike cherry blossoms, which usually last for only a week, autumn leaves can usually be seen over a couple of weeks or so and are easier to catch the best timing than the cherry blossoms. Let’s see autumn leaves in Japan and discover its absolute beauty!

 

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