2018, the last year of Heisei
The following are the record of the autumn leaves in 2018. I’m sure they show you the way the autumn leaves in Kyoto goes on.
Now we can admire so-called autumn leaves. Around 30 percent. In the next week, we’ll see green and vermilion leaves at the same time. I suppose this year’s gonna be fruitful.
Now Karesansui/Zen garden is in Migoro. The leaves are in extraordinary red.
The stroll gareden is around 40 percent. Anyway, the Karesansui garden is in the best time.
Around the pagoda, we can see more red leaves than last week.
Now they are in Migoro. To our regret, some leaves start to fall before they turn into red or vermilion.
The tree in the left side is in amazing red. I hope it has the same color by the other trees has the same color.
Some trees are in full bloom.
It is the perfect timing! You must be there in a couple of days. The leaves of Saimyoji are in bloom earlier than those of the other places in Takao.
Kozanji has lots of green leaves yet. Most of them shrank though they are in green.
The night illumination of 2018 starts today. The Karesansui garden still keeps red leaves in good condition.
17th November Ohara
We have Migoro in Shinden building though some place are in early stage.
We can admire Sakura and autumn leaves at the same time. The Sakura in Jikkoin is not the same kind of Sakura we can see in Spring. It blooms in autumn and sping. It is called “Fudan Zakura” (Sakura without cease) because it blooms two times in a year.
Now in the best Migoro. Stunning.
This is one of the most underrated place to admire autumn leaves with quiet pond and fallen ginkgo leaves. Just 10 minutes walk from Rurikoin temple.