Walking among Autumn Flowers and Leaves – Koishikawa Botanical Gardens

It’s time to enjoy autumn flowers and leaves.  The weather is comfortable for walking and biking.  So off to Koishikawa Botanical Gardens!

Koishikawa Botanical Gardens is about 15-min walk from Myogadani Station of Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line or 10-min walk from Hakusan Station of Toei Mita Line.  I wrote about this botanical gardens several times but it’s worth paying the admission fee of 400 yen.  Each season, you can see a variety of flowers.  If you go cycling to the gardens, you can park your bicycle at the entrance.

October in Koishikawa Botanical Gardens

October in Koishikawa Botanical Gardens

Vicia Unijuga - October in Koishikawa Botanical Gardens

Abelia Ionandra - October in Koishikawa Botanical Gardens

In addition to flowers, it is even more interesting to see dried leaves and flowers.

Koishikawa Botanical Gardens

October in Koishikawa Botanical Gardens

October in Koishikawa Botanical Gardens

October in Koishikawa Botanical Gardens

Thistles - October in Koishikawa Botanical Gardens

October in Koishikawa Botanical Gardens

Hydrangea - October in Koishikawa Botanical Gardens

 

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