Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is a large garden in Shinjuku Tokyo, Japan and one of the largest in Tokyo. It is one of the best cherry blossom and autumn spots that you can visit. Inside this garden are three different kinds of garden which are the English, Japanese and French Garden.

Yesterday, we visited Shinjuku Gyoen to give you an autumn color report. It seems that the autumn peak of the garden is starting. Few of the trees are already changing their colors and most of them are still green.

Shinjuku Gyoen Sendagaya Gate


Brochure Stand: Different Languages


Ticketing Machine


Here are some of the shots around the Shinjuku Gyoen for you to visualize what to expect if you visit here at this point of time:

But wait, there’s more!

There is one place in the garden that you can take good shots of autumn leaves. It is one of the famous part of the garden.

This garden is the “French Formal Garden” where the leaves of the trees are almost on their peak.

Scanned Brochure: Credits to Shinjuku Gyoen

Here are some photos that we took from the French Garden:

But wait again!

Luckily, we were able to enter in the Chrysanthemum Cultivation Field which was opened to public that day.

Here are some of the shots that we took inside:

Additional information when you visit Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

Scanned Brochure: Credits to Shinjuku Gyoen