- "Wear the Brocade" - Tokugawaen Garden Autumn Leaves Festival (Nishiki-wo-Mato Tokugawaen Koyo Matsuri)
Nagoya-City "Wear the Brocade" - Tokugawaen Garden Autumn Leaves Festival (Nishiki-wo-Mato Tokugawaen Koyo Matsuri)
Date : 11/17/2017 - 12/10/2017
Tokugawaen Garden is the widely renowned Japanese garden with pond and spring in a location close to downtown Nagoya City. From mid-November, the garden's 300-ish momiji maples (Acer) and nishikigi winged spindles (Euonymus alatus) get vividly colored, deepening the feeling of autumn in the premises. To coincide with this, the Autumn Leaves Festival (Koyo Matsuri) is held, with extended evening hours and artificial illumination, so guest are able to enjoy wholly different sights from the daytime garden.
A plethora of other cultural and sightseeing events, including exhibitions, will ensure a memorable experience of this place, also known as Tokugawa Lord's Gardens.