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Maple Leaves in Tokyo 2007 2007/8/10 19:10
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I read somewhere in this website that the best time to see maple leaves in Tokyo would be around mid-end Nov?
I'm hoping to go around 17 Nov, but my friend may not be able to get work leave that week. :(
If that happens,I will most likely go on 3 nov for a week. During that period, are there any chances at all of me viewing the maple leaves? Would the erratic weather(global warming etc) cause any shift in the autumn foilage season?
by nikki  

... 2007/8/10 19:49
Due to the warming climate, the autumn leaf season has recently been taking place later than in earlier times, but it varies from year to year. In recent years, late November to early December has been best timing. In early November you are unlikely to see many colored trees. But you could make side trips to nearby spots in higher elevations, such as the Fuji Five Lakes.
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