Writer: Peter Leonard

Peter moved from the UK to Japan in March 2010 and has been living in Satiama Prefecture with his wife ever since. His passions include hiking, writing, Japanese culture (both traditional and modern) and engaging in the popular Japanese sport of tussling for the free seat on trains during rush hour.

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Night-Fall: Nocturnal Autumn Leaves in Saitama

Viewing the reds and oranges of Japanese autumnal foliage on a crisp and clear day is unbeatable. Only one thing makes it better - when it's at night. First things first: where is Shinrin Koen? It lies almost exactly in the center of Saitama Prefecture, just north of Tokyo. The nearest train station is “Shinrin Koen” (森林公園), about 1 hour from Ikebukuro on the Tobu Tojo Line.

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