Akigawa Valley

Tokyo > Akiruno

Surrounded by lush green nature, the Akigawa River is a tributary of the Tama River. Flowing through the 20 km long basin, the water from the river is so pristine that you can even make out a fish’s shadow from the top of the bridge with your naked eye. Also, the best time to see the autumn foliage is from mid-November since the red fiery maple contrast beautifully against the yellow ginkgo trees.

Where is it??

Address:
565, Otsu, Akiruno-shi, Tokyo, 190-0174, Japan
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Access:

Take the JR Chuo Ome Line from Tokyo Station to Haijima Station (about 52 minutes). Then hop on the JR Itsukaichi Line at Haijima Station and get off at Musashi Itsukaichi Station (about 20 minutes). Finally, board a bus from Musashi Itsukaichi Station and get off at Jurigi bus stop (about 15 minutes).

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