The season of summer festivals has come to an end, and it is gradually getting colder in Nagoya: autumn is finally here. Autumn is one of the most beautiful seasons for a visit to Japan, and depending on whom you ask, even better than spring!
While September, the official start of autumn can still be quite hot and humid, temperatures start to drop little by little in October. And in November autumn has really arrived, even in Nagoya which is typically quite warm.
Autumn is the season associated in Japan with autumn foods such as chestnut, sweet potato, mushrooms, and persimmons. And warming dishes like Nabe(the Japanese style hot pot) and Oden(different ingredients boiled in a soy sauce and Dashi based) are back on the menu at Izakaya and at home.
This post is all about the best way to enjoy the season by visiting the most beautiful autumn festivals and unforgettable autumn leaf viewing spots in and around Nagoya.
Between September and November you will find a variety of festivals held in Nagoya, at gardens, shopping streets, and really all around the city.
Here are our top picks of festivals that celebrate the autumn season.
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