Jingugaien Itcho Festival

Jingu Gaien autumn leaves
Photo by David Ishikawa

At the end of autumn each year, the leaves on the ginkgo trees that line the Icho Namiki avenue of Jingu Shrine outer gardens turn a brilliant yellow.

Of course, there’s nothing to stop you walking along here at any hour of day or night, but if you go between the hours of 10am and 8pm, the sidewalks will be lined with food vendors serving a variety of festival-type food to keep you toasty warm.

Photos courtesy of David Ishikawa

Dates:
Venue: Jingu Gaien Icho Namiki Avenue
Entry: Free
Access: 407 m from Aoyamaitchōme Station Ginza Line (G4)Hanzomon Line (Z3)Oedo Line (E24)
484 m from Gaienmae Station Ginza Line (G3)
0.6 km from Shinanomachi Station Chūō-Sōbu Line (JB27)
Web: http://www.jingugaien-icho...
Link in Japanese
Area: Jingugaien
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3 Responses to “Jingugaien Itcho Festival”

  1. I catch an information this event is cancel…
    Jingugaien Itcho Festival.
    Probably it is caused by the yesterday’s event, Fire accident.
    Check it this site.
    http://www.meijijingugaien.jp/event/ginkgo-festa.php


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