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Autumn leaves are changing in various parts of Karuizawa; the best time to see them is during the three-day weekend from late October to November.

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The autumn leaves are currently in full bloom in various parts of Karuizawa, and many places are crowded with people. The best time to see autumn leaves this year is during the three-day weekend from late October to November.

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The autumn leaves are currently in full bloom in various parts of Karuizawa, and many places are crowded with people.

Kumoba Pond (Karuizawa, Karuizawa Town) is a famous spot for autumn leaves near Roppontsuji. You can walk around it in about 20 minutes. The scenery created by seasonal plants and birds is a delight to the eye, and the area is crowded with tourists and local residents who come to enjoy the autumn leaves every year. Around the pond, maple trees, Quercus oaks, Quercus oaks, and Japanese elms turn yellow and red, and visitors take photos of their reflections in the pond. Until November 12th, shuttle buses will also be running between Karuizawa Station and Roppontsuji/Kumobaike.

The leaves at Shiraito Falls (Karuizawa Nagakura) are also beginning to turn autumn. It is called ``Shiraito Falls'' because the underground water that takes 6 years to flow from the rain that falls on Mt. Asama looks like white threads when it falls 3 meters high and 70 meters wide. It is said that it became Autumn leaves can be seen all around the waterfall from the walking path to the waterfall.

Karuizawa Taliesin (Nagakura) is a comprehensive resort facility centered around Lake Shiozawa that includes museums, entertainment facilities, restaurants, shops, and more. You can enjoy the autumn leaves while taking a leisurely stroll along the lake and riding a boat. A Halloween event is also being held until October 29th.

The autumn leaves are in full bloom around Harunire Terrace, Village Shokudo, and Tombo no Yu in the Karuizawa Hoshino area (Hoshino). There is also a ``Autumn Leaves Library'' where you can read books on bookshelves and deck chairs in the plaza. At the Keraike Skating Rink, which is adjacent to Karuizawa Wild Bird Forest, you can enjoy skating while enjoying the autumn leaves.

You can stroll around the vast grounds of Karuizawa Prince Hotel (Karuizawa) while looking at the autumn leaves of various trees.

Along the Yukawa River adjacent to the supermarket TSURUYA Karuizawa Store (Nagakura), you can take a stroll along the path to Yukawa Furusato Park, where you can enjoy viewing the autumn leaves while shopping.

The area near Tsuruya Ryokan in Old Karuizawa Ginza is also crowded with tourists every year. After the leaves fall, roads and grounds covered with maple trees are known to look like red carpets.

On the grounds of Karuizawa Common Grounds, which opened this spring, maples and maples are turning autumn leaves.

The best time to see autumn leaves this year is during the three-day weekend from late October to November.

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