Kyoyo Garden at Nishiyama Park

Beautiful Japanese Garden with autumn leaves

Nishiyama Park in Sabae city, Fukui, was originally built by Manabe Akikatsu, the seventh feudal lord of Sabae Han (domain), who named it 'Kyoyo Valley'. This garden in the park was given the same name, and is called 'Kyoyo Garden', which includes a few Japanese gardens inside the park. In spacious Nishiyama Park, there are about 1,600 maple trees which delight the eyes of visitors every autumn. When I visited here on a weekend in mid November, the autumn leaves festival was being held, but even so there weren't any crowds! Strolling in a beautifully landscaped Japanese garden at the peak of autumn foliage season without crowds is...such a joy that I wouldn't want to tell anybody but the readers of Japan Travel!

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