When’s the best time to visit Japan? It’s beautiful all year-round. But once the calendar flips to September, a wave of rustling koyo (‘colorful leaves’) starts to sweep the country. This ‘koyo front’—Japan’s autumn equivalent to the cherry blossom season—starts up north in Hokkaido, before moving southward to the Kansai region. Experience the best
Fall is a great time to escape the dull gray of the city. Add some color to your life (and Instagram feed) at Korea’s National Parks this season!
Once a year in the autumn, Mt. Liushishi turns into a sea of gold. Catch the fleeting beauty of the daylily when you head to Hualien, Taiwan this season!