About Momijidani Park
Lovely park with over 200 maple trees and various walking trails. Beautiful in any season, and one of the most famous autumn colour spots in Japan.
Momijidani - meaning Maple Valley - is a park stretching along the Momijidani River at the foot of Mt. Misen. Planted in the Edo Period with over 200 maple trees, these erupt with different colours against the surrounding evergreen forest as each season changes.
The park has several walking trails, some of which form longer hikes to Mt. Misen itself (about 2 hours one way).
For the less active, the most popular trail leads through the park to the Miyajima Ropeway Momijidani Station.