Colored leaves of Garden in Heirin-ji temple.
The temple remains a training ground for monks. The monks can often be seen working in the grounds. The grounds of the temple preserve a stretch of the Musashino woodlands. Animals such as raccoon dogs that are now not often seen in the city are found around the temple. The grounds also provide a roost for a large murder of Japanese crows. The gardens are notable for the maple trees in autumn and the ume blossoms in early spring. The bell, with the ume blossom, was the inspiration for one of Toshi Yoshida's wood block prints *from Wikipedia).
Koyo means red sheet for the color change of the leaves of trees in autumn. This name refers in particular to the leaves of the Japanese maple (momiji) taking a bright red hue.
You can see my video of autumn in Tokyo here:
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From Japanese autumn