Looking up into a tree at Tokyo’s Shinjuku Gyoen Park.

Shinjuku Gyoen Park is 144 acres of lush gardens in a trio of designs—Japanese, English, and French. A variety of ponds, open spaces, and groves of majestic trees abound. Perhaps the most celebrated feature is the park’s collection of cherry trees. During their spectacular spring blooming, visitors practice hanami, or ‘flower viewing,’ a Japanese custom of ‘enjoying the transient beauty of flowers.’ And judging by the shot here, autumn also brings its abundant share of delights at Shinjuku Gyoen.