Icho Namiki, Japan
Though Tokyo's summer is also pleasantly green, it's known for its gorgeous fall foliage. While there are lots of spots to catch the leaves changing, Icho Namiki Avenue is one of most renowned. Dubbed "Gingko Avenue," this street is known for its vibrant Gingko trees that turn a highly saturated shade of yellow when the temperature starts to drop.
Icho Namiki Avenue draws thousands of tourists during the fall season. These bright trees line the sidewalks making for more than a couple picturesque Instagram photos. The fallen leaves can even look like Dorthy's infamous yellow brick road if you catch the street at the height of the foliage season.