Not exactly in Tokyo, but not too far either. I took this photo at Katori Shrine in Katori, northern Chiba. The shrine has a long association with martial arts. Read more about it here. (This is not the main shrine; it’s a tiny sub-shrine in the main shrine complex.)
It’s known as higanbana in Japanese; red spider lily in English; Lycoris radiata in Latin.
It’s also referred to as manjusaka (曼珠沙華), based on an old Chinese legend about two elves: Manju guarded the flowers and Saka the leaves, but they could never meet, because the plant never bears flowers and leaves at the same time. They were curious about each other, so they defied the gods’ instructions and arranged a meeting. The gods punished them, and separated them for all eternity.
The flower is currently in full bloom in Tokyo.
There’s more to Tokyo than shrines and temples. This cathedral in Sekiguchi, Bunkyō-ku, is the seat of the Roman-Catholic Archdiocese of Tokyo. It was designed by Kenzo Tange.