Japanese summer has special attributes, and you need to know about the weather before planning the trip. June, July and August are the three strict summer months and kicks off with the local rainy season- tsuyu. So ditch the overcoats and unleash the summer wardrobe collection. The sky remains clear but can get a little cloudy too. Unless you are planning to climb Mount fuji or visit Hokkaido, there is no need to take warm clothes. But a pair of sunglass will be essential along with shorts, T-shirts, sandals, and summer hats. A solid pair of sneakers is going to be the best partner.
Typical summer in japan witnesses the rise of temperature to 35 Degrees Celsius, the sweltering days, and the midsummer days note temperature up to 30 degrees Celcius. Tokyo’s heat is uncomfortable due to the high humidity. The tall building rises to the sky in Tokyo, and the concrete-asphalt on the road makes it more hit. Ground-level has thus higher temperature. Going outside the cool temperature controlled indoors is not always a good idea ta this time. But the clear sky and warm temperature can help you climb mountains that won’t be that cold during the summer.
Season of typhoons
Rethink your decision to visit Japan during the summer as it is also the month f the typhoons. The typical tropical storms usually develop in the north- western Pacific Ocean to bring strong wind and heavy rain. Maximum typhoons develop during the July, August and September months. It can affect your travel plans too. Use the typical folding fans to get some air. Many people wear yukata, a cotton garment that helps people to stay cool. You can get the garment on rental too. Now that you know about the season, you can make plans accordingly.