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Rainy season in Japan

  • Jul 14, 2015
  • by Alina

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The rainy season or ‘tsuyu’ (plum rain) in Japan has come to an end. 6 weeks of rain are now long gone and we can all prepare for the incredibly hot weather of the summer.

But is the rainy season really that bad?
First of all let’s make one thing clear: there is no bad time to visit Japan.
Traveling during the rainy season might save you some money, since prices are significantly cheaper comparing to August, when the Obon holidays are happening.

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Although the weather is pretty unstable during this period and it can rain every day, there is still a great variety of things to do and to enjoy in Japan. Umbrellas, rain coats and plastic trousers can be purchased at any convenience store in Japan so you won’t have to bring them with you.

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Without the rain, we would definitely not be able to see the famous beautiful green rice fields of Japan, nor the flowers that bloom during this season, especially the beautiful Hydrangea flowers.

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The “ajisai”, Hydrangea viewing is one of the most popular activities during the rainy season.
A great place to see the flowers bloom is Kotoku-in, in Kamakura. Kotoku-in is a buddhist temple renowned for its Great Buddha, a 13.35 meters tall monumental outdoor bronze statue, the second tallest in Japan. The statue is hollow, and visitors can view the interior.

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To keep the rain away and bring sunny weather, Japanese hand-make dolls out of white paper or cloth and hang them outside or by their window.
These dolls are called ‘teru teru bōzu’ which literally means “shine shine monk.”

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