日本の気候: The Japanese Climate
The seasons in Japan can be very different depending on where you go.
Cherry tres blossom
Naha (Okinawa): Mid-January
Tokyo: Late March
Sapporo (hokkaido): Early May
Rainy season starts:
Naha: Early May
Sapporo: No rainy season
Winter is sunny and dry on the Pacific coast, but cloudy and snowy on the Sea of Japan coast. Spring is rather short because daily temperatures rise quickly and the season is cut short by the arrival of the rainy season (梅雨), which lasts for about a month and a half. Summer in most parts of Japan is hot and very humid, and almost tropical in some places. Typhoons (台風）make occasional landfalls in summer and early fall.
Temperature, including body temperature, is measured in Celcius.
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