There are four rich seasons in Japan. The Japanese carried out agriculture in accordance with the change in the four seasons, and when the rice grows abundantly, we did a festival and thanked God. In this cycle of the four seasons, various unique cultures have developed. I would like to introduce to you the life style and culture of the Japanese who have nurtured with nature.
Living with grace from rich seasons
There is a clear seasonal change in Japan. Summer is very hot, but the heat does not last forever. The temperature gradually declines and the leaves of trees turn red and yellow. Eventually a tough winter will come. People withstand the cold and wait for warm spring to come. This seasonal change has had a big impact on the lives and culture of the Japanese people. The situation varies depending on the area. On this page, I will introduce the outline of the four seasons and living in Japan. Table of Contents1 About seasonal change in Japan2 Shogatsu in Winter3 Hanami in Spring4 Obon in Summer5 Momijigari in Autumn6 Christmas in Winter About seasonal change in Japan Mt Fuji with snow in winter at lake Kawaguchiko Japan -Shutterstock There is less traffic at the spots, giving individuals who brave the cold a personal encounter of the famous websites of Japan. In Japan, January - following the New Year's vacation - marks a time to hit the skiing slopes. Feb marks the beginning of season in Japan. Aboveground, on the northern and central islands of Japan, Feb is the coldest month of Japan. March is to visit Japan, thanks to heating temperatures and the beginning of the blossom season that is anticipated. By month areas of Japan will begin to see blooms signaling hanami's celebration. This is a very festive and cheerful moment to be in Japan and a terrific way to encounter one of that the country's most social traditions. April's rising temperatures also increase ...
If you are traveling in Japan in the winter, what type of trip is best? If you have never experienced a cold winter, I would recommend Hokkaido first. Next, I recommend the Tohoku region and some Chubu regions. On the other hand, in urban areas such as Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, you will be able to enjoy sightseeing trips as well as other seasons without suffering from snow. On this page, I will introduce the tourist spots I recommend especially in winter. Table of Contents1 Enjoy Japan in December, January, February2 Snowy mountain: Experience skiing and snow boating3 Large cities in Hokkaido and Tohoku : Enjoy snow festivals and more!4 Traditional Japanese snow scenery: Shirakawago etc.5 Drift Ice in cold sea: Abashiri, Shiretoko etc.6 Experience Onsen (Hot Spring) in the world of snow7 Experience the winter life in Japan Enjoy Japan in December, January, February I gathered articles for each month on Japanese winter. If you want to know such details, please look at the slide below and click the month you are planning to visit. If you want to know what kind of clothes the Japanese are wearing in winter, I also wrote articles that introduced it, so visit the page if you do not mind. From here on, I will introduce the tourist spots you would like to recommend when traveling Japan in winter. I added a lot of videos and images on this page, so if you do not mind, please look at them and enjoy the atmosphere of winter in Japan. ...
If you are traveling Japan in spring (March, April, May), what can you enjoy? On this page, I would like to introduce what kind of things are popular in the spring of Japan travel. In spring, you can watch a lot of flowers such as cherry blossoms in Japan. The Japanese archipelago is very long in the north and south, so the times when flowers bloom are quite different in the south and the north. I recommend you to check the itinerary to find out where the flowers are blooming when you travel. Table of Contents1 Recommended for traveling in Japan in December, January, February2 "HANAMI" Enjoy watching cherry blossoms3 Other flowers such as Shiba cherry tree4 Snowy scenery to enjoy in spring Recommended for traveling in Japan in December, January, February I gathered articles for each month on Japanese spring. If you want to know such details, please look at the slide below and click the month you are planning to visit. If you want to know what kind of clothes the Japanese are wearing in spring, I also wrote articles that introduced it, so visit the page if you do not mind. On this page, I would like to specifically tell you what you can enjoy when you come to Japan in spring. "HANAMI" Enjoy watching cherry blossoms Cherry blossom petals falling down on the streaming water. Hirosaki Castle, Japan = Shutterstock Tokyo Crowd enjoying Cherry blossoms festival in Ueno Park = Shutterstock For the trip to Japan in the spring, I ...
Summer in Japan is very hot. However, there are traditional summer festivals and large fireworks festivals in Japan. If you go further to Hokkaido and Honshu mountains, you will be greeted with wonderful meadow flowers. Surprisingly beautiful beaches are also attractive. On this page, I will introduce you how to enjoy the summer in Japan. Table of Contents1 Recommended for traveling in Japan in June, July, August2 Enjoy the summer festivals in Japan3 Relaxing in Hokkaido or Honshu Plateau4 Spend time at the beautiful beaches of Okinawa5 Things to watch out for when visiting Japan in the summer6 Recommended Videos Recommended for traveling in Japan in June, July, August I gathered articles for each month on Japanese summer. If you want to know such details, please look at the slide below and click the month you are planning to visit. If you want to know what kind of clothes the Japanese are wearing in summer, I also wrote articles that introduced it, so visit the page if you do not mind. From here on, I will introduce the tourist spots you would like to recommend when traveling Japan in summer. I added a lot of videos and images on this page, so if you do not mind, please look at them and enjoy the atmosphere of summer in Japan. Enjoy the summer festivals in Japan This is a movie of fireworks festival held in Miyajima, Hiroshima Prefecture every August. There are so many festivals in Japan in the summer. In the festival, some of ...
If you are going to travel Japan in the fall, what kind of trip is the most fun? In Japan, autumn is the most comfortable season in line with spring. The mountains of the Japanese archipelago are dyed red or yellow depending on autumn colors. Agricultural crops are harvested in autumn and delicious meals can be enjoyed. On this page, I would like to introduce recommended places if you are traveling in Japan. Recommended for traveling in Japan in September, October, November I gathered articles for each month on Japanese autumn. If you want to know such details, please look at the slide below and click the month you are planning to visit. If you want to know what kind of clothes the Japanese are wearing in autumn, I also wrote articles that introduced it, so visit the page if you do not mind. Traditional cities such as Kyoto and Nara are beautiful If you are considering traveling in Japan in the fall, I recommend you go to a traditional city like Kyoto or Nara first. There are many temples and shrines in such a town. Many of these sights are more beautiful in autumn in autumn. You will be able to refresh while you are walking around the temple and the shrine. It is around the second half of November that autumn leaves can be seen in major Japanese cities. At that time especially in Kyoto, domestic and foreign tourists come and the famous shrines and temples are very crowded everywhere. If you ...
When do you plan to travel to Japan?
In Japan, the atmosphere changes greatly depending on spring, summer, autumn and winter.
Therefore, I recommend that you investigate what environment Japan is in when you travel to Japan.
Here, I intend to introduce every month how Japan is in the transition of the four seasons.
First of all, please select the season in which you are interested from the above image and visit the page.
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Bon KUROSAWA I have long worked as a senior editor for Nihon Keizai Shimbun (NIKKEI) and currently work as an independent web writer. At NIKKEI, I was the editor-in-chief of the media on Japanese culture. Let me introduce a lot of fun and interesting things about Japan. Please refer to this article for more details.