If you go to Osaka in July, please be prepared for being very hot. Osaka, like other major Honshu cities, is very hot in July and August. Please be careful as there are many people who get stroke every year. On this page, I will explain about the weather in Osaka in July.
Weather in Osaka in July (overview)
The weather of Osaka is roughly the same as Tokyo. But in summer it is somewhat sultry than Tokyo.
In early July, the rainy season is still on. The rainy season ends roughly around 20th July. Osaka thus enters the summer at the latest in late July.
In summer, the maximum temperature in Osaka exceeds 35 degrees. It is also damp. For this reason it is dangerous to walk outdoors for a long time. There are days when it is dangerous to exercise outside.
I would like you to come to Japan but I can not help being honest that Japan's summer is very hot.
I used to live in Osaka before. From that experience, I think that Osaka is a bit hotter than Tokyo. This has been proved by weather data as well.
The city area in Osaka, except Osaka Castle Park etc., is less green and the asphalt road is getting hot with strong sunlight. If you are going to sightsee in Osaka in July, please be careful not to become a heat stroke.
In the open air, please try to drink water frequently. If possible, from time to time, please rest yourself in the building where the air conditioning worked.
Slightly in the morning, the temperature is low. Also the temperature will go down a little from evening to night. I encourage you to walk outside efficiently at these times.
Osaka weather in early July (2018)
|Maximum temperature (Celsius)||34.8|
|Minimum air temperature||21.7|
|Total precipitation||278.5 mm|
|Fine weather ratio||34%|
Osaka weather in the middle of July (2018)
|Maximum temperature (Celsius)||38.0|
|Minimum air temperature||25.5|
|Total precipitation||0 mm|
|Fine weather ratio||65%|
Osaka weather in late July (2018)
|Maximum temperature (Celsius)||37.5|
|Minimum air temperature||24.0|
|Total precipitation||53.5 mm|
|Fine weather ratio||61%|
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