The rainy season has started in Tokyo. But so far - touch wood - it is a lot less strenous than usually. Look at the weather forecast. For a rainy season, we certainly are getting a lot of sun.
I have written before about how Japan has five seasons, with the exception of Hokkaido and Okinawa. Five seasons means the usual ones plus the rainy season.
Planning For A Rainy Day
When it rains in Japan, it can really pour. Tokyo is not like southwestern Japan, where they can get a hundred millimeters in a day. You had better plan for some activities when the weather is bad.
Although today is fine, and we plan to go to the park before lunch. But tomorrow looks like a good day for a museum visit.
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