It’s certainly winter.
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And just like that, winter had come. The Japanese cultural calendar places a lot of importance on the vibrant changes between seasons.
We do love a reason to dress up, don’t we? October was barely creeping in between the cracks of September before the Halloween things started littering the department shops like a neglectful orange mould.
The summer holidays are over, and so technically is the summer itself, but fun in the sun continues across Japan this month.
And so, the summer holidays come quietly to a close. It’s been an odd one this year, with typhoons ravaging the coast and ruining travel plans, and only brief spurts of intense sunshine in between.
The summer holidays are here. Now is the time to travel, and the weather couldn’t be better for it. The sun is out, the storms well and truly behind us, and temperatures creep up into the thirties each day.
The rainy season, though only just beginning, has been surprisingly merciful.
There’s a storm coming. Japan’s annual rainy season is upon us after only the smallest hint of sunny, summery skies.
April isn’t a big month for games. Not usually. Everyone is just too busy.
Spring has finally sprung, after a tentatively snowy closing of winter that shut down much of the country.
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