The beginning of Japanese summer is marked by tsuyu, the rainy season. The weather during the rainy season is unstable and rain can occur at any time. This season is usually characterized by light and misty rains with high humidity and high temperatures. Japan’s rainy season occurs during the transition from spring into summer. Atmospheric... View tour
One of the most popular timing to visit Tokyo is end of March-beginning of April, the season of cherry blossom blooming. The whole Tokyo turns in a pale pink wonderland and there are numbers of spots where you can enjoy beautiful cherry blossom viewing in Tokyo, called hanami.
New Year, or Oshogatsu, is the most important holiday period in Japan for families to spend time together and keep traditions alive. All around the world, New Year is celebrated with fireworks, countdown and cheers with champagne. In Japan, New Year’s Eve is a quiet and familiar moment. Actually, fireworks in Japan is more of... View tour
After June and rainy season, it’s time for Firework season in Tokyo! From the end of July to August, firework festivals are held almost every weekend in Japan. Japan has been enjoying fireworks since 1549 and Tokyo’s Sumida River was one of the first locations to watch firework displays. Since then, there are many other... View tour
With its charming Sensoji Temple and the enormous red paper lanterns at its entrance, Asakusa is one of the not-to-miss spots in Tokyo. It is an area of Tokyo where you can witness a traditional Japanese atmosphere and is also where many important and popular festivals are held. If you’re traveling in Tokyo during one... View tour
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