What to do during the rainy season? 梅雨の日でも楽しめるアクティビティ

Japan in all weathers!

Japan, with its well-defined seasons, has a special period called tsuyu or rainy season, which generally runs from early June to mid-July. During this period, rain is frequent and can last several days or even weeks. However, far from being an inconvenience, rain adds a unique atmosphere to Japanese landscapes and offers an opportunity to discover the country from another angle. Here are a few suggestions for enjoying your stay in Japan despite the rain.

  • Duration : 2 hour
  • Location : Koto City
  • Duration : 3 hour
  • Location : Koka
  • Duration : 2 hour
  • Location : Kyoto
  • Duration : 2 hour
  • Location : Tokyo

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  • Duration : 1 hour
  • Location : Kanazawa
  • Duration : 3 hour
  • Location : Shinjuku City
  • Duration : 3 hour
  • Location : Kyoto
  • Duration : 1 hour
  • Location : Kyoto
  • Duration : 1 hour
  • Location : Kyoto
  • Duration : 1 hour
  • Location : Taito City
  • Duration : 1 hour
  • Location : Kanazawa
  • Duration : 2 hour
  • Location : Tokyo
  • Duration : 3 hour
  • Location : Tokyo
  • Duration : 2 hour
  • Location : Osaka

What's more, the therapeutic properties of onsen are beneficial to both physical and mental health, helping to relieve muscular tension, improve blood circulation and promote relaxation. After a day of sightseeing in the rain, lounging in an onsen revitalizes body and mind, offering a moment of calm and tranquillity in an enveloping environment.

Relaxing in an onsen during the rainy season offers a welcome escape from the humidity outside, while enjoying the therapeutic benefits of these natural hot springs, all in an enchanting and soothing setting.

  • Duration : 1 hour
  • Location : Edogawa City
  • Duration : 1 hour
  • Location : Shibuya City
  • Duration : 1 hour
  • Location : Kanazawa
  • Duration : 2 hour
  • Location : Shinjuku City
  • Duration : 2 hour
  • Location : Chiyoda City

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