If you ask the locals, June is the last month that anyone will recommend visiting Japan. June is the heart of rainy season Japan-wide with the sole exception of Hokkaido.Rainy season is caused by the collision of northern and southern air systems. It produces about six weeks of grey, rainy weather. The exact dates of rainy season vary by year and location. Each year, the Japan Meteorological Agency forecasts these dates for every region of Japan. These dates are centered around June for every region that has a rainy season.The good news is that rainy season isn't nearly so bad as it sounds. The sun does make appearances in June. In Tokyo, 29% of days are sunny in June. Urban life doesn't change much except that everyone carries umbrellas. Tokyo's nightlife doesn't lose any momentum.The other positive aspect of visiting Japan in June is that it's a low season for travel and prices are amongst the lowest of the year. Japanese school children are still in school and attractions aren't nearly as busy as at the height of summer.June has less events than any other month in Japan.
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