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Weather in Japan – The Best Seasons to Travel

So you decided to venture in Japan and experience its culture, there are things that need to be considered in order to make your venture easier, smoother, and less confusing when visiting a country thats different from yours and cannot communicate due to a language barrier. This article will cover mostly the weather.

Senshu Park in Akita

Senshu Park in Akita City in Spring and Summer

If ever you find yourself in Akita City, Senshu Park (千秋公園)deserves to be near the top of your sightseeing list. Built on the ruins of Kubota Castle, home of the first lord of Akita, Kubota Han, the park is still a major location for tourists and locals alike.

Seasonal Things to Do in Japan

Seasonal Things to Do in Japan

Japan is a country that is proud of having its four seasons. It is also a country where temporary is a way of living. So, in order to enjoy fully each season without missing anything, let's see what are the seasonal things one can do or experience in Japan.

Nagano's Bank of Deities – Timeless Reflections

In English, it means ‘Bank of Deities’. Though not as popular as the famous ‘Takato Castle’, Rokudō no Tsutsumi is arguably the better option for your ‘hanami’ or flower viewing party in the spring time. And, though access is granted all year round, it is in spring that this small and seemingly insipid pond really shines.

Plum Blossoms vs. Cherry Blossoms

What some may not be aware of, however, are the equally beautiful but less famous Japanese plum blossoms! Plum blossoms, like cherry blossoms are a signal for the beginning of spring, and though they are often overshadowed by the popular cherry blossoms, the flowers are stunning in their own right. Though they are similar in some ways they are also quite different in appearance, variations and blooming period.

Enjoying the Four Seasons in Japan

Each prefecture in Japan may have their own uniqueness of how they enjoy each season, such as certain festivals in a particular prefecture, however, each season throughout the country promises joviality and exciting Japanese culture experiences travelers can't find anywhere else.

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