Autumn is one of the best seasons to go around the country. Japan is gradually getting milder and more moderate temperatures, ideal to enjoy the Japanese landscapes which are painted with red and gold. It is the season of contemplation of momiji, the maple leaves.
As winter approaches, a frigid chill engulfs the whole of Japan, and while it rarely snows in most of the country's metropolitan areas, the surrounding mountains and northern regions are regularly covered by fresh blankets of powder.
Bundle up and head outside to enjoy snow festivals, skiing, and snowboarding, and relaxing onsen resorts. Winter is in fact one of the best times to experience Japan all for yourself.
Spring is Japan’s most famous season, and is symbolized by the iconic sakura (cherry blossoms), which typically bloom sometime between the second half of March, and the first half of April (sakura bloom schedules, too, vary significantly depending on location).
While the cherry blossom is establishing itself as the iconic flower of Japan, the country is also full of many other varieties of plants that you will find in any Japanese garden or temple grounds to admire a beautiful selection of flowers and plants.
July and August are typically the hottest and most humid times of year. But despite the climate, summer can also be one of the liveliest times to be in Japan. It is full of fireworks, festivals and fun discoveries in the sun.
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