Japanese Seasons.

One of the best things about Japan is the climate.

Japan has all seasons and each one is very distinct. I remember when I lived in Australia and every day felt like summer…

Thanks to this favorable climate, Japan has different customs and cultures for each season.


The Japanese fiscal year starts in April, the beginning of spring.

Gradually the humidity starts to build up and we enter the eventful summer.

The strong wind blows away the heat and we fall back into a cool season.

Finally, the air gets more and more chilly during the morning and nights, and we brace ourselves with warmth for the winter.