Expecting summer to come
Everyone who visited in Japan during June has felt it - the gloomy and damp weather, enough to make your clothes literally soaked after a short bicycle ride. The humidity is high - as well as chances for another taifuun to hit Japan.
Summer in Japan is said to begin sometimes in July. The rainy season, called "Tsuyu" lasts entire June. Weather is humid, but hot. However, the peaks in temperature are usually experienced in July and sometimes reach as high as 40.
As waters turn warmer - it's a good chance to have a dip in the Pacific Ocean, or learn to surf. Why don't you take your family to the beach and have a picnic there?