Japan’s winter season is December through February. Big cities such as Tokyo and Osaka generally experience short winters with cold but sunny days and occasional snowfall. It’s time to experience a new journey in Japan!
Japan’s winterIs the season for a cooler climate and snowy in December through February. Big cities such as Tokyo and Osaka generally experience short winters with cold but beautiful sunny days and occasional snowfall. It’s time to experience a new journey in Japan!
Japan is over 70% mountainous, boasts over 500 ski resorts and receives some of the world’s most reliable snowfall thanks to icy winds blowing in across the sea from Siberia. All this considered, it’s pretty much the most epic snowsports location in the universe. So come to Ski or just tour around. See Mt Fuji in all its Glory, Snow Capped.
You will also visit Asakusa Kannon Temple, Nakamise Arcade, Tokyo Sky Tree (Photo Stop), Ueno Ameyoko Arcade, Ginza on your journey around Japan.
SakeTry some Sake. Japan’s native rice wine (known as nihonshu in Japanese), and comes in a huge variety of types and qualities. Drink it hot or cold, but do try some, it will surely warm you up – hiccup!
Hot SpringsIt may be a bit cold, So try Hot springs (or onsen as they are known in Japanese) are an integral part of Japanese culture. There are resorts dedicated to onsen bathing up and down the country. Ranging from traditional cedar-paneled bathhouses to huge, themed hot spring complexes where you can bathe in red wine or milk and honey.
Rug up!If you are not used to the cooler climate, ensure you rug up, to avoid the chills. It can be a bit chilly at times, but that’s half the fun when you experience a new adventure. Smile and enjoy life!