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Japan in July
Written by Akshaya Manoharan on April 17, 2023 Share on

Japan in July

The whole of Japan tourism is a pure invention. Japan in July is the beginning of summer and the rainy season. The city is filled with nothing but love and joy. Japan is a great place to visit at any time of the year. Once you visit Japan, you can only leave physically because your heart and soul remain. The country is a personification of modern love, which is both rooted and contemporary. Discover the rich cultural heritage and breathtaking landscapes of Japan with our all-inclusive Japan tour package. Below are some of the things you must note if you are planning to visit Japan in July. 

July Weather in Japan

Depending on the region, Japan in July is hot and muggy with temperatures ranging from 25 to 32 degrees Celsius (77 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit). Early July typically marks the end of the rainy season and the arrival of sunny days and clear skies. Typhoons can still strike during this month, bringing with them powerful winds and a lot of rain. If you’re traveling during this time, it’s critical to keep up with local weather reports and any potential typhoons.

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 Japan’s July events and festivals

  1. Gion Matsuri: Held in Kyoto every July, this is one of Japan’s most famous festivals. It features colorful parades, traditional music and dance performances, and delicious food stalls. The main events take place on July 17th and 24th, but there are also many other activities and events leading up to the festival.
  2. Tenjin Matsuri: This festival takes place in Osaka on July 24th and 25th and is one of Japan’s top three festivals. It features a lively river procession with boats, traditional music and dance performances, and a spectacular fireworks display.
  3. Sumida River Fireworks Festival: Held on the last Saturday in July, this is one of Tokyo’s biggest and most popular fireworks festivals. The fireworks are launched over the Sumida River, creating a stunning display of colors and shapes in the night sky.
  4. Sendai Tanabata Matsuri: This festival takes place in Sendai from August 6th to 8th and features colorful paper decorations hung from bamboo poles. There are also traditional music and dance performances, food stalls, and a parade.
  5. Hakata Gion Yamakasa: Held in Fukuoka in early July, this festival features men racing through the streets carrying large floats decorated with colorful tapestries. The floats are carried through the city to various shrines, where they are blessed for the coming year.

​​Average Expenses for a Trip to Japan in July 

ExpenseEstimated Cost (INR)
Round-trip flight₹60,000 – ₹1,10,000
Accommodation (hotel)₹7,000 – ₹22,000 per night

Japan is a great destination that definitely needs to be explored at least once in your lifetime. If you are visiting Japan in July make sure to take raincoats and umbrellas as it may also rain. This way, you can avoid the hindrance and enjoy the experience.

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