If you’re planning on visiting Japan soon, you’re no doubt wondering what the weather’s like and what clothes to bring! Here we’ll show you exactly what people are wearing right now and what Tokyo’s weather will be for the coming week.
Tokyo’s been so cold! Be prepared for lower temperatures!
The north wind has been blowing through Tokyo, leaving the city in cold! Temperatures are hovering just around the 10°C (50°F) mark for much of the week.
Check out what to bring and wear!
If you’re planning on visiting Japan soon, you’ll want to consider bringing the following items, or buying them soon after you’ve landed.
１）Scarf is a must
"I can’t go outside without a scarf. I make sure it’s nice and snug around me so the wind won’t get me chilly.” When watching the people going around town, most of the women are wearing scarves!
"Boots are needed to keep legs warm – together with thicker tights. Going with bare feet is absolutely impossible." In this season, you can find warm winter tights on the first floor of most department stores!
３）Keep yourself warm with food – like nabe!
“On cold days like these, having something warm to drink really helps keep my spirits up.” Nabe hot pots are a popular way for Japanese to keep warm in winter. We made a video about this interesting cultural point as well!
SANRUI building B1,26-3, Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0042
Shibuya Station （JR Shonan Shinjuku Line / JR Yamanote Line / JR Saikyo Line / Tokyo Metro Ginza Line / Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line / Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line / Tokyu Toyoko Line / Tokyu Den-en-toshi Line / Keio Inokashira Line）
- Phone Number 03-5728-7599
- Address SANRUI building B1,26-3, Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0042
This week’s forecast
* Source: Japan Meteorological Agency website
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