Is visiting Japan in winter worth the next vacation even if you don’t ski?
There is no reason to miss out on the perfect season to aim for light crowds, the chance of seeing your favorite winter contrasts-snow and historical buildings.
During the winter months, various snow festivals are held in Japan, from traditional to modern-light art. Winter is from December to February in Japan, and the coldest month is generally February.
Not only planning of fun attractions in Japan itinerary, you but also need to know what the winter is like in your destination.
What to pack? What you should concern about?
Japan Winter Basics
Winter In Japan; Facts That You Must Know About Temperature, Snow, Traffics, Health
Things to know about Japanese winter before planning a Japan trip in the winter season. Not only how cold it is but, you should know snowing can mess your itinerary. If you want to enjoy a Japan winter trip to see beautiful snow make-up mountains, Onsen, Japanese gardens, temples, and shrines, you must read this post from the native guide.
Winter Weather Guideline
What You Should Wear For Hokkaido In Winter, Japan
The informative guide on what to pack for the Hokkaido trip in winter vacation. Don't miss the winter wardrobe for traveling to the coldest area in Japan!
Tohoku Winter Travel Guide; Basic Ideas Of Temperatures, Outfits
Check out Tohoku region in Japan located in the north of the main island. Unique culture, beautiful landscape, great Onsen towns. It's cold but Tohoku region is most attractive in winter. Here is the guide about Tohoku's winter, weather, what to wear, and a mini-guide where to visit.
Winter Essentials In Japan; Kanto & Koshin Regions In Winter
Traveling to Japan between December and February? Use this guide to get an idea of what to expect in KANTO (Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Ibaraki, Gunma, Tochigi) and KOSHIN (Yamanashi, Nagano) regions in WINTER.
The Quick Guide Of Tokyo's Winter; Winter Basics In Tokyo For Women
Check out Weather, Clothing, and Travel Tips in Tokyo during the winter season (Dec - Feb) in each month. Packing List for travel divas! Tokyo winter is moderate cold and also very dry! Read this post to get some ideas for your packing!
Winter Essentials For The Central "Chubu" Region; Tokai Area, Shizuoka, Nagano
Choosing the right winter outfits for your Japan travel to keep you warm but adjustable layers. The central region in the main island is quite large so winter outfits differ depends on your itinerary. In this post, you can see average temperatures in each prefecture and ultimate winter essentials tips!
Japan Winter Travel Guide; Hokuriku Region And Niigata Prefecture
Winter in Japan, do you want to what's like? In this guide, you can know about the details of the Hokuriku region (Toyama, Ishikawa, Fukui) and Niigata prefectures in the winter season.
What To Wear Guide; Kiniki Region In Winter
Kinki/Kansai Region is probably the place you will visit because of home to Kyoto and Osaka. Japan in winter is cold, but climates are so different from region to region. In this post, you can know what to pack for your Japan trip to especially Kinki/Kansai region.
Chugoku Region In Winter
Traveling to the Chugoku region in winter? Chugoku region is easy to access from Osaka, on the Shinkansen line. Great seafood and rich nature. Winter on the Seto inland seaside is almost the same cold as Tokyo, a little chilly but not like Hokkaido and Tohoku region. But when visiting, Shimane and Tottori facing the sea of Japan, you need to pack heavy winter essentials. Read this post to find out further what the winter like in the Chugoku region.
Shikoku Region In Winter
Winter Vacation Plan For Traveling Japan; Shikoku Region is an island located southwest of the main island, Japan. Relatively, the mild winter. Weather averages and tips for winter essentials and get inspiration from the Shikoku region's winter.
Kyushu Has Complex Winter
Misunderstanding? Kyushu In Japan Is Really The Tropical Winter?
Kyushu is the big island in the south of the main island in Japan. South? The Winter Weather is wonderfully warm and sunny, you won't have to wear a puffer coat...If you believe it in that way, you really need to read this post. Kyushu has a complex climate throughout the island, you really need to know what the temperature like when planning to Kyushu trip. Some places are as cold as the Tohoku region, and other places are enough warm to escape Japan's cold winter.
Where Is The Warm Destination In Japan’s Winter
Warmer Places In Japan; The Weather Guide For Winter Wimps
Insider tips To help winter wimps find the locale that best suits your winter vacation where you can avoid freak-out coldness and snow chaos which can ruin your itinerary. Looking for a warm winter destination in Japan can be hard; if you think it is cold below 10 ℃/50 F even in the daytime, Japan's winter is cold except for a few places. Read this post and determine whether you want to visit Japan in winter or compromise to visit those warmer places in this post.
Japanese Winter Tradition
Kurisumasu Traditions; Things The Japanese Do On Christmas Season
Christmas is in the air! Despite it isn’t a national holiday in Japan, the Japanese have created very unique Christmas traditions. What's Christmas Like in Japan? Let me share Japanese Kurisumasu!
Japanese Calligraphy And Kakizome; Things You Want To Know
How facts about Japanese calligraphy can be a part of your life? Japanese calligraphy called Shodo (or Kakikata) can improve focus and concentration, calm and clear your mind, and can help increase self-confidence-giving you Zen inspiration. Indeed, I can feel the same sensations after practicing meditation/ Yoga. Kakizome is basically drawing New Year's resolution as one of Japanese New Year's traditions. In this article, I'll tell you the purpose of Japanese calligraphy and how to start Shodo with the basics.
The Ultimate Guide; Learn Japanese New Year's Traditions in 11 Easy Steps
If you are interested in Japanese culture, you can't miss how Japanese people celebrate New Year's Day. From ancient years, the event of welcoming to the coming year has been very important for Japanese people, each thing is related to Japanese Buddhism and Shintoism. Even though the real meanings of each thing has been loosing for modern people, yet they still enjoy New Year's Day. In this site, I will explain traditional things how the Japanese welcome the New Year.
High Japan Travel Season, BUT You Will Miss Japanese Traditional & Cultural Experiences By NOT TRAVELLING In Those Seasons
Traveling to Japan? Do you know the Japanese high seasons? Cherry blossoms, sure. There are several high reasons that you have a hard time traveling around due to the crowd, and not so friendly for your budget. However, it will still worth seeing Japanese tradition, beauty and uniqueness in Japan. If you want to have authentic Japanese experiences, you should read this why you should travel to Japan even in high seasons.