Japan has four seasons, Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. Each season has a different climate. That is why visitors can enjoy different flowers, festival and sports based on the different.

  • Spring ~ Sakura × Foodies

    One of the most popular events is seeing Sakura, Cherry Blossoms.
    Japan’s large north-south extension from southern island of Okinawa to northern island of Hokkaido so that people can mainly see them from late January to late May in each district.

  • Summer ~ Fireworks × River Cruise

    Many festivals are held all over the country. People can enjoy seeing a variety of festival like Gion Matsuri (Gion Festival) in Kyoto and so on. In addition, this season is good for outdoor leisure so that people can enjoy several outdoor sports.

  • Autumn ~ Autumn Leaves × Outdoor

    It’s one of the popular activities to view colorful autumn leaves (Koyo) in Japan. The Koyo let the view be a magnificent art. Today, large numbers of travelers go to famous Koyo spots both in the mountains and in the cities.

  • Winter ~ Onsen × Snow Viewing

    The snow season in some districts of Japan is long and it begins from early November and lasts around May. The locations offering snow experiences are accessible from the major cities like Tokyo, Osaka and Sapporo.