Rainy days in Tokyo

If you’re planning a trip to Tokyo, Japan, chances are you’ll experience some rainy days. Japan’s rainy season typically lasts from early June to mid-July, and sometimes continues on through September. But don’t let the rain dampen your spirits! Tokyo offers plenty of indoor activities to keep you entertained on a rainy day.

First on the list is visiting some of Tokyo’s world-renowned museums. The Tokyo National Museum in Ueno Park is the oldest and largest museum in Japan, showcasing a variety of historical and cultural artifacts. The Ghibli Museum is also a must-see for anime fans, featuring the work of Studio Ghibli, including beloved films such as Spirited Away and My Neighbor Totoro.

Another great way to spend a rainy day in Tokyo is to explore the city’s many shopping centers and department stores. The massive Shinjuku Isetan and Shibuya 109 are just a few examples of the many indoor shopping destinations in Tokyo. Visitors can easily spend hours perusing the latest fashion and unique Japanese souvenirs.

Lastly, consider taking advantage of the rainy weather to indulge in some relaxing activities. Visit one of Tokyo’s many hot springs or indoor baths, or settle in to a cozy cafĂ© with a good book and a cup of Japan’s famous green tea.

If you’re planning to stay in Tokyo for an extended period of time, renting a furnished apartment can be a convenient and cost-effective option. Check out Tokyo furnished apartments in KaguAruoo for a variety of rental options throughout the city, including in popular expat neighborhoods such as Roppongi and Shinjuku.