Weather in Okayama. Actual conditions and forecast

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Map of Okayama temperature forecast

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Rain forecast for Okayama area

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More to see in Okayama
Okayama is ready to delight families with a variety of entertainment centers, picturesque parks, and interesting places to walk. One of their favorite spots among active tourists is Nichioji Shizen no Mori Sports. The park can be visited at any time of the year, it is well-groomed and very big. Here you will find artificial lakes and many sports grounds. This park is also popular among vacationers with small kids, as it provides a lot of free space for walking and active games. Those who like to walk around quiet scenic places will like Higashiyama Park. This is another picturesque park with many fountains and exotic plants. Beautiful playgrounds with slides and swings are equipped for children here. Visitors to the park can look for many interesting monuments and structures, which can possibly turn into a fascinating activity. Those who want to explore picturesque places with a family and take beautiful memorable pictures should go to Saidaiji Ryokka Park together with kids. It is one of the most original parks in town offering lots of beautiful ponds, comfortable walkways and bridges. Here you can admire beautiful trees and ornamental plants, as well as see many interesting landscape decorations made of stone. In the vicinity of the city, there is amazing Okayama South Village, a farm popular with family vacationers in the warm season. This farm grows strawberries, grapes, as well as many other berries and fruits. Besides that, many interesting historic buildings … Read further

Okayama guide chapters

Okayama for children - what to visit

In Okayama, nature lovers are also presented with a wide choice of interesting places to explore. Together with school-age children, it'd be nice to go for a walk in Nishigawa Canal Park. This is one of the most interesting city parks whose visitors can admire beautiful waterfalls, a canal system, interesting monuments, and many huge trees. Without leaving the city, its guests can find themselves surrounded by … Open

Shopping, streets and outlets

People go to Okayama AEON in search of high-quality clothes and shoes, accessories and toys for children, as well as cosmetics and perfumes. Ladies should pay special attention to the stores offering Japanese cosmetics, which is always attractively priced here. The mall also has some pretty unusual shops like Haremachi Tokku located on the fifth floor. Here you can buy beautiful Japanese-style clothes or choose … Open

Advices for travellers

10. Travelers who are planning to rent a car should remember about left-hand traffic in Japan. Local drivers are careful, but the problem of traffic jams remains relevant. 11. Tipping for restaurant and taxi services are not officially accepted. A small service fee of up to 10% can be included in the bill only in some restaurants operating on the grounds of large hotels. 12. Summers in Okayama are always … Open

Travel guide to Okayama

A wonderful place for walking is the Tottori Square, which is located near the railway station. This square is remarkable for the fact that next to it there are several interesting old buildings of different periods. Here you can also see beautiful symbolic monuments. The monumental clock adorned with an original sculptural composition is of particular interest. A tour of the Old Residence of Samurai of … Open

Traditions and mentality of Okayama

Politeness is another feature of a national character that becomes noticeable from the first days in the city. In shops and other public institutions, sellers and managers will surely smile at the customer and greet him or her with a traditional bow. In the streets and other public places, you won't see people having heated conversations. If you happen to travel by public transport, you can notice that all young … Open

Cuisine and top restaurants

It's hardly possible to imagine traditional Japanese cuisine without sushi and sashimi, a huge selection of which is offered in Azumazushi Sansute Restaurant. Here you can try traditional sushi with redfish and shrimp, as well as exclusive sushi with sea urchin caviar. Tourists appreciate the restaurant for affordable prices - even the rarest and finest seafood is attractively priced here. Ippudo Restaurant … Open

Climate in Japan and weather forecast - best seasons for visit

Due to the fact that Japan extends from north to south, the climatic conditions on the various islands differ very much from each other. Therefore, a quite harsh climate prevails in Hokkaido. In winter, the air temperature here drops to -20°C. On the other hand, the temperature reaches 30°C in summer. Honshu and Shikoku are dominated by a milder climate due to subtropical latitudes. It is quite warm here during the winter; the air temperature is about 5-7°C during the day. The humidity of the air is very high, in some cases reaching 100 in the warm season. … Open

Atmosphere of Japan: religion and languages

The religious situation in the Land of the Rising Sun is fairly homogeneous. Most believers consider themselves to be either Buddhists or Shintoists. At the same time, a sufficiently large percentage of Japanese believers can simultaneously classify themselves as belonging to these two religious denominations. According to last year’s census, about 92% of the total population consider themselves to be Buddhists or Shinto. The national religion in Japan has been formed for quite a long period. The ancient Japanese firmly believed in the existence of spirits, in magic, and in the magical properties of totems. Up till now, these mythological things are significant for many. In addition, the Japanese have a rather mystical idea of ​​the world of the ancients. They therefore strive to spiritualize any nonliving force. Only according to the basic principles of Shintoism, does each object have its own soul, including stones and objects. The main spiritual principle for every believer should be the desire for unity with nature. The peculiarity of this religious trend is the absence of any specific distinction between good and evil in their scriptures. … Open

Weather in the region of Okayama

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