Summer in Japan can be divided into 3 main consecutive phases:
- the raining season, called tsuyu, from beginning of June to mid-July, happened to be very rainy, yet without being a monsoon;
- a very humid and warm period in July and August, sometimes hard to withstand for some people;
- and an end of summer, more pleasant, where it's still warm with humidity decreasing.
Anyway, the summer season shows a unique and inimitable atmosphere that it is interesting to experience.