Select what type of activities you like to do, the cities and activities that will be proposed on the map will then be adapted to your tastes.
You like going to cities that have a soul and like old monuments, but you also enjoy nature and old sites outside modern cities.
Paintings, sculpture, litterature, music, architecture, cinema, you like everything that gives emotion and enjoy discovering more of these.
During the day you need to chill so going to the beach is a good option.
A trip is better when you can have fun and meet new people!
You like to stay in the same place during your trip and like to explore it fully.
Going from place to place is too exhausting!
Sports is part of your DNA and your thing is skiing or snowboarding, because there's nothing better than the mountains under some soft snow!
You need a place with snow and open ways so you can practice your art.
You're always looking for the best spots to practice your passion.
Walking rhymes with a healthy lifestyle, and it's even better when you can do it in astoudishing landscapes. You are then one with nature.
A good trip means some good treks and some time to relax and charming villages.
You like moving from places to places, but enjoy staying in a good place for a while, as long as there are a good spot to spend the night. (TODO ask if stay in hotel or in car/van so we'll look for camping car spots)
Your traveling style
Things to do
Weather history - Japan
Temperature min: -13°C
Temperature max: 38°C
Best time to go
Cities in Japan
Regions in Japan
Popular activities in Japan
Electric socket type : 110V
The best period to visit Japan is in March and April. Spring is also the season of the Sakura (cherry blossoms), which makes it the perfect time to get the best iconic scenes of Japan. Summer (June to August) is also quite frequented but the rain season in June and July and the hot and humid climate is not ideal. Fall (September to November) offers better conditions to visit Japan and is the period of the momiji, meaning red leaf as mapple leaves are turning red, creating beautiful scenes. Winter in Japan is cold but you can enjoy skiing or a hot bath in the onsen.
Currency: Japanese yen (¥)
Tipping waiters and bartenders in Japan is considered as not customary