Nagoya Weather 名古屋の天気
Nagoya, situated on a broad flood plain on the southern coast of central Honshu, is well known for its hot and humid summers, with the heat lasting from July to mid-September. The mercury can rise to well above 35 degrees Centigrade in summer with the town of Tajimi to the north of Nagoya often recording some of the country's highest temperatures in August.
Conversely winters in Nagoya are cold and often dull with the possibility of snow on a couple of days in February.
Escape from the high temperatures can be found in the nearby mountains of Gifu and Nagano prefectures to the north and east or on the low-lying coasts of the Chita Peninsula to the south, where it is possible to swim at such beach resorts as Utsumi.
As in much of the rest of the country, spring and autumn are the best times of the year to visit Nagoya and central Japan with lower temperatures and clearer skies.
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