Japan is one of the far longhaul destination for the Brits. Japan holidays are not cheap, so it is curitial to find good discount for your travel costs from a tour operator. Lollipop holidays site mostly covers on the beach holidays but there is a Japan travel page as well.
Weather and Climate for your Holiday Plans:
wet summer: If you spent the winter In Japan, you'd
probably prefer to stay on the eastern side
of the country. The winters here tend to be
clear, dry and mild. Winters on the western
side of the country are much more fierce.
The people who live here have to wrap up
warm to protect themselves against bitterly
cold winds blowing In from Russia and heavy
snows. Japan 's summers can be very wet,
with many rainy days. In late summer, Japan
Is often hit by revolving tropical storms known as
typhoons. Typhoon winds can blow a t up to 200km
per hour (that's over one and half times quicker
than cars can travel on the motorwayl) and can
cause a lot of damage to buildings.
Yokohama, where some of native Japanese people live, is a port on the east coast of Honshu.
In June, it rains almost every day.You have to wear plastic shoes
and a raincoat to keep dry when you go out. When it has been
raining a lot, the streets are filled with puddles, which are fun to
splash around in. Sometimes the winds are very strong.Then it
can be difficult to walk and you have to stay indoors. When you
look out of the window, you can see people's umbrellas being
blown inside out by the wind. visit : http://www.jnto.go.jp/