While the climate in Japan is temperate, there is great diversity from one region to another and the seasons are very distinct. From north to south, Japan stretches more than 3,000 km, which explains the different climates.
Winters in northern Japan are harsh and temperatures can drop to very low temperatures, especially on the Hokkaido Island, which is often hit by heavy snow. Some of the best ski resorts are found in this region of Japan.
At the same time, the Pacific coast enjoys a much milder and sunnier winter. In central Japan, the climate is also milder, with winters mild and warm.
summers (temperatures can range from 25 °C to 30 °C)