What part of Japan has the mildest weather?
The summers aren't scorching hot and humid, and the winter snowfall isn't too heavy?
- 1 year ago
That Japan does not exist.
- michinoku2001Lv 71 year ago
I like Sendai. A Sendai snowstorm is maybe ten centimetres, it's not such a big deal. A really cold night in Sendai it's maybe -7, but there's never bitter cold. Summer in Sendai can be warm, but not near as hot as Kanto. It always cools off at night even in August, unlike the troppo conditions in Kanto.
- thecheapest902Lv 71 year ago
Most part of Japan has either hard summer or winter. If you live in northern Japan, summer is mild but winter is hard. If you live in southern (or western Japan), you have little snow in winter but summer is hot and humid.
If you want neither hard summer and winter, you should live in northern Japan in summer and in southern Japan in winter.
- BenLv 51 year ago
Somewhere in northern Honshu (the main island) near the West coast is probably your best bet. Aomori, for example. They have the best balance of milder winters and cooler summers there. Although the winters can still be quite cold and the summers fairly hot.
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- Bill-MLv 71 year ago
That is hard. Okinawa has less snowfall but it is hot in the summer.
Hokkaido is not to hot but it has lots of Snow. So you have to live in two places. North in the Summer and South in the Summer.