See hydrangeas in spring, hills of baby blue eyes in summer, chrysanthemums in autumn and bright-red camellias in winter.
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With spring giving way to summer, expect hotter, more humid weather. Summer in Japan also usually begins with tsuyu, or the rainy season, so prepare for some wet (but still hot and humid) days in June. But neither hot weather […]
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