We are aware that outdoor weddings are overwhelmingly popular.

Generally, during the summer months, many areas of Japan experience high humidity and frequent sudden thunderstorms. Additionally, particularly in southern regions such as Okinawa and Kyushu, heavy rainfall can occur due to the influence of typhoons.

The period when the weather in Japan is relatively stable is typically during spring and autumn. During these seasons, the weather is often characterized by mild temperatures and lower precipitation levels compared to other times of the year. On the other hand, the rainy season, known as “tsuyu” or the “plum rain season,” typically occurs in early summer, usually from late May to mid-July, depending on the region. Additionally, typhoon season, which brings heavy rain and strong winds, typically occurs from late summer to early autumn, roughly from August to October.

Since weather is one thing that can never be guaranteed, having a backup plan is absolutely necessary. To ensure events can proceed even in unfavorable conditions, venues often provide spaces with an outdoor atmosphere, such as terraces with awnings or banquets equipped with oversized windows.

Of course, everyone is hoping for good weather while checking multiple weather forecasts. But if it rains or the wind is too strong and we have to implement the backup plan, the staff will do their best to make it the best it can be!


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