Precipitation in Japan in August

In Japan in August precipitation ranges from high in Osaka with 90mm (3.5inch) rainfall to heavy in Nikko with 386mm (15inch) rainfall. August is a summer month in Japan.

Where and how much does it rain in Japan in August

Find the average total precipitation in August for the most popular destinations in Japan on the map below. Click on a destination dot for more detailed information.

Legend heavy rainfall high moderate low almost non
Heavy rainfall has been defined as more than 160 mm (6.3inch) precipitation. High: 90mm (3.5inch) - 160 mm (6.3inch). Moderate: 30mm (1.2inch) - 90mm (3.5inch. Low: 5mm (0.2inch) - 30mm (1.2inch).

  • How much does it rain in Japan in August?
  • In general in August rainfall is very high in Tokyo, falling frequently during the month. So the weather can be unpredictable from moment to moment. Most rain in Japan in August falls in Nikko with an average of 386mm (15inch). The least amount of rain in August falls in Osaka with an average of 90mm (3.5inch).

  • What is the wettest city in August in Japan?
  • The wettest location is Nikko with an average precipitation of 386mm (15inch) according to our data.

  • What is the driest city in August in Japan?
  • According to our data the driest location is Osaka with an average precipitation of 90mm (3.5inch).

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