Japan precipitation in February

In Japan in February precipitation ranges from moderate in Karuizawa with 32mm (1.2 inches) of snow/rainfall to heavy in Yakushima with 211mm (8.3 inches) of rainfall. February is a winter month in Japan.

Where and how much does it rain in Japan in February?

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

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Heavy rainfall has been defined as more than 160 mm (6.3") precipitation. High: 90mm (3.5") to 160mm (6.3"). Moderate: 30mm (1.2") to 90mm (3.5". Low: 5mm (0.2") to 30mm (1.2").

  • How much does it rain in Japan in February?
  • In general in February rainfall is moderate in Tokyo. By moderate you can think of between 30mm (1.2") and 90mm (3.5") of rain. This means regular wet days, but also regular dry days throughout the month.

  • What is the wettest city in February in Japan?
  • According to our data the wettest location is Yakushima with an average precipitation of 211mm (8.3 inches).

  • What is the driest city in February in Japan?
  • The driest place is Karuizawa with an average precipitation of 32mm (1.2 inches) according to our data.

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