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October Rainfall Precipitation in Japan

In Japan in October precipitation ranges from moderate in Kitami with 90 mm of rainfall to heavy in Kumano with 317 mm of rainfall. It is the wettest month of the year.

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

Find the average total precipitation in October 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 precipitation. High: 90 mm to 160 mm. Moderate: 30 mm to 90 mm. Low: 5 mm to 30 mm.

  • How much rainfall does Japan receive in October?
  • Tokyo often receives substantial rainfall, averaging approximately 211 mm. The frequent showers make the weather unpredictable, with conditions shifting rapidly. Based on climate data from the last 30 years, Tokyo receives the most rainfall during this month of the year.

  • What is the wettest city in October in Japan?
  • Based on our records, Kumano is the location with the highest average precipitation, receiving about 317 mm.

  • What is the driest city in October in Japan?
  • Our figures indicate that Kitami receives the least rainfall, averaging just 90 mm.

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