September Weather Averages for Tokyo, Japan
What's the Weather like in Tokyo in September
September in Tokyo, Japan, ushers in fall, which means the gradual decline of humidity and heat, but this month is also the darkest and wettest. Temperatures don't start dropping significantly until late September. Though the average high temperature is 26°C, it's not uncommon for temperatures to rise as high as 30 °C during the first few weeks of the month. If you're looking to escape the heat, t...
What's the Weather like in Tokyo in September
September in Tokyo, Japan, ushers in fall, which means the gradual decline of humidity and heat, but this month is also the darkest and wettest. Temperatures don't start dropping significantly until late September. Though the average high temperature is 26°C, it's not uncommon for temperatures to rise as high as 30 °C during the first few weeks of the month. If you're looking to escape the heat, take a trip to Banff in Canada, where temperatures can drop to as low as 3°C
A wet day is one with at least 0.04 inches of liquid or liquid-equivalent precipitation. In Tokyo, the chance of a wet day over the course of August is increasing with 181mm of rainfall.
The month of September begins decreasing in daily sunshine hours and will bring an average of a mere 4 hours a day.
The month of April in Tokyo experiences gradually increasing cloud cover, with the percentage of time that the sky is overcast or mostly cloudy increasing from 49% to 55%.
Tokyo Hotels in September
Hotel Villa Fontaine Tokyo-Tamachi
Hotel Villa Fontaine Tokyo-Tamachi is situated an 8-minute walk from both JR Tamachi Station and Mita Subway Station. Mita Station offers direct train access to Haneda Airport, a 30-minute ride away, as well as to Narita Airport, which is a 90-minute train ride. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. Each room is decorated with chic colours to create a relaxing ambience. Rooms feature an air humidifier/purifier, a flat-screen TV, a fridge and a wide desk. The en suite bathroom comes with a hairdryer and free toiletries.
Opened in December 2013 and situated right at the heart of the lively Kabuki-cho area in Shinjuku, Granbell Hotel offers modern and stylish guest rooms with unique design concepts. The property added new rooms in December of 2016. Higashi-shinjuku Subway Station is just a 4-minute walk away, while JR Shinjuku Station East Exit is a 15-minute walk from the property. This non-smoking accommodation features free WiFi throughout the property and a terrace bar on the 13th floor.
Shinagawa Prince Hotel
Boasting 15 food and beverage options, 2 swimming pools, and its own aquarium, Shinagawa Prince Hotel is right next to JR Shinagawa Train Station, from where Haneda Airport is only a 25-minute train ride away. This 39-storey hotel offers beautiful Tokyo views and free WiFi throughout the entire property. The air-conditioned rooms at Shinagawa Prince Hotel have a fridge and an en suite bathroom with a bathtub and shower booth. Free toiletries and a hairdryer are provided. Guests will also find a personal locker in the room.
Bars and Restaurants
Long before latte art and aeropresses arrived in Tokyo, there was a thriving culture of kissaten, cozy and smoke-filled coffee shops. Most have disappeared, but l'Ambre (founded 1948) shows no sign of fading away. That's thanks to centenarian owner Ichiro Sekiguchi and his devotion to his premium coffee beans, some of which he ages for decades.
Joël Robuchon is the eponymous restaurant from world-renowned chef Joël Robuchon, who owns numerous successful ventures around the world. Robuchon offers an outstanding take on modern french cuisine. The restaurant offers several set menus, along with an excellent selection of à la carte options. Be sure to save room for the delicious Kyoho grape mochi with fresh almond ice cream, soya milk and honey coulis.
Things to do in Tokyo in September
Fashion's Night Out
Vogue magazine holds their annual event 'Fashion's Night Out' in Tokyo in and around the Omotesando/Aoyama/Harajuku area. Festivities kick off with an opening ceremony at Omotesando Hills at 4pm. Entrance is free (although they may block entrance if it gets too crowded – which it will) and there will be an array of beautiful people talking, walking and singing.
Meguro Sanma Festival
Does the prospect of free fish get you excited? If the answer is yes, head down to Meguro Station on the JR Yamanote Line and the Mita and Namboku Subway Lines for the annual Meguro Sanma Festival from 10am on the first Sunday of September. About 6,000 grilled Sanma (pacific saury) will be given away to mark the beginning of the season.
Akasaka Hikawa Matsuri
Although it's not one of the major festivals, the Akasaka Hikawa Matsuri is an easily accessible community festival with lots of activities and events. It also features restored 'dashi' which are traditional wheeled floats. One of the floats features a not very traditional but quite impressive hydraulic lift which raises it up to about 5 metres in height.