Hiroshima Weather in July

Season: Summer

As in summer, Hiroshima weather in July is featured with high temperature, which varies in a range of 25-31℃ (77-87.8℉) at average. The rainy season lasts till mid-late July, so the rainfall is high, totaling to 275mm, so as the humidity which reaches 74%. When the rainy season is gone, clear sky and burning sun are the “main tune” in Hiroshima, by then it would become really hot. Airy summer clothes are optimal for such weather.


Averages for Hiroshima Weather in July

Temperature: 27°C / 80.6°F
High Temperature: 31°C / 87.8°F
Low Temperature: 25°C / 77°F
Humidity: 74%
Rainfall: 275 mm
Rainy Days: 12 days
Sunrise: 05:01 ~ 05:20
Sunset: 19:13 ~ 19:26

What to Wear in Hiroshima in July

Light and airy T-shirt, short shirt, sweatshirt, casual shorts, cropped pants, and dress are advised for Hiroshima trips in July. Causal shoes or comfortable sandals are also nice choices for Hiroshima tours during July. Those made of sweat-absorbent materials would be better. A folded umbrella or other convenient rain gear would also be useful during July.
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Where to Visit in Hiroshima in July

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Atomic Bomb Dome and Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park at the site of atomic bombing center are the must-visits in Hiroshima. To escape from summer heat, Taishakukyo Gorge to the northeast of Hiroshima city is a great place to go, where one can also enjoy a karst gorge cruise. July is also the best time to have sun on beaches, and Hiroshima hosts some great beaches by Seto Inland Sea. Kenmin-no-hama Beach is the best-known one with colorful water sports, such as kayaking and surfing with Stand-Up-Paddleboard at sea. Okunoshima Island housing numerous rabbits is also a nice destination for a leisurely day in Hiroshima; intimating with and feeding rabbits are popular among kids.


1. Sun protection is necessary even on rainy days in July, for the ultraviolet rays are strong in summer. Remember to pack sunscreen. Also, be on the watch of local weather forecast to avoid unexpected rains.

2. There is no bunny food but grasslands for rabbits on Okunoshima Island. Ones who would like to feed rabbits need to take some from the mainland.
- Last updated on Aug. 30, 2023 by Nancy He -