Hiroshima Weather in October

Season: Autumn

Hiroshima weather gets mild in October as the temperature drops a lot; meanwhile, the diurnal temperature becomes larger. The mean maximum temperature hovers at 24℃ (75.2℉), while the mean minimum temperature is about 15℃ (59℉). As the typhoon season comes to an end, Hiroshima weather in October is sunny with clear sky most of the time. The total rainfall is 110mm or so averagely during October, but the humidity is as high as 66%. By late October, the leaves in Hiroshima change colors into red or yellow and it enters the best time of fall foliage.

Averages for Hiroshima Weather in October

Temperature: 19°C / 66.2°F
High Temperature: 24°C / 75.2°F
Low Temperature: 15°C / 59°F
Humidity: 66%
Rainfall: 110 mm
Rainy Days: 8 days
Sunrise: 06:05 ~ 06:29
Sunset: 17:18 ~ 17:54

What to Wear in Hiroshima in October

Considering the climate, long-sleeved T-shirt, hoodie, blouse, casual pants, and clothes similar are OK to wear in October, particularly in the early October. To the end of October, when temperature drops a lot, an outerwear should be added on the top, like a cardigan, a trench coat, or a basketball jacket.
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Where to Go in Hiroshima in October

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In early October, visitors may have fun in Saijo Sake Festival in Higashi-hiroshima City, where diverse sakes from whole Japan can be tasted, as well as local snacks. Dahlia and Chrysanthemum Festival is held till mid-late October, when one can appreciate the autumn flowers and one of the most popular places is Serakogen Farm. Chrysanthemum exhibition at Hiroshima Castle is also alluring.

At the end of October, colorful autumn leaves can be admired in Shukkeien Garden, Miyajima, and Taishakukyo Gorge in Hiroshima. On Miyajima Island, Momijidani Park is famous for red leaves, and Mt. Misen is not inferior in any respect. Shimanami Kaido is perfect for cycling and one can cycle along the coastline to Onomichi; and Okunoshima Island is also absorbing for a tour as a paradise of rabbits.

- Last updated on Aug. 30, 2023 by Nancy He -