Tokyo Weather in July

Season: Summer

Tokyo weather in July is quite hot, as its average high temperature rises to about 29℃ (84.2℉), and even the average low temperature hovers around 24℃ (75.2℉). Early July is still in the plum rainy season, which will end thoroughly in around mid-July. The overall rainfall in this month is 168mm averagely. To cope with the hot and muggy weather, thin and airy clothes, like T-shirts and shorts are nice choices. Visitors should take some measures to prevent heatstroke when it’s sunny and pack rain gear for rainy days.

Averages for Tokyo Weather in July

Temperature: 27°C / 80.6°F
High Temperature: 29°C / 84.2°F
Low Temperature: 24°C / 75.2°F
Humidity: 76%
Rainfall: 168 mm
Rainy Days: 10 days
Sunrise: 04:29 ~ 04:48
Sunset: 18:47 ~ 19:01

What to Wear in Tokyo in July

When travelling to Tokyo in hot summer, short sleeves, shorts and light pants are the best choices. Girls could also wear a beautiful but convenient dress when going out. Tourists can’t go to beaches without sandals. When rainy season is not over yet in early July, umbrella or raincoat can’t be forgotten.
Tokyo Clothes in July July Wear in Tokyo

Top Things to Do in Tokyo in July

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Referring to July in Tokyo, fireworks could never be missed. Visitors can see the colorful fireworks show at night, in traditional Yukata rented or purchased, and taste excellent snacks there. Sumida River Fireworks is the most famous and grandest. Natsu Matsuri (summer festival) is the unique chance to probe into Japanese traditions. Visitors can also enjoy summer beaches in Odaiba Seaside Park, Kasai Rinkai Park, etc. and Izu Islands nearby in July.


1. Tokyo weather in July becomes quite hot, so it would be better to take good care of yourself and get protection from the sun.

2. It is usually overcrowded at fireworks show. For instance, nearly a million people visit Sumida River Fireworks each year. Make sure that you get dressed comfortably and conveniently to walk around easily while watching fireworks.
- Last updated on Mar. 03, 2023 by Nancy He -