Tokyo Weather in June

Season: Early summer

It is rainy in June in Tokyo as the plum rain season comes, bringing a total rainfall of about 172mm averagely. The temperature also rises, varying from 20-26℃ (68-78.8℉) at average. The humid and hot Tokyo weather in June will give people a sultry and uncomfortable feeling. To cope with the unfriendly climate, it is recommended to wear light clothes. Apart from short sleeves, a thin jacket or other light coat is also necessary. Do not forget to bring an umbrella, either.

Averages for Tokyo Weather in June

Temperature: 23°C / 73.4°F
High Temperature: 26°C / 78.8°F
Low Temperature: 20°C / 68°F
Humidity: 74%
Rainfall: 172 mm
Rainy Days: 12 days
Sunrise: 04:25 ~ 04:28
Sunset: 18:52 ~ 19:01

What to Wear in Tokyo in June

As summer comes, short sleeves and thin pants would be suitable for the June climate. Falling in the plum rain season, visitors may need to add a thin jacket or thin cardigan when it is rainy. Easy-dry clothes would be better for the muggy weather. In the meanwhile, never forget your umbrella or raincoat if travel to Tokyo in June.
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Top Things to Do in Tokyo in June

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On rainy days, indoor activities are recommended to do in Tokyo in June, including visiting aquariums, indoor amusement parks, and museums. In addition, hydrangea flowers in full bloom are the highlights in this month; while Bunkyo Ajisai Matsuri (hydrangea festival) is the best-known event. Fireflies live near clean water merely, but can also be seen in Tokyo. There would be firefly viewing activities in some areas when Tokyo weather is in good conditions. Go out for a walk at sunny night, and you may encounter fireflies. Sanno Matsuri at Hie Shrine, one of three major Shinto festivals in Tokyo, is also a great opportunity to learn traditional Japanese music and long parade of priests in Tokyo in June.


Although it’s the rainy season in Tokyo in June, it does not mean that it rains all the time. Also pack sunscreen cream in your luggage for the sunny days.
- Last updated on Mar. 03, 2023 by Nancy He -