Tokyo Weather in November

Season: Late autumn

Climatically, November has already been late autumn and the prelude of winter in Tokyo. The temperature is in general on a downtrend. In specific, its average temperature is about 14℃ (57.2℉), ranging in 11-17℃ (51.8-62.6℉). The temperature also changes greatly between day and night, and it is somewhat cold at dusk and night, when a thick coat or a sweater is needed. November is not so humid in Tokyo with an average rainfall of 84mm. It’s the best time to see red maple leaves in Tokyo.

Averages for Tokyo Weather in November

Temperature: 14°C / 57.2°F
High Temperature: 17°C / 62.6°F
Low Temperature: 11°C / 51.8°F
Humidity: 56%
Rainfall: 84 mm
Rainy Days: 7 days
Sunrise: 06:03 ~ 06:32
Sunset: 16:28 ~ 16:46

What to Wear in Tokyo in November

As the temperature gets lower and lower in November, thin sweater, thick knitwear, cape, thick jeans, and other warm clothes are proper in Tokyo. To late November, visitors could add a windbreaker or thicker overcoat. If you are afraid of coldness, a thin down coat is also appropriate to evade discomfort due to sudden drop in temperature.
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Top Things to Do in Tokyo in November

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November is the best time to enjoy autumn scenery in Tokyo, including red maple leaves, yellow ginkgo, and chrysanthemums. Visitors could also hang out in Torinoichi Fairs around temples or shrines, to experience traditional festival atmosphere in Asakusa. Winter illuminations might be found in some areas in Tokyo in late November, including Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Skytree. If you go to Tokyo with your kids, Tokyo Disney Resort and Sanrio Puroland are great choices to create some sweet memories. 


1. The best time to watch red leaves in Tokyo is mid-November to early December. The best places for red maples are Mt. Takao and Rikugien Garden, and Rikugien Garden can be visited at night in this season. Ginkgo in Hachioji and Meiji Jingu Gaien are quite popular and spectacular.

2. Torinoichi Fair in Asakusa is well-known and one of the grandest in Kanto region. Countless stalls by the road sell local specialties, snacks, as well as kumade rakes. The shrine is crowded, please take good care of yourself and your kids.
- Last updated on Aug. 30, 2023 by Nancy He -