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When you stay in Okazaki, the best place to run is Oto riverside road. If you are on a bike trip and also want to jog or walk maybe Doune Okan trail might be good. While Oto riverside road is flat, Doune Okan trail has some ups and downs and much more challenging.
Written Nov 30, 2011
In Okazaki, winter is usually milder than in Tokyo or Kyoto, with only occasional snow, though it can be cold if its windy. If you come from a warm climate please ensure that you either bring good warm clothing or budget for purchases in Japan.
Summers in Okazaki are hot and humid, but again, less so than Tokyo, Kyoto or Osaka. If you come from a temperate or cold climate you will feel the heat. Light loose cotton clothing, shorts and suitable footwear are required.
Due to the mild winter there is little snowfall in Okazaki. The wettest months tend to be in early summer and again in September when typhoons are often accompanied by heavy rains. Spring and Autumn have less rain on average and this combined with the weather makes it a good time to visit.
Updated Oct 8, 2005