Tokyo in Summer: Don’t Forget Your Umbrella!

Most of Japan is in the rainy season in June and July.
It has been raining a lot since the second half of June, and some places have suffered severe landslides, with many locals losing their homes and some even losing their lives.
When it finished, typhoons are coming.
Like other countries in East and Southeast Asia, it is very humid. The heat combined with high humidity tires out our body, and many people get dehydrated without noticing until it develops into serious heat stroke. So be careful to keep sipping water frequently, and when you go out don’t forget to take your umbrella.
What if you don’t have an umbrella? No problem; in Tokyo you can easily get a cheap clear plastic umbrella at a convenience store, or else purchase a nicer fashionable one.

Here is some idea.