Weather in Tokyo in february.

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  1. MamoruSpain

    MamoruSpain TAG Member

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    Greetings from Spain. I have a ticket for a concert at the Budokan next february (some hardworking rocker maids will play). I hope that all this covid situation would be sorted by that time. Most sure thing it is not.
    But I'm curious about the wether during that time of the year. Will I need to bring some coat? It's too cold?
    Thank you in advance.
     
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    Depends what you consider cold and also where are you staying. Some years we might have a bit of snow in February and temperatures in single digits Celsius.

    During winter in a typical Tokyo house it's slightly colder inside the house than outside. But hotels are usually warm and comfy.
     
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    yeah you will need a coat.
     
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    A bit colder than Zaragoza.
     
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    Then I will need more than a coat. I'm from the very south of the country. Thanks everyone.
     
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    I’m not sure if borders will be open by then but usually in February I’m freezing. Layering with a wool jacket, coat, beret and gloves it is.
     
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    February? T-shirts and shorts and cold drinks.

    Full disclosure: I'm Canadian.
     
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    I'm also usually in a t-shirt in winter - the heating indoors is so intense that it takes me a good hour to cool off outside.
     
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    You living full time in a sauna? :D
     
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    It certainly feels like whoever is in charge of the thermostat in the various offices I've worked at would like to live in a sauna...
     
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    Leather Weather used to be my favorite when I was a youngin.
     
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    The trains in Tokyo feel like badly warmed sauna in winter time. The good thing is wearing shorts and t-shirt while everyone else is brandishing ski jackets, wool hats and scarves leaves a lot of space around you even when it's otherwise crowded.
     
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    It is my long held theory that Japanese OLs are injected with reptile DNA when they receive their uniform.
     
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    Now it all makes sense! And I know how their reptile overlords, also called buchos, are injecting them that DNA too.
     
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    Bbbj’s? ;):cautious:
     
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    T-shirt, jacket and jeans for me. But my friends bundle up a couple more layers during that time of year. Just depends on the person really.
     
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    And now you know the true purpose of the nomikai - to make the new OLs receptive to the injection.
     
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