Just like the haze season, the typhoon season began in June in Japan.
Its peak is in August and September.
One good thing is typhoons are always predictable; not like our earthquakes.
You can check the weather forecast to see when it will come and how big it is.
Sometimes we have heavy rain, which causes floods, and sometimes we have very strong winds.
However, the kids are happy because of school closures!
Maybe some adults too.
Those who are planning to travel to Japan should know about it, especially when you are traveling in the south part of Japan, including Okinawa.
Sometimes it causes delays or cancellations of planes and trains.