Typhoons don't usually have a lot of power by the time they hit Tokyo. Usually they're just strong enough to make commuting annoying. And they also make it very hot and humid. 30C in October is horrible. It shouldn't be allowed, I tell you.
It’s face-meltingly hot in the summer. Saying 29C at 8:40PM doesn’t do justice to the humidity and the smell of overripe city. Yesterday was a misery of work, dentist, dehydration, migraine, and heat. It took most of today to recover. As a result, the best I could do for dinner was a spicy chicken and… Continue reading Japanese summer