Osaka will become cooler in September. You will be able to enjoy sightseeing spots happily. However, rainy days will increase in September. There is a risk that a typhoon will come, so please try to obtain the latest weather forecast. On this page, I will explain the weather in Osaka in September.
Below are articles about the monthly weather in Osaka. Click on an article if you want to know more.
Below are articles on the weather in Tokyo and Hokkaido in September. If you plan to go to Hokkaido as well as Tokyo, please note that the weather in Hokkaido is quite different from Tokyo.
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Weather in Osaka in September (overview)
※ Based on the data released by the Japan Meteorological Agency. Both high and low temperature data are averages over the past 30 years (1981-2010)
The weather in Osaka is almost the same as other major cities in Honshu such as Tokyo. In September, the hot summer is over and the cool days are gradually increasing. In early September, there are days when the maximum temperature is about 35 degrees, but it will become cooler in mid September. In late September it will be cooler and more people will wear long-sleeved shirts.
I used to live in Osaka before. It was too hot in August, so I did not like going to the city center. However, it will be much easier to spend in September, and there are memories that I went to play at Osaka Castle Park as well.
In September, Japanese children finish their summer vacation and school begins. So, on weekdays the sights are relatively vacant.
However, in September many typhoons come to Japan every year. Typhoons may also hit Osaka. When a typhoon comes, you can not walk because wind is strong. Trains and planes will of course not work.
Even if you come to Osaka at that time, you probably will not be fun. So please make sure the weather forecast whether typhoons will come before you come to Japan. Even after coming to Japan, please get the latest weather forecast. If you are likely to be affected by the typhoon, I would recommend changing your itinerary.
Below is the meteorological data of Osaka in September released by Japan Meteorological Agency. please refer.
Osaka weather in early September (2018)
|Maximum temperature (Celsius)||34.1|
|Minimum air temperature||20.9|
|Total precipitation||171.5 mm|
|Fine weather ratio||24%|
Osaka is still hot in early September. However, compared with August, the morning and evening will be relatively cool in early September.
The summer vacation of elementary and junior high schools ends in Japan when September begins. Compared with August, Japanese families are less likely to go on trips, so the number of tourist destinations is slightly reduced.
The sunrise time in early September in Osaka is approximately 5:33, and the sunset time is approximately 18:20.
Osaka weather in the middle of September (2018)
|Maximum temperature (Celsius)||30.9|
|Minimum air temperature||19.2|
|Total precipitation||33.0 mm|
|Fine weather ratio||27%|
The temperature drops considerably in the middle of September. However, there are relatively many rainy days. There are also occasions when typhoons hit during this time.
The sunrise time in mid-September in Osaka is approximately 5:40 and the sunset time is approximately 18:06.
Osaka weather in late September (2018)
|Maximum temperature (Celsius)||29.2|
|Minimum air temperature||16.3|
|Total precipitation||167.5 mm|
|Fine weather ratio||23%|
In late September, cool days are increasing in Osaka. People who wear autumn clothes stand out. There is still the risk of a typhoon coming, but it will be less on rainy days.
Sunrise time in late September in Osaka is approximately 5:48 and sunset time is approximately 17:52.
※ Sunrise and sunset times are based on the 2019 data released by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan. I posted the time on the 5th for early September, the time on the 15th for mid-September, and the time for the 25th for late September.
Weather in tourist destinations around Japan
Below are pages showing the climates of various regions in Japan at the same time of the year.
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