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Longer, wetter than usual rainy season ends in Tokyo area

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Indeed crickey. It sucks that the neighbors complain about your pool.

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One of my kids pools melted one season. Was so hot. I love it though.

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My neighbors are asking me when are you going to fill the pool?

I need an official response.

Is it pool season yet?

Seriously all the kids in my street are waiting. Not in a creepy way. It was way too hot today but forcast was rain. So not today.

My sister in law lives opposite her daughter popped out complete with a swim ring only to be confronted with concrete, sorry about that.

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Much less sunshine than normal this rainy season in Nagano. Rainfall and temps were the historic averages.

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It was great to have cool temperatures- looking forward to the August holiday being dry though

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H'mmm will we see a poor rice harvest like in the late 90s I think it was when Japan ran out of the stuff, those who MUST have rice might be a good idea to stock up a bit, just sayin!

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TIL: No rainy season in Hokkaido??? Why did i choose to live in Tokyo again?

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Usually we have about 10000 people dead or hospitalized by this time of year. It's been a merciful summer so far.

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TIL: No rainy season in Hokkaido??? Why did i choose to live in Tokyo again?

Perhaps because Tokyo doesn't have six months of snow?  I lived in Aomori for four years before moving down to Tokyo.  As an avid golfer, I definitely appreciate the nearly year-round opportunities to golf in the Kanto region.

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