A few quick wipes might save you from a ton of itchy bites.
The key to enjoying a Japanese summer is knowing how to roll with the punches of some of the season’s less pleasant aspects. Sure, the weather is hot and humid, but there are few more pleasant sensations than sipping an ice-cold Asahi Super Dry or chomp on a Garigari-kun popsicle on a warm night. Even the high-pitched whine of the cicadas is something that many people develop an unexpected fondness for, since it accompanies the excited anticipation of sun-drenched adventures.
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