Suddenly it’s incredibly hot with humidity up to the max, suggesting that summer, in all its sizzling and sweaty glory, is now in situ. And with setsuden (or saving electricity) the region’s new mantra, to say it’s going to be uncomfortable is akin to saying that Tokyo is a tad busy.
But it’s not bad news for everyone. Far from it in fact. Because for some, setsuden is an irrelevance, as summer means only one thing: sunbathing.
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