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Tokyo i weather

Welcome

Welcome

Tokyo i weather

by JP-BeNAS Corporation
Tokyo i weather
Tokyo i weather
Tokyo i weather

What is it about?

Welcome! To Japan.

Tokyo i weather

App Details

Version
1.3
Rating
NA
Size
7Mb
Genre
Weather Travel
Last updated
January 11, 2017
Release date
March 19, 2016
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App Store Description

Welcome! To Japan.

Hello. Everyone.

This is an application of the statistical weather.
It's human wisdom to use the past weather.
Use of the past weather is to use a earth science.
The utility value of the past weather is a worldwide one.

When knowing when the degree of fine is high during 1 year, it's convenient.
A record of the hours of sunshine of each day is physical and is objective data.
A mean for 10 years of the hours of sunshine can be used as the linear measure of the "degree of fine".
We can know the height of the degree of fine of 365 days a year.
This is very convenient.


The past weather on some days, I'll see one for 10 years together.
Then we can know, the whether is wet or clear up.
This is also very convenient.

Please utilize for travel and an outdoor, etc..
Please enjoy wonderful travel in Japan.

It's possible to see a weather record in 9 spots in Tokyo, Yokohama, Kumagaya, Choshi, Utsunomiya, Maebashi, Mito, Tateno and Chichijima.


About use and a copyright.
1) This application doesn't forecast the future weather.
An application of the function which checks the weather data in the past.
The person who uses this application use everything by self-responsibility, please.

2) JP - BeNAS is possessing a copyright of "the Japan i weather".
"Copyright (c), 2002 JP-BeNAS Corporation"

3) This application has been developed with the foundation of MWPhotoBrowser of MIT license.
"Copyright (c) 2010 Michael Waterfall"
I'll be thankful to Michael Waterfall who received a great hint in development.