You think it’s hot here in the good ol’ US of A, especially in the northeast? Then don’t move to Japan. It’s really hot there, among all its usually quirky weird people oddities.
Sunday, twenty-two people died and fourteen were injured in water and mountain related activities, as people were trying to beat the heat with some fun. Some of those deaths include people suffering from heat stroke. Man, the land of the rising sun really loves killing old people. Three people in Saitama, and one each in Chiba, Nara, Hyogo prefectures died of heat stroke, or what authorities believed to be so. Apparently, that’s what happens when the mercury rises above 35C (95F) in a vast area of the country (which is still slightly cooler than my neck of the woods)
Fourteen people died in water related accidents, and among those injured, six were in water related accidents, and eight were involved in mountain accidents, including one 39-year-old man who was mauled by a bear in Yamanashi prefecture.
My advice to you people of Japan is this: shun that evil master, the sun, and stay inside. Avoid personal contact among people outside of your residence. It may be the only way to survive.