Tongli Description: Tongli is a Chinese town surrounded by lakes on each side; it is sort of like a Chinese Venice. Instead of tour buses there, they have boat rides to see the town. The most famous dish there is zhuangyuanti, a local pigs' trotter dish.
Nanxun Description: Most of the wealth in Nanxun comes from silk trade. Like Tongli it has many rivers, but has streets and footpaths to. It has heaps of gardens in it and most tell a story of old legends or just what was there in the past.
Wuzhen Description: Wuzhen is a normal Chinese town, but appears in many novels and soap operas for its beauty. It is right next to the jinghang canal, and is well known for its quit waters, wine, small lanes and handmade calico. Don’t forget to try The Wuzhen specialty! gusaobing (sister-in-law cake)
Xingan Description: Near Xingan is Lingqu, the first man made canal in the world. It is as old as the great wall and a popular wedding place for locals. Dishes recommended there are mifen (rice noodles) and zongzi (a rice dumpling wrapped in lotus leaves), Gingko fruit, oranges and grapes.
Weather Charts The weather chart above shows all the info about the weather in Japan In conclusion I think that may would be the best month to visit Japan if you are looking for a sunny warm place, But if you want to go skiing or do something that requires it to be cold than I recommend December or January. All the other months are just average.