This study is a part of the activity to develop an interdisciplinary class on the climate environment around the Japan Islands and the “seasonal feeling”, succeeding to Kato et al. (2013)  which examined detailed comparison
between the transitional season from autumn to midwinter and that from midwinter to spring there, paying attention to the asymmetric seasonal march. This paper reports the results of the joint activity of the art and the music with
meteorology for the class at the Faculty of Education, Okayama University, with attention to the analyses of the students’ works expressing the above two transitional seasons. Finally, a discussion was also made on how to use the
art education for deeper understanding of the climate environment such as the seasonal cycle around Japan.
Climate Environment around Japan
Joint Activity of Meteorology with Culture
Asymmetric Seasonal March
Early winter vs. Early Spring