I think the area where I live in Ottawa is
well-equipped to be easy to live in. It is very safe and there are many shops
just a few minutes walk away. Public buses come and go frequently, and trains
run every ten minutes, depending on the location. There are greenery all over
the country, and the climate is not so different from Japan. Since I don't
particularly care about it, it's too much for me.
However, it gets cold from the
beginning of October and sometimes it gets as cold as the beginning of December
in Japan. According to the Host family and the schoolteacher, it will be about
-30°C in January - I thought I would start with a -30°C package beforehand in
Japan, but it will be made for the climate of Japan, too.
Canada is often
described as a place where prices are high, but many of them are of appropriate
quality. I think small articles and amenities are useless and expensive, so I
recommend that you purchase them in Japan in advance, but I think it is
better to purchase coat and winter shoes locally, and then wear high-quality
articles to make yourself comfortable.Located in the same northern hemisphere as
Japan, the climate is very much the same as Japan. However, the problem is the
cold, and the difference in the environment makes it easier for me to get sick.
It doesn't matter to anyone who isn't planning to come to Canada at this time of
year, but I recommend that you do so when you come.