Snow is falling in Japan's capital in November for the first time in more than 50 years.
Temperatures have fallen to near zero in central Tokyo, which is rare for this time of the year.
An unusually cold air mass brought the wet snow.
Above-freezing temperatures kept the snow from sticking in most places, though it did accumulate on sidewalks and cars in Tokyo's western suburbs.
Meteorologists forecast up to 2cm would fall, with more in the mountains northwest of Tokyo.
The snow caused minor train delays during the morning commute.
The last time it snowed in central Tokyo in November was 1962.