Things not to miss in Japan
Anyone who’s ever eaten sushi, read manga, or sipped sake may feel they know something about this slinky archipelago of some 6800 volcanic islands. And yet, from the moment of arrival in Japan, it’s almost as if you’ve touched down on another planet.
Climb Mount Fuji
Dance the night away at the country’s biggest Obon bash, held in Tokushima, Shikoku.
The Kiso Valley
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