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The below are the things I think should most prominently leap to your mind when you’re considering a trip to Japan. The towering bamboo stalks of Kyoto’s Arishiyama transport visitors to another world altogether.
Some of these are landmarks or historic sites, while others are cultural experiences that I think are central to a true Japanese experience. Japan’s rich cultural history with bamboo is easy to understand as you stand amidst its enduring beauty.
Most karaoke joints will have a selection of English songs to choose from, and many also serve food and drinks. Sumo is one of the unique athletic pursuits in Japan, and a well-timed visit to Japan can coincide with one of the six annual fifteen-day sumo tournaments that take place.
We won’t speak of the shady kind that serves other things… These tournaments take place in Tokyo (January, May, and September), Osaka (March), Nagoya (July), and Fukuoka (November), and tickets are sold on a per-day basis.
While it’s all well and good to snap a few pictures of the mountain from afar, for a truly Japanese experience, climbing to the top of the 3,776m high mountain is likely to be a memory you’ll cherish for the rest of your life.