You have not lived your life completely if you have not visited Japan at least once. There is nothing that can be compared to the beauty and the mysticism of Japan. It is a place to absorb your senses in. But no matter how long you stay, you can never get the full sense of Japan. If you are on a short visit, here are the top ten things to do while you are on a trip to Japan.
This can backfire, at the same time it can earn you brownie point from the locals. The locals absolutely adore foreigners who try to speak their language. It shows that you are genuinely trying to learn their culture. Do not feel embarrassed or shy and importantly do not be afraid. Worst case scenario: if you do not understand what they reply, just smile and nod. This will not land you in any trouble for sure.
A must-do in Japan, you can spend hours on an end singing in tiny rooms with mics, undoubtedly having a lot of fun with your friends. There is a huge collection of English songs as well. You do not have to worry about how you sound – it is just for the fun of it. Enjoy the company of your friends while singing your heart out.
Take the bullet train:
The shinkansen is responsible for giving the Japanese a comfortable ride since 1964. It is has been impeccably on time ever since. It is the best and the most efficient way to travel through Japan. the cars are spotlessly clean with ample legroom. Even the conductors are super courteous and bow while enter and exit the car.
Eat at the conveyor belt Sushi restaurant:
You will actually be served dinner on a slow moving conveyor belt . Raw as well as cooked food reaches your table in an impressible way. The chefs prep food in the blink of an eye. You are sure to thoroughly enjoy this exemplary Japanese experience. So don’t miss this at any cost.
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Climb Mount Fuji
Though it sounds like huge feat, climbing the 12,388 feet high Mount Fuji is an achievable . A large number of tourists climb Mount Fuji every year. All you need is good fitness and functioning lungs. The climb is something which is worth undertaking because when you see the sun rise at the top of the mountain, it is sure to take your breath away.
Soak in a Natural Hot Spring
There are several Onsen resorts all over Japan with some dating back to almost the 19th century. The relaxing warm soak in the midst of nature’s beauty will replenish your mind and body, leaving you with a feeling of rejuvenation.