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5 Flapper things to do in Japan

Ever wanted to just do a peak-a-boo of what Japan is like? Check out some quirky yet touristy things you can do in the land of Japan!

  1. Visit Mount Fuji

The Fujiyama might just be the world’s most perfect volcano. It is probably also the most famous one. The Japanese revere them and countless generations of artists have dedicated a big portion of their work to render their impression of Fujisan. The best place to see Japan’s holy mountain is Hakone.

  1. Check out Miyajima

Miyajima is located in the Japanese Inland Sea and home to one of the (if not THE) most famous shrine in Japan. The setting is just so perfect and thousands of Japanese tourists pave their way to catch a glimpse of picture book Japan each day.3. Watch Wrestling Practice at a Sumo Stable

You can’t fully understand the intensity of this sport unless you are up close and personal at a sumo wrestling practice to witness the panting, grunting and dripping sweat.4. Attend a Kabuki Theater Show

Kabuki is a unique form of Japanese theater where they combine song, mime, dance, costume design and elaborate makeup that is typically performed solely by men. At Kabuki-za you can buy Single Act tickets just to get an introduction to the style of theater.5. Sing Karaoke

Tokyo has plenty of fun (& sometimes weird) Karaoke bars where you can belt out a few tunes. One of the more well-known is Karaoke Kan, which was the location for Bill Murray’s singing session in the movie Lost in Translation.

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Curated by – Krishnaa Thorat ..And your very flesh shall be a great poem. A recovering dessert addict (just kidding), I write about things I care about. I can fluently talk in Bollywood dialogues and F.R.I.E.N.D.S quotes. Trying to elevate small talk to medium talk – help me, pretty please?

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