3 Weeks In Japan In Winter?
I'm looking ahead to this Christmas and New Year and my first thoughts on how to spend my 3 week holiday is to get a three week rail pass for Japan and see the country more (went to Tokyo for 10 days a few years back.
I've had a wee read and I know Japan is for the most part cold and reasonably dry in winter. I'd like to know if anyone has any experience of being in the country at that time? And what kinds of things do people recommend I should definitely get out and do when I'm there? I'd like to see Sapporo and Hokkaido all the way down to Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Like I said I've seen Tokyo so I'd only look to spend maybe a few days there, and I'd most likely fly in and out of Narita.
Half the fun of the travel is the esthetic of lostness.
Statue of liberty in/near hachinohe
The burial place of Jesus Christ (and his brother. Evidentially after he arose, he snuck off to Japan and he and his brother married some Japanese girls and stayed in northern rural Japan until they died at age ~150)
The snow monkeys near Aomori --- which can be viewed while lounging in outside
I never saw it because it's not my thing, but the world's largest arcade is somewhere in Aomori prefecture (and they do have awesome arcades in Japan even for a non-gamer like me)
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