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    1. CLAMP COFFEE SARASA - Fresh Roasted Coffee in Kyoto Cozy atmosphere, rustic decor, and bacon cake

      | Mami Suzuki
    2. Nara's Gorgeous Flower-Filled Hasedera Temple Come for the flowers, stay for the eleven-faced deity

      | Mami Suzuki
    3. Riding The World's Shortest Escalator: The Puchicalator The shortest amount of fun we've ever had

      | Koichi
    4. Tokyo's Pop-Up Toy and Candy Shops: Kashiya Yokochou Edoya Relive your childhood or, if you are a child, just live

      | Mami Suzuki
    5. Meguro Gajoen's Million Dollar Toilet Room When you want to know how Scrooge McDuck feels when he urinates. tags: meguro gajoen

      | Mami Suzuki
    6. Mori Otani Pottery Studio Rich with history and hands-on experiences.

      | Rich
    7. SUMO Wrestling at Ryogoku-Kokugikan Sumo wrestling at its finest. The most popular place to see sumo is also the best.

      | Mami Suzuki
    8. Owl Cafe: Fukuro no Mise Yet Another Japanese [Insert Animal Name Here] Cafe

      | Linda Lombardi
    9. Kanzanji - Yet Another Japanese Temple Founded By Kobo Daishi A Temple, A Hole, A Kannon, and a View

      | Koichi
    10. Hamanako Music Box Museum - A Somewhat Magical World Of Automatic Musical Instruments I guess if you really love music boxes...?

      | Koichi
    11. Kuzukiri Lovers Only: Kuzukiri Yamaga Supposedly some really good kuzukiri, if your palate is refined enough

      | Mami Suzuki
    12. Shunkado Unagi Pie Factory - Have Your Pie and Get Eel With it, Too Who ever thought that eel cookies could be so good?

      | Koichi
    13. Suzuhiro Kamaboko, The Fish Cake Museum Delicious fish pressed into a long cake

      | Shoko
    14. Yakushima: Shiratani Unsuikyo The Forest that inspired Princess Mononoke

      | Shoko
    15. Toei Uzumasa Eigamura – Samurai & Ninja Park Get stabbed by a real life samurai actor

      | Mami Suzuki
    16. Aomori Museum Of Modern Art Here to see the big dog

      | Koichi
    17. Fujiko F. Fujio Doraemon Museum Please, come on in to my doko demo door.

      | Shoko
    18. Sannai-Maruyama Jomon Historical Site What Japan was like, a long, long time ago

      | Koichi
    19. Fresh Egg Vending Machine Straight from the chicken's butt to a machine to your mouth

      | Mami Suzuki
    20. The Sea Urchin, Squid Ink, & Natto Ice Cream Of Kita No Aisu Ya San, Otaru Sea urchin & squid ice cream, anyone?

      | Koichi
    21. TanKuma - Raw Egg On Rice Restaurant Eat some delicious tamago-kake-gohan and then poop in a bear

      | Mami Suzuki
    22. Me Me Me Cafe - A Taste of Portland, In Tokyo A Cafe, by a Japanese man

      | Koichi
    23. Gotokuji Temple - Cats, Cats, Cats, and... Cats? Meow

      | Shoko
    24. Amanohashidate Ride the monorail, look at the water, don't get eaten by a bear

      | Austin
    25. Shimokitazawa, Tokyo A more relaxed, and less cramped, than Shibuya or Shinjuku

      | Austin
    26. Yanaka, Tokyo Tokyo's Hidden Gem

      | Linda Lombardi
    27. Goat Cafe Sakuraoka You've seen cat cafes galore, but nothing like this!

      | Linda Lombardi
    28. Hanayashiki Amusement Park: Tiny, Old, And A Lot of Fun Does older = More fun?

      | Linda Lombardi
    29. Omotesando Koffee - A Tiny, Intimate Coffee Experience Beautiful Koffee, with a K.

      | Koichi
    30. Jiufen: The Real Life Spirited Away It's all there: food, red lanterns, onsen, and more

      | Koichi
    31. Mt. Koya, One of Japan's Most Beautiful Destinations Let's go attain enlightenment

      | Koichi
    32. Fuji-Q Highland Why Go To Mt. Fuji When You Can Go To Koichi’s Favorite Amusement Park?

      | John
    33. Yoro Park: The Site Of Reversible Destiny The kind of park that rents out helmets

      | Koichi
    34. Zauo - The Japanese Restaurant Where You Catch Your Own Fish Where the fish are always biting

      | Koichi
    35. Tashirojima, Japan's Famous Cat Island It's Like a Cat Lady in Island Form

      | Koichi