So, next year I am going to Japan for a bit. I've been wanting to go for around two decades now, so it's a pretty big deal inside mine own head as to what I'll see and hear and taste and feel and experience over there. My compatriot and I have been in the advanced stages of planning this excursion for several months now, and we are nearing our deadline for locking in who and what and where we should see. However, I got to thinking to myself, as I am want to do, why not leverage the notional powers of this harmonious digital webiscape and get your suggestions and comments on the matter at hand. What say you? Will you stand up and be counted by listing awesome places for me to see, and dope experiences for me to be enthralled by?
Now, we each have our lists of places we want to visit already, but I'm not going to tell you what they are because I don't want to influence any of your information. Other than to say that we will be spending time in and around both Tokyo and Kyoto, and will each have a Japan Rail Pass.
I'm looking for things to avoid, resources to help learn the language and customs, places that I absolutely have to see. As I've said, we're already pretty far down this path, but you duders seems like a cool bunch who might know about some sick hipster Nippon-koku shit.
ありがとう。 (Thank you.)
Oh, and I will be photographing and filming the whole trip. Screw @jeff for being too lame to Raid, I'll get this shit done...English style. So also let me know about which terrible Japanese pantie games you want to see awkwardly bought from dingy-ass back alley shops in Japan.