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Wednesday, September 14, 2016

DDNet in Japan #7: A couple of light activities for an easy-pace day


Tourism by Matt S.

Japan can be exhausting. The energy of the city, as well as the sheer number of things to do, means that often, even when you're out for a relaxing day in a beautiful area like Hakone, you find yourself walking... and walking... and walking. A quick look at my iPhone pedometer shows me that in this month to date - less than half way through, I've already walked more in total than any month before this year. And that's especially impressive given that I actually walk an hour to and from work each day back home.

So today I thought I'd run through three activities that don't really require a lot of walking, time, or energy, are located quite close to train stations, and are still authentic Japanese experiences. Use these kinds of events to fill in the gaps in the schedule, or just to enjoy a "take it easy" kind of day.

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DDNet in Japan #7: A couple of light activities for an easy-pace day
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