There are plenty of sightseeing areas where you can enjoy the beautiful sights of the four Japanese seasons, like cherry blossoms, autumn foliage, and snowscapes. While of course going around shrines and temples, dressing up like an apprentice geisha, watching sumo matches or kabuki plays are all recommended, don't forget to check out the pop culture world of manga and anime!
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