61. Shop at a Japanese Super MarketMost Japanese super markets carry few western products. The vast majority of items are only available in Japan. It's interesting to take a look.
62. Chill Out at a Japanese Internet Cafe (Manga Cafe)Japanese internet cafes maintain large libraries of manga. In fact, internet cafes are called mangakissa (manga cafe) in Japan.
Most manga cafes provide private comfortable seating and free beverages. Other services include video games, dvds, magazines, light food, showers and massage chairs.
63. Experience a Yakitori RestaurantYakitori (literally: grilled chicken) restaurants offer a wide variety of skewered chicken and vegetables. Yakitori restaurants tend to be lively drinking places.
64. Visit a Tropical IslandTake a break from the Tokyo urban rush to visit the pristine Okinawan Islands (approximately a 3 hour flight). The more adventurous might want to try the Ogasawara Islands. The only way to get there — a 26 hour ferry from Tokyo.
65. View Japan's Autumn ColorsMost regions of Japan have four seasons. Weather is pleasant in autumn. Temples, shrines and parks are at their most photogenic as trees such as the Ginkgo show their brilliant fall colors.
66. Take a Yakatabune CruiseYakatabune are traditional river boats that feature Japanese interiors (e.g. tatami floors). They're widely used for dinner cruises (usually with open bar). Yakatabune are popular with tourists and for office parties. Tours of Tokyo Bay depart from the Shinagawa area.
67. Become a GeishaSpecialty costume shops in Kyoto specialize in transforming tourists into Geisha and Maiko. It's a unique opportunity to realistically cosplay a Geisha. The experience typically costs 10,000 ~ 40,000 yen ($125 ~ $500 USD). It's a bargain when you consider that Kimono usually cost in excess of 1,000,000 yen ($12,500 USD).
Geisha cosplay is popular amongst Japanese tourists in Kyoto. The costumes are so convincing that it's common for foreign tourists to take their photo thinking they're real Geisha. The locals can easily tell the difference.
68. Enjoy a Japanese Dessert (Wagashi)Wagashi are traditional Japanese desserts. They're available at convenience stores, family restaurants, department stores, grocery stores and traditional Japanese restaurants. Wagashi are served at Japanese Tea Ceremony.
69. Visit OsakaOsaka is the most interesting Japanese urban experience after Tokyo. People in Osaka tend to be outgoing (Tokyo people are far more reserved). You'll meet some real characters in Osaka.
70. Visit a Product ShowroomJapanese electronics and car companies have product showrooms throughout Japan. These showrooms are usually open to the public and don't sell anything (no sales people). They often showcase cutting edge products. In many cases, you can try products out.