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I'm in the early stages of planning a three week trip to Japan, and I'm still working out where to go. There's a couple of things on my "to do" list, but I want to find out if there's any activities or attractions that I'd be kicking myself for not seeing if this were my last trip to Japan.

I've done a bit of googling for individuals' bucket lists, but it can be frustrating when the same item gets repeated on multiple lists, such as the Kanamara Matsuri being listed on http://thetravellingdork.com/2012/04/bucket-list-20-things-to-do-when-i-get-to-japan/ and http://www.blakeinjapan.com/japan-bucket-list/

Are there any good web 2.0 style sites, where there is information contributed by several people, without the same attractions being listed multiple times?

Ideally, when appropriate the information would be organized by type of activity and not merely by an individual attraction, so you'd be able to see "See a kabuki play" as an item, rather than having all the different theatres clutter up the list.

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I assume that japanese sites are out of the question? Are you looking for "any stuff / all over japan" or can it be specific sites for specific types of events? –  uncovery Mar 10 '13 at 6:32
    
@uncovery 1) it depends how easy it is to feed the Japanese text into Google Translate, I guess. 2) "Any stuff / all over Japan" is preferred, but I'll appreciate information on specific sites for specific types of events anyway. –  Andrew Grimm Mar 10 '13 at 7:43
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By "Web 2.0" do you mean pretentious, overhyped and pointless? –  DJClayworth Mar 11 '13 at 3:23
    
@DJClayworth you forgot to mention "and a massive time sink"! –  Andrew Grimm Mar 11 '13 at 3:25
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What you could try is Schemer. This is a Google service for sharing and discovering things to do.

Google shut down Schemer on February 7, 2014.

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