Rappungi district for some ridiculous night life and people watching. Osaka via the bullet train for some centuries old culture, everything here is actually old not remade in the late 50's after someone blew it all up. Tokyo is always a blast, the tokyo tower is mid blowingly high and cheap to visit and there is a lady out front that puts on a ridiculous show with live monkeys. Tsukujii fish market is incredible but requires a 0500 showtime for the tour. Shinjuku is the main toursit spot and the typical downtown area full of tons of stuff to do. Most importantly the FOOD! Ordering Orion beers will make them think you're not just a tourist as long as you pronounce it O-re-on not O-ri-on. If you've got two days visit and climb Fuji, less than that is a waste. It's only a good climb not a great place to visit unless you want to actually climb it. Hokkaido is up north and great for a quick ski/hot springs trip and its the place to be in the winter. Learn some japanese its easier than you think. Good morning afternoon and night, beer, and please should do it. Enjoy its a great place to visit. FYI I spelled al the Japanese words wrong in this email so get on google and plan the trip.
Fuel Moto stage 1 w/ 4" slash up pipes and a PC Vision
Hog Tunes in place of the factory "speakers"
Mirrors I found in my garage and just a few skulls
Cee Baileys opaque windshield that looks great but is impossible to see through