About a year ago I posted about a “food bucket list” — foods to eat sometime in your life. Since then, I’ve added a handful of those 100 foods to my “eaten” list. I still have at least a handful to try, though.
Today I found another bucket list: a “Japan Bucket List: 8 things you need to do to really understand Japan”
What do you think of this list? Have you tried all 8 things? Do you agree that these 8 experiences are key to understanding Japan? Would you add anything to — or subtract anything from — this list?
I’m a bit embarrassed to admit that I’ve only done half of the things on the list. I’m planning to increase that number to 5 next month, though.
But climbing Mt. Fuji is something I don’t really have a desire to do. Seeing the crowds swarming up and down the mountain, it doesn’t look appealing. But if they do start setting limits, maybe the conditions will improve.
Why do we say “bucket list”? Check the dictionary.