My partner and I are planning to go to Japan for around two weeks, probably the first two weeks of April. We will take a tent and mainly camp, although a few nights in cool places would be nice.
In April this year we went to Sicily and did between 75-100km a day, although I guess on average there will be more climbing in Japan. It would be nice to see as much as possible, but we also don't want to be rushing or stressing about distances. Beautiful roads and scenery are much more important than ticking off sights.
So my main questions are:
Where should we go (I've heard Hokkaido is amazing, but probably too cold at that time of year).
Are there any must do things, aside from cycling? - I think we would like to spend a day or two in Tokyo.
Any other tips/suggestions/inside info?
I know that there are some people on here who live in, have connections to or have at least ridden in Japan so it would be great to hear your thoughts - @xDOMx @Jaap @roboto
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