So you landed in Japan on an ESL grant or some other job, hoping that you might be able to live in Tokyo or Yokohama, but instead you were posted in some one-horse town in the boonies. Japan is known for its powder snow in the north, scuba diving points in the south, and lots of hiking trails in between. There are millions of enthusiasts of both river fishing and sea fishing. Depending on where you live, there are places to go canoeing, or rafting, or cave exploring.
October 12, 2018