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Off the beaten track in Japan (Recommendation, please)

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I've been to these major Japanese cities (Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Kobe, Kyoto, Fukushima, Kumamoto, Sendai, Sapporo, and many others) and done "the usual." Now I'm looking for that unique, unusual, off-the-beaten track, experience in Japan. I prefer train travel. And I don't need English speaking places (actually, I prefer not----so as to get a more in depth travel experience). I like scenery, food, and any interesting experience. Where have you gone that you would recommend? Or what have you done that was interesting that you would recommend? It wouldn't matter if there were no westerners around, either (actually, I prefer that, too) Thanks!!

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