Japan: Pack your best socks and stockings
Japanese don't wear shoes in homes, temples, or traditional inns. Having shoes you can quickly slip in and out of is a decided advantage. Take wool socks (checking first for holes!) to help you through those shoeless occasions during the winter.
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