We’re starting a new hashtag #NoDramaNoComplain2018. Now, let’s get work done and feel the positivity with these five quick ideas and places to hit up for your New Year’s resolutions. Let’s go!

1. ​Take up a ​new sport – Eastwood Country Club

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Given that Japan is a land of abundant nature, you’re never too far away from a golf course. Take advantage of this by taking up golf in the new year! If you’re undecided where to start, why not begin at Eastwood Country Club? It’s located an hour away from Tokyo by Shinkansen. Plus, you’ll enjoy the greens designed by world-renowned golf course architect, Robert Trent Jones Jr.

2. Get fit – Club360

If your goal for 2018 is to get in shape, then head to Roppongi Hills for training and more at Club 360. Club360 has everything you need to get fit, including classes like Pilates, kickboxing, karate, and more. As a bonus, Club 360 has experienced bilingual staff who will be with you every step of the way.

3. Try a new look – Toni & Guy

There’s no better way to ring in the new year than with a makeover! Whether you want to go for a platinum blonde pixie cut, a sleek black bob, or luxurious auburn locks, Toni & Guy’s expert hairdressers will help you get the look you’ve always wanted to try. (Check directory for locations all over Japan!)


4. Explore Japan – Takamine Onsen

With 47 prefectures and geography ranging from tropical beaches to majestic mountains to impressive sand dunes, it’s a challenge figuring out where to go next in Japan. Go for relaxation and exploration at Takamine Onsen, a scenic hot springs with views like no other, is located 80 minutes from Tokyo. You’ll feel like you’re on top of the world at this hot spring located high in the clouds.

5. Go green – Crayonhouse

Japan is catching on to the going green movement with slogans like “Cool Biz” and “Eco Bag.” Skip all the jargon and head straight to Crayonhouse, a pioneer of the organic movement in Japan. With a wide assortment of products, foods and beverages, and even books and toys, Crayonhouse in Tokyo has everything you need to help you go green in the new year.