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Answered 4 months ago

How do I find a bed for the night for the Rugby in Oita City Oct 2

Goro Goro, Lived in Japan

Hello. Yes it's very difficult to find hotel close to Oita city... So I checked around the next station NishiOita station. it takes just 3mins from Oita station.I found this business hotel. Still available as of today.Business hotel KGhttp://www.hotel-kg.jp/ (only in Japanese)I hope it will help ...

Answered 5 months ago

Where can I pat deers in Tokyo or not too far from it?

Toraneko Toraneko, Lived in Japan

There are only about 2 places, neither of which are close to Tokyo. One is in Nara Park. It has some of the best places to see in Japan. You can buy crackers to feed them, which they love. As for petting them, at best they'll tolerate it but not particularly like it.The other place is on Miyajima...

Answered 5 months ago

Is there a place near Tokyo or Kyoto where I could pet foxes?

Toraneko Toraneko, Lived in Japan

The only place I know in the whole country is the Zao Fox Village in Miyagi. There was another place I visited in Hokkaido about 30 years ago, but I don't even know if they are still there. Nevertheless, at the Zao Fox Village, you are not allowed to touch the foxes - they are not pets and they c...

Answered 5 months ago

Is there a difference between Pasmo and Suica?

Toraneko Toraneko, Lived in Japan

Usage-wise there is virtually no difference. The only real difference is that if you choose to refund yourPasmo card, there is no refund charge. Suica and other cards will pickpocket you up to 220 yen refund the balance.

Answered 5 months ago

Is there a difference between Pasmo and Suica?

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

There are many train companies operating trains and subways in Tokyo. Suica is issued by JR and Pasmo is by other train companies. When you actually use it to pass the gate of trains/buses or use that to buy something at stores, there are no differences. I like the design of suica card better, th...

Answered 5 months ago

What are the must visit places in Tokyo ?

Yukie Iwasaki Yukie Iwasaki, Living in Japan

Seesou-ji temple in Asakusa! Day time visit a lot of people in there. And u can some enjoy Japanese things shopping and enjoy buy eat some Japanese sweets in Naka-mise markets.But, Night time visit, not so much people Quite in there and right up temple it's feel like Romantic in there! ☆

Answered 5 months ago

How can I get Shinkasen tickets online ahead of time?

Toraneko Toraneko, Lived in Japan

I believe you have your question answered, but just to be clear, there are no train tickets with the rail pass. There are seat reservations you can make with an activated pass, and you can reserve seats up to a month in advance. You can easily check rail schedules, transfer info and fares on Hype...

Answered 5 months ago

How can I get Shinkasen tickets online ahead of time?

Group Three Group Three, Lived in Japan

Sorry I just reread your question and thought I may not have clearly answered your question.You cannot get Shinkansen tickets online. You can order and receive a voucher online that you will have to personally redeem for your railpass at one of the major train stations after you arrive in Japan. ...

Answered 5 months ago

How can I get Shinkasen tickets online ahead of time?

Group Three Group Three, Lived in Japan

March is a beautiful time to visit and possibly see the cherry blossoms in Japan!  You should make your seat reservations in advance after activating your rail pass. This will dramatically increase your chances of keeping everyone together. If you are flying into Narita and plan to activate your ...

Answered 5 months ago

I want to know which onsen around Tokyo best in winter

Goro Goro, Lived in Japan

If you don't have time to got far from Tokyo, why not to go to Hotel Emion Tokyo Bayhttps://www.hotel-emion.jp/english/Spa and Holte Maihama Eurasiahttp://www.my-spa.jp/ (sorry only in Japanese)It takes only 20mins from Tokyo station! And close to Tokyo Disney Land!