There are so many hotels in Tokyo. You probably want to set the budget and find the adequate hotel.Tokyo has so many unique accommodations such as the capsule hotel, Ryokan, hotel... If you want to feel Japan, then try capsule hotel and Ryokan.
I would suggest Ishikawa or Mitani. Both restaurants are pretty popular, so it's better to order the travel agent to make a reservation!Ishikawa: http://www.kagurazaka-ishikawa.co.jp/english/index_e.html
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I think the fastest and most effective way to find them is online. But if you want to find them face to face, then go to a bar that is popular among foreigners is the most effective I think.
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I would suggest Shinkansen train from Tokyo station to Sapporo. You can take a plane (faster and cheaper than Shinkansen), but Shinkansen can enjoy the view of Japan!
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How about Tofu? As you know that Tofu could be eatable anywhere else in Japan, but that the Tofu that was made by Kyoto's high-quality clear water is a highly recommendable to eat.
I would say Suica. I had a Suica card and could use it in Kansai area without a problem. But you cannot use the Suica card for Shinkansen train. For the other purpose, Suica was useful!
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Yes, that is possible. There are some ways to get Tokyo by the taking the train.Take a train from Hakone Yumoto station to Odawara station -> then change the train for Shinkansen train to Tokyo.And another one is to take a Romance car from Hakone Yumoto to Shinjuku without transferring the train.
I believe that Takayama should be more famous and popular sightseeing place of Japan! Takayama has the old style of the street that you can feel the historical part of Japan. And Takayama has a very rich nature! You can go hiking, caving, rafting, and camping to see and feel the rich nature there...
I would suggest Goura Onsen. The water of Goura has 5 different colors, and each of them has the virtue of a water. Because of each water has the different virtue, you probably will find the one that you need!
I would say Kanto is suitable. If you are flying into Tokyo, then you easily can drive around.Chiba, Yamanashi, Kanagawa, and Shizuoka... These areas are relatively warm in December.For instance, Chiba, Chiba has toll road which is the longest sandy coast in Japan, and that the toll road goes alo...
There is too much choice for the Anime shops in Japan! But if you are visiting Tokyo, then the well-known place to visit is Akihabara! I almost sure that you will find the goods that you want!Animate: https://www.animate.co.jp/shop/akihabara/Kotobukiya: http://en.kotobukiya.co.jp/kotobukiya-akiha...
It might have surprised, but dining out is relatively cheap in Japan! There are so many kinds of meal you can find with a reasonable price! You will surely find a great meal there!
You can hire the professional guide from the travel agents. Or you can find the free guide who works as a volunteer: http://www.tokyofreeguide.org/
If you are going to Tokyo, then visit Tsukiji! Probably, it will be your first experience to see that many fishes! There are so many kinds of fish you can buy! Also, there are many eating places include Sushi, so you will never get disappointed from Tsukiji!
How about- Watch the May Sumo tournament at the Kokugikan- Visit various museums- Watch the baseball at Tokyo Dome- Go to Asakusa- Visit Tsukiji fish market- Go to Mt.Fuji area by bus (there should be a good season for Shibazakura!!)The beginning of May is the big Japanese holiday season, so I wo...
The fastest to understanding the Japanese daily life is to stay at Japanese family, I think.You can find the host family online now a day. There are so many agents who support to do that. Or even you can use the Airbnb for that. Why don't you try that once? I guess that is the best way to live wi...
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Japan is a miracle country for the delicious food! It is hard to find, not tasty food in Japan. Japanese sweets, meats, fishes, soups, bakery... they are so good! Even the Japanese fruits are so amazing! Don't be particular about food and try everything in Japan!
You can exchange the currency at the banks, post offices, currency exchange booths in Japan. But most of the rates and commissions are almost the same. However, I think that Daikokuya (大黒屋) could be the best place to change the currency among them.http://shop.e-daikoku.com/info/spot/list?c_dcflg1...
I have used a travel agent. They can reserve any kind of restaurants! However, if you want to go to a famous restaurant, then you got to be in a hurry! The famous restaurants start accepting the reservation prior to 2-3 month!Good luck!
I already stated before, but how about ＠ほぉ～むカフェ (at home cafe http://www.cafe-athome.com/)?It is one of the longest-established maid cafes in Akihabara! It's not too much to say that they are the pioneer of the maid cafe who made commonly known to the public of Japan and the world!
Hi! Please refer https://hubjapan.io/questions/best-day-trips-from-tokyo.Depends on the season, you can find so many different options!
If you are going to visit Tokyo, then I would say "Matsuri" at the Tokyo Station. The Ekiben shop "Matsuri" has more than 200 kinds of Ekiben from all over Japan!
Basically, the Onsen is not that expensive, it's more like affordable. It depends on where you are going to visit, but how about trying to start off Oedo Onsen Monogatari (in Tokyo)? It's not an authentic type of Onsen, but it's more like amusement type, however, the good point is that you can tr...
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That's a pretty tough question! Because of all the restaurants at Tsukiji meet your expectation.Though my experience, even the street food at Tsukiji beyond my expectation easily.As for me, Tsukiji is the wonderland of the Japanese food!
Yes, that is indeed possible. The JR East-South Hokkaido Rail Pass can be used to get Aizu Wakamatsu and then on the Tadami Line too! I think this map can useful for your trip: http://www.jreasthokkaido.com/e/img/img_routemap.pngHave a great trip!