Answered over 2 years ago

Which is the nicest traditional ryokan with onset in Hakone?

Jeff Saito Jeff Saito, Living in Japan

Fujinoya Ryokan is the most traditional ryokan in Hakone but we cannot stay in there because of renovation to 2020.Another one, I recommend you Ryuguden which is traditional and gorgeous. In addition, we feel japan traditional atomosphere and good scenery.Finally, Many hotel and Ryokan, have trad...

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Answered over 2 years ago

Where should we stay East of Tokyo?

Deleted User Deleted User, Living in Japan

Hi, as Goro said, Narita-san could be a good option the rest would not be so interesting in my opinion. From Tokyo to Narita, there are many direct transportations whether bus or trains. Why don't you stay one of on those ways like Oshiage? It take just an hour so. This is just my idea and it mig...

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Answered over 2 years ago

Where should we stay East of Tokyo?

Deleted User Deleted User, Living in Japan

I think you should go Narita because there is an old town and a traditional shrine near the narita station.You can see some  japanese traditions I think.

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Answered over 2 years ago

Where should we stay East of Tokyo?

Goro Goro, Lived in Japan

Hello! I love to go to Naritasan (temple). http://www.naritasan.or.jp/english/There are annually events and nice to visit. From station to the temple, many shops and restaurants/cafes. Before leaving from Japan, you can enjoy last night!! Regarding a hotel, I can’t suggest as I’ve never stayed.. ...

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Answered over 2 years ago

I will be in Tokyo for 2 days at the end of January with my son who is 23. We are staying at Conrad Tokyo. What are the best things to do and see in two days?

Junya Sakamoto Junya Sakamoto, Living in Japan

Hello,Conrad Hotel area is very convince.Close to Japanese big fish market .It is called Tsukiji fish market .you can eat delicious sushi there.Also very close Japanese beautiful garden.It is called Hamarikyu Garden.also very close to Ginza area .you can walk around safety and clean town.maybe yo...

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Answered over 2 years ago

If you had one day in Tokyo what would you do? Children aged 11 and 9.

Goro Goro, Lived in Japan

Hello. I recommend Odaiba. It's Tokyo bay area. Not far from the center of Tokyo. There are many nice/kawaii shops, restaurants, beautiful view, Lego land, big game center,   Gandam café and Fuji TV etc. You can even take a boat to see a beautiful view in night and day! www.gotokyo.org/en/tourist...

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Answered over 2 years ago

If you had one day in Tokyo what would you do? Children aged 11 and 9.

Junya Sakamoto Junya Sakamoto, Living in Japan

Hello ,If you stay in Tokyo with children,i will recommend Asakusa area and Ueno area.Asakusa is very tourist town ,you can feel Japanese cultures there also Ueno is very close Asakusa area.Ueno has very famous Zoo and museum.also big park and you can eat japanese street food Ameyoko Ueno area 

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Answered over 2 years ago

If you had one day in Tokyo what would you do? Children aged 11 and 9.

Midori Midori, Living in Japan

Hi,Places for children- Kidzaniaa place for children to experience work (sweets factory, firefighter, train motorman etc.)- Tokyo Skytree / Skytown / aquarium- Ueno Zoo- Tokyo Dome City- Tokyo Disneyland / Tokyo Disney SeaPlaces for adults- Tsukiji Fish Market / Ginza- Asakusa / Kappa-bashi kitch...

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Answered over 2 years ago

hello there, i'm planning to visit Tokyo in September and i'm really fun of manga and anime. Should be someone can help me, where i can go and how can i go?

Midori Midori, Living in Japan

Hi,Wherever you stay, you can take a train to Akihabara.To get to Akihabara station,- JR line: Sobu line, Yamanote line, Keihin-Tohoku line- Tokyo Metro: Hibiya linehttp://akiba.or.jp/english/access/index.htmlIn Akihabara, you can find lots of anime shops. If you want to buy manga, you can find s...

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Answered almost 3 years ago

Where can I find a private onsen in Tokyo?

Goro Goro, Lived in Japan

In Tokyo, it’s difficult to find onsen and have a private onsen but I know one onsen in Tokyo.http://www.spa-nagomi.com/You can reserve private onsen with some condition. I hope this information will help you!! 

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Answered almost 3 years ago

I will be arriving in Tokyo in the early morning (staying in the Taito area) other than the fish markets and visiting the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum. What should I do on my first day?

Midori Midori, Living in Japan

I guess visiting Tsukiji fish market and the museum is enough for the first day... If you want to add more activities, there are some options.- Walk around in Ginza, which is within working distance from the fish market- Visit Ueno zoo (it should be super crowded due to more people to see the bab...

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