Hi,Not sure what the question is. You could spend 1 day in Hakone and a day at the Fuji 5 Lakes. If so, the Fuji Hakone Pass is a good way to save money. As for the view of Fuji, a lot depends on the weather and it is notorious for being uncooperative. Best chances to see it clearly are in the au...
Hi...is that your entire itinerary? Are you returning to Tokyo or leaving Japan through KIX?Given what you write, you are not traveling enough to make a JR Pass pay off. For Hakone, you can save some money with a Hakone Free Pass. If you can't use a JR Pass to save money, you could use a Kansai ...
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Experience Japan’s best ski resorts whether you’re an avid skier, snowboarder or just for being in the white powdery snow.
You should bring long sleeve shirts /knits & a heavy coat.But if you won't, the best way is to get "heat-tech(most famous inner ware)" at UNIQLO when you come to Japan ;-)
Discover delicious sake in these traditional breweries, not too far from Tokyo but not too near the city’s crowds! Here is a list of the most ancient and recommended breweries in and around Tokyo.
When you are in Japan, you should experience a modern Japanese entertainment show! FUERZA BRUTA WA! is a 70-minute neo-Japanesque performance in Shinagawa, Tokyo.
The best places for viewing autumn leaves in Japan capture the best sights nature has to offer. Introducing from Hokkaido to Kyoto! Let’s not miss this time of the season!
Hi, I would take Odakyu line from Shinjuku as it would be the most convenient way.
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It depends on where you are, but if you are from Tokyo, then you have 4 main ways to get Hakone.1. Limited Express "Romancecar" From Shinjuku to Hakone-Yumoto takes about 85 minutes about 2100JPY <<-- recommended!2. Local train You need to change the lines, but it is the most reasonable way to g...
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Yes, that is possible! Between Osaka Castle and Nara Todaji Temple is only 35 km distance. You can take a cab or bus between these sightseeing points.And you can find the guide in the local or non-local travel agent. They will arrange the tour with a guide.
It seems like you are going to travel a lot around Japan. Japan Rail Pass is worth it if you are traveling long distances and using Shinkansen (bullet trains). The one-way ticket of Shinkansen from Tokyo to Kyoto costs about 13,000 yen. Strawberry picking usually open from January but "Grandberry...
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It’s not the most popular area to visit among tourists in Tokyo, but Ikebukuro in the city’s northwestern corner certainly is not without its share of hidden gems and amazing attractions to offer. From shopping to anime, this busy district is an ideal destination for those who seek quirky enterta...
Not exactly everything. Most of the privately owned restaurants and bars may be closed around 30 December to 3 January. It really depends on the restaurant/bars so it is very hard to say which one is open and which one is closed. If you have particular places you want to go, you should check i...
Hatsumode means "the first visit to the shrine in the year". So it's not something available or not, your first visit to the shrine will be called "Hatsumode". Some shrines have special events during new years, such as distributing amazake drinks, music performances, etc, but it depends on shrine...
I was born and grow up in tokyo. So I’ve never thought about sightseeing in tokyo. But.. last summer I visited Tokyo skytree with my European friends and .. it was wonderful !!!There are often nice events so please check it out !http://www.tokyo-skytree.jp/If it is too complicated to arrange book...
How about Universal Countdown Party of Universal Studios Japan? They have the special pass for the New Year Eve and you can use the Party Pass for 26 hours long! There will be the great fireworks too! It is the must visit place if you are in Osaka for the New Year Eve!http://www.usj.co.jp/e/
I would like to recommend visiting Fushimi Inari Taisha in Kyoto. (http://inari.jp/en/) 1,000 torii is very famous and you will be able to feel you are in mysterious world. If you like Japanese traditional sweets (Wagashi), you can try to eat daifuku at Inari Futaba.
I suggest to visit < Bunkasai > at university. In November many universities organise event/show/festival. We call that < Bunkasai >. You can just visit school or participate the event. There are many cafe, shops which are prepared by students. You can see and fell the real Japanese school life. ...
You should definitely experience nature in Japan :)Especially snow is going to be very beautiful in winter. Visit around Hokkaido, maybe Biei/Furano area or snow hike in Oirase Gorge in Aomori. The snowy places are so quiet and romantic.
There are many kid-friendly places in Tokyo.Amusement parks, aquarium, Kid-o-kid, kidzania, fast food and family restaurants, etc.This article may help you: https://hubjapan.io/articles/best-attractions-activities-in-tokyo-for-children-to-enjoy