Answered over 1 year ago

I am traveling with a friend to japan for 2 weeks in October. We are trying to go to Tokyo, Kyoto, and Osaka. Is there any must do's for a first time traveler in these cities, as far as sights, or places to eat etc.

Toraneko Toraneko, Lived in Japan

You need to make an itinerary for what you want, and only you know what you like best. Japan has many different aspects - its many temples/shrines, castles, shopping, arts, museums, gardens, hot springs, hiking, folk crafts, festivals, nature, pop culture, cuisine and so on.So what interest...

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Answered over 1 year ago

Interest in Japanese Culture ancient buildings sights,No Western affects

Toraneko Toraneko, Lived in Japan

You will find no shortage of temples and shrines in Kyoto - enough to last over a year. If you want to see the more traditional areas, there is Higashiyama, not to mention in the evening Pontocho and Gion.Kanazawa also has its chaya areas but the crown jewel of the city is the Kenrokuen Garden - ...

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Answered over 1 year ago

Interest in Japanese Culture ancient buildings sights,No Western affects

slim slim, Never been to Japan

We are in Tokyo for 3 days,Kanazawa for 1,then to Shirikawa,and on to Takayama.To Kyoto for 2 days,Hiroshima 2 days then to Nara finishing at Osaka for 2 days.SO our joy would be seeing Japanese old Shrines,Gardens ,Giesha areas,Sumo practise area knowing that the Sumo season will be over when we...

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Answered about 2 years ago

Any Budget Ryokan or Onsen Hotel at Hakone?

Goro Goro, Lived in Japan

Hi! As you know, there are so many kind of Ryokan and Onsen. So it is difficult to say a budget...  But I suggest to check with website. I know one good website in English to find all kind of Ryokan and hotel in Japan. Then of course you can check them at Hakone.https://www.japanican.com/en/  

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Answered about 2 years ago

Hi,I'm coming to Japan for the first time, what should I visit to understand better the Japanese culture?

Toraneko Toraneko, Lived in Japan

"Japanese culture" is extremely broad - you need to find more about what you like. For example, its food, music, castles, arts, temples/shrines, nature, gardens, hiking, night life, museums, shopping, history, and much more.No visit to Japan would be complete without going to a nice hot spring (o...

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