Answered over 1 year 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...

Answered over 1 year 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!! 

Answered over 1 year 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...

Answered over 1 year ago

Which park/garden that has blossoming flower in July?

Toraneko Toraneko, Lived in Japan

There are numerous parks and gardens in Tokyo and the Kanto area. One of the very best is the Hitachi Seaside Park in Ibaraki. There is also the Showa Kinen Koen, Koishikawa Botanical Garden, Nikko Botanical Garden, Ashikaga Flower Park, and in Chiba there is the Keisei Rose Garden, Mother Farm, ...

Answered over 1 year ago

How to get to Hakone?

Toraneko Toraneko, Lived in Japan

The best money saving and hassle free way is the Hakone Free Pass, if you plan to see all the sights in the area. You can take the Odakyu train from Shinjuku, or if you have a JR Pass or Tokyo Wide Pass, you can take a JR train to Odawara and get the pass there.The Loop Course is a common way to ...

Answered over 1 year ago

I will be visiting Tokyo and planning for a 2D1N trip to Hakone and would like to have Mt.Fuji view as well. However I noticed it's about 1hr journey between Hakone & Kawaguchiko. Also saw there is Fuji-Hakonepass. Need advise on this.

Toraneko Toraneko, Lived in Japan

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...

Answered over 1 year ago

I would like to check if it is wise to purchase Jr Pass 7 Days? Can i check where can i go if we like to go strawberry picking?

Toraneko Toraneko, Lived in Japan

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 ...

Answered over 1 year ago

How to get to Hakone?

Norman Norman, Lived in Japan

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...

Answered over 1 year ago

Am I able to visit Osaka Castle and go to Nara to Todaji Temple and see the deers in one day? Also are we able to hire a local guide to take us there. We will be staying at Universal Port Hotel

Norman Norman, Lived in Japan

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.