As part of my honeymoon, I am going to be in Tokyo, Japan (Ginza District) for 5 nights. Here is what the tour operator has planned so far, please let me know if I should add/remove things:
1) Mount Fiji & Hakone Tour (Motorcoach 1 day)
2) Tokyo full day tour (Tokyo Observatory, Enjoy a traditional tea ceremony at Happoen Garden, Chinzanso Restaurant lunch. Continue on to the Imperial Palace, and then cruise on the Sumida
River which will take you to Tokyo Bay for a cruise up the Sumida River to Asakusa. You will visit
the Akasuka Kanon Temple and Nakamise Shopping Arcade and the tour will end with a drive
I am particularly interested in amazing food!
We are staying at the Mandarin Oriental.
I've been to Tengu Izakaya branch at Shinjuku Minami Guchi and quite like it. I read that there are many branches but I can't find the store locator. Would like to find one near my hotel which is located at Tennozu Isle. I even read somewhere that there is a branch at Shinagawa. However, not a detailed description of the exact location.
Would anyone be able to help, please?
Will be travelling (2pax) to Tokyo Dec 6-12...or 11..still fixing itinerary.
1. Can anyone recommend a hotel that is convenient for subway travel?
2. We plan to visit disneyland and disneysea???...will two days be enough? How do we get to these resports from the city?
3. Would there be time to get to Osaka universal studios as well and catch an afternoon flight from Tokyo maybe on the 11th then stay at an airport hotel in tokyo for a morning flight leaving Tokyo on te 12th?
Hello! We will be in Tokyo for 2 days and then off to Sendai for a week and then back to Tokyo area. I would like to hire a guide for one day to "get the lay of the land" so to speak, have him/her show us the train system, some local things to see. Any suggestions? Has anyone used "Tours by Locals"? thanks for any and all suggestions. (Any suggestions about Sendai, too, but I might put that in another post.)
I'll be bringing some yen when I go to Japan this month and just exchange my currency to yen when I'm already in Tokyo. Will this be easy to do? Or should I exchange more yen now? What about withdrawing from ATMs? I don't want to bring so much cash. Can I also use a debit card in paying for hotel, etc?
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