will be 2 days in Tokyo before cruise. would like to be advised on areas of interest outside city.WOULD HAVE TO BE DAY TRIP SO CAN RETURN TO HOTEL OVERNIGHT.WOULD APPRECIATE HELP THANKS
We need transportation for 4 people and their luggage from a downtown hotel in Tokyo to the cruise port at Yokohama on May 10th. Because of our ages and having luggage we do not want to take the train. Can we go by taxi and what would be the cost for 4 people...we would need a large taxi or van
I want to know about the various means of transportation around the Japanese capital. I got some information of Japanese train & list of train network listed below.
Can anyone tell me about this.
How long will take to transfer from Narita to Yokohama cruise terminal?
Hi! Where is the best place to stay in Tokyo before going on to Yokohama to take a cruise? What is the easiest way to go to Yokohama from Shinjuku or Ginza area? Can anybody recommend a company that provides tour and transfers?
We will be in Tokyo May 7 - 10, 2014 and hope to take private tours for a party of four. Can anyone recommend a company in Tokyo to do local sites and also take the bullet train to Kyoto? Tried to book Backyard Group but they were all booked for our dates.
I would like to change American Express Traveler's Cheques in Japanese Yen to Japanese Yen cash at Narita Airport.
Will it be possible to do so ? Will it take a very long time (like say 2/3 hours) ? What sort of commission will I have to pay ? Thank you very much for any help offered.
My husband and I and another couple are doing a Princess cruise around Japan. We have decided to spend 3 nights in Tokyo and then 4 nights in Osaka or Kyoto. Never having been there or know much about the country I'd like other travelers opinions. Our age group early 50s.
What to do in Tokyo?
Should we stay in Osaka or Kyoto? Why?
We all like to walk, like lovely food and aren't huge on tours.
If you could help, we'd appreciate it.
Hi, im from singapore..understand frm people that porter, agnes b, samatha thavasa is cheaper in tokyo...what else can i look out for?
Hi, im from singapore, travelling to tokyo on 1st apr. May i know if there is any shopping with affordable prices like bugis street? or any recommended night market if there is?
I know that the forecast already stated it will be around 6th of April for full bloom, I will be in tokyo from 22/4-2/5.
Will I still be able to see it although is not a full bloom?
Saw this and stated there is some during mid April
Need advise thank you so much!
I'm going to Japan for 2 weeks (temp visa) & would like to rent NANO sim for my unlocked iPhone 5s to call internationally (voice ONLY) without getting online.
Any recommendations for the best economic options / service provider, pls
We are staying at the hotel Niwa 1-1-16 Misaki-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. What is the cheapest way to get there without having to carry alot of luggage all over from Narita. I have looked at several maps and I still don't know the best way to get there. Have I mentioned that I'm also cheap. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
hi, we will go to tokyo in april/may for 5 days, we are a family of 6 (4 adults, 2 kids ages 10 yo and 13 yo)
we will be based in shinjuku, and plan to go to shibuya, ginza, tsukiji, akihabara, and ueno.
what will be the best train ticket to buy for this trip?
I will be traveling to Tokyo and want to purchase shell Go stones. Can someone suggest a good place to buy them?
What is the easiest and quickest way to travel to Arimatsu from Tokyo?
We are about to sign up for a 10 day Highlights of Japan Tour departing mid May this year. Tour commences with 2 nights Tokyo one being arrival day, then onto Hakone (1), Takayama (2), Kyoto (4) includes day trip to Hiroshima.
Tokyo tour description: "A carefully crafted walking tour immerses you in the tantalizing streets of Tokyo, including dazzling Harajuku and the peaceful Rikyu Garden. Look down on the city from the Tokyo Tower and take a stunning river cruise to Asakusa."
Tour hotel Tokyo: Grand Prince Hotel Takanawa, which is close to the Shinagawa Train Station, which I am told is a handy location.
I would think we need 2 or 3 nights pre tour to gain an appreciation of Tokyo ( we are not limited on days and could extend to 5 days if there is sufficient sightseeing), we like to explore the city streets , some shopping, eat local foods, visit one or two museums but not spend days inside museums. Appreciate any suggestions re " must see or do".
We could even take a day trip to other towns / cities - Any Suggestions!
For our pre tour days in Tokyo what train pass would you recommend to move around Tokyo?
Anything we should be aware of, eg public holiday closures during May, strikes, bad weather.
We live in Perth Western Australia, day temperature presently peaks anywhere between 32C and 40C and will be like this for several more months. What should we expect Japan May 2014?
I am planning to make a travel to Tokyo. I am stuck in between Disneyland or DisneySEA. I have been to Hong Kong Disneyland, just wanting to know is TDL same as HKDL? And what is the main difference between Disneyland and DisneySEA?
In addition, I am also planning to stay there. I know Disneyland itself have Tokyo Disneyland Hotel, Miracosta and Ambassador Hotel. Which one is the best among the three?
Thank you for your time!
We are going to Tokyo for the first and probably last time this September. We will be in Tokyo for 5 days prior to getting on our cruise ship that will travel to Mt Fuji and other areas.
My husband is 77 and I am 73 we love to walk. We want to see culture and history and gardens and temples.
I need advice on were to stay (not real expensive) and how do I find a tour guide that can show us the Tokyo history.
Is the Hop On Hop Off Bus worth doing with a language barrier?
I will guide my American friends through Tokyo. What's your recommended restaurant to enjoy with them?
They love to drink Sake, and hope to go to Izaka-ya which is crowded with local people.
Hopefully it costs under 5000 yen per person.
After many, many years of dreaming about trip to Tokyo I have finally decided to do it this year and together with my fiancee we will be traveling to Tokyo this April for +/- 2 weeks. After visiting quite a few websites and looking through few travel guides about Tokyo we have decided to split our trip between Tokyo (5-7 days), Kyoto (2 days) and Kamakura, Nikko, Hakkone and Mt Fuji (1 day each). With that in mind can someone be so kind to advise what would be best and reasonably priced way to travel around those destinations? Are there any set-priced tickets which we could use throughout our whole stay which would incl. all our side trips?
Many thanks in advance for all replies.
I am planning on visiting Tokyo towards the end of March. I am a bit overwhelmed by all the different hotels, airbnb, and couchsurfers available. To narrow down my search, I am asking what prefect I would get the most from staying.
I am late 20's male looking to explore the cherry blossoms, the metro, architecture, parks, and temples during the day. At night I would definitely be looking for very lively bars and clubs catering to either tourists or locals.
Thank you all
My husband and I are planning on going to Bangkok but we want to stop in Tokyo for 2-3 days. (we will be flying from Newark, NJ) What would be a good "not too expensive" place to stay? We are on a budget trip but we are aware that Tokyo is a very expensive city. We have traveled around the world and we don't really mind about fancy 5 stars hotels, we only need a clean and safe place to sleep. Thank you!
Hi, We are a group of 6 adults and 2 children travelling to Japan in April. We are planning on staying 4 days (1 day will be for Kamakura visit) / 5 nights in Tokyo. We will than go to Kyoto and spend 4 and a half days in Kyoto in which one of these days will be spent visiting Nara.
I would like to know based on other travelers experience if this allocation of days seams sufficient? Can we see the best of Tokyo in 3 full days or should we forget about Kamakura (since we will be spending some days in Kyoto visiting gardens and temples) and spend 4 full days in Tokyo?
Hi! Me and my friends are planning to go to Japan this year. It will be our first time to visit Japan. When is the best time to visit Tokyo for the cherry blossom?
we are students from Malaysia will go to Tokyo under education trip. can anyone provide us with cheap and halal restaurants that are available there? if possible, we would go to restaurants that are near with places that we are going to visit : yoyogi park, tokyo tower, embassy, disneyland, mount fuji and meiji university
I need help,never been to Japan. Me and my daughter will stop by in Japan for few days . We are hoping to catch the Cherry Blossoms. I need your suggestions and recommendations please.
April 10 - Arrive in Narita at 5pm -enroute to Kyoto (travel time please) Is there a concierge in the airport so we don't have to bring all our luggages, How much per day? Please advise how to get to Kyoto,fare,hotels (Any recommendation - average hotel)
April 11- Universal Studio how to get there and fare
April 12 - enroute to Tokyo in the morning how to get to the hotel from Kyoto. I am looking into Grand Pacific Le Daiba to stay for few nights ( free shuttle to DisneySea) half day city tour in the afternoon
April-13 - Mt Fuji and Hakone Tour April- 14 - DisneySea
April -15 - enroute to Narita Airport
Hi all, I have been to Tokyo twice with a friend but am now planning to visit on my own next September. I guess I'm looking for advice on visiting Tokyo as a single lady. Is there anything I should or shouldn't do, any places I should stay as I've always stayed in a hotel before? Ideally I'd like to take in as much of Tokyo as possible in my two week visit & maybe even see a band if possible & I definitely want to see some baseball (loved this last time I went). However I'm not 100% sure how to go about this on my own so any advice would be really great. Thanks.
Where is the best place in Tokyo to see temples and cherry blossoms when they are in season?