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TheBryanJZX90
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(03-21-2017, 01:26 AM)
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Originally Posted by UnluckyKate

Amazing thanks. Are they good tours ? Would you recommend ? The tours seem rather interesting !

Also I'm finding all kind of hotel and ryokans around the lake near Fuji san. From 150$ to 430$ the night. Everything depends of the view and the bath... I'll let my dad decide how much he values the view from the room and / or baths.

I wonder if it's not better to take a much cheaper ryokan, and spend more on a great famous bath for the view...

I've stayed at Sunnide Resort in Kawaguchiko, which has guest rooms with a private outdoor baths attached that have a view of Mt. Fuji. But I can't really say if the views were any better or worse than anywhere else because that's the only one I saw! Food was great though. Also if you go to Kawaguchiko make sure to get some hotoh noodles, like a thicker udon with lots of pumpkin, it's the best and I still remember it six years later. Also watch out for monkeys.
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Hi everyone, I'll be making a trip next month that will include 3-ish days in Sapporo. I haven't been up north before, so does anyone have good suggestions on things to do mid-April? (I'll be going with my mom, who isn't really a fan of venturing into the wild... which might be an issue.)
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Planning on coming back for Trip #3 later this year, probably doing Tokyo again.

I've stayed in Shibuya both previous times but I wanna look somewhere else.

Proximity to the Oedo Line would be most convenient but I'm probably looking into a hostel or AirBnb (depending if I am traveling with others) and having a convenient nightlife and cool cafe/coffee spots would be awesome.

I've never spent time in Roppongi Hills hows that these days?

Originally Posted by MikeHattsu

Could do day trips to the Shima peninsula, Inuyama to check out the castle, Kiso valley, maybe even Takayama and check out Moricoro Park in Nagakute as well. :P

After checking various ideas I think I'm gonna use the opportunity and take the Hayabusa and have a good in Hokkaido. It's maybe geographically not the smartest option but why not?
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Originally Posted by alittlelove

Hi everyone, I'll be making a trip next month that will include 3-ish days in Sapporo. I haven't been up north before, so does anyone have good suggestions on things to do mid-April? (I'll be going with my mom, who isn't really a fan of venturing into the wild... which might be an issue.)

Check out Otaru with the canal, glassworks and music boxes and Noboribetsu with the hall valley and hot springs.
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that gohan post reminds me... any recommendation for a dictionary? I mean for everyday use.
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MikeHattsu
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Originally Posted by TCRS

that gohan post reminds me... any recommendation for a dictionary?

Google translate :P
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Originally Posted by TCRS

that gohan post reminds me... any recommendation for a dictionary? I mean for everyday use.

As far as offline dictionaries go, JED works well on Android phones and you can even search kanji by radical if you can tell them apart. Japanese classmates also mentioned another app called Takoboto, I think.
MikeHattsu
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Cherry blossoms in Tokyo now then:
http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/201...y-wet-weather/

Tokyo was rainy and cold on the first day sakura cherry blossoms officially began blooming in the nation’s capital.

On Tuesday morning, agency officials found five flowers on a someiyoshino tree in Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo’s Chiyoda Ward. This met the agency’s conditions for declaring the start of the someiyoshino blooming season. The cherry variety is the most common and popular in Japan.

Tokyo is the first city in the country to meet the standard this year, five days earlier than average, an agency official told The Japan Times.

According to the latest predictions by Weather Map Co., Fukuoka is likely to see someiyoshino bloom on Friday, followed by Nagoya (March 29), Osaka (April 2), Sendai (April 11), Niigata (April 13), Aomori (April 25) and Sapporo (May 1). Full bloom is generally seen seven to 10 days from the kick-off.

Laevateinn
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Originally Posted by TCRS

that gohan post reminds me... any recommendation for a dictionary? I mean for everyday use.

I use imiwa? on my iPhone.

Originally Posted by MikeHattsu

Cherry blossoms in Tokyo now then:
http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/201...y-wet-weather/

Still there in 2 or 3 weeks?
MikeHattsu
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(03-21-2017, 04:43 PM)
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Originally Posted by Laevateinn

Still there in 2 or 3 weeks?

In 2 weeks, sure, but probably not in 3 weeks. There's late blooming kinds other than someiyoshino that'll be around though.
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Originally Posted by MikeHattsu

In 2 weeks, sure, but probably not in 3 weeks. There's late blooming kinds other than someiyoshino that'll be around though.

We arrive on the 3rd so we'll just have to do all our Tokyo hanami early then. Kyoto should be okay on the 9th-12th?
MikeHattsu
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Originally Posted by Laevateinn

Kyoto should be okay on the 9th-12th?

Yep


Unless there's lots of unexpected 'bad' weather of course :P
Evon
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(03-21-2017, 08:47 PM)
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I'm trying to work out a rough schedule at the moment for my visit in August. Is there a preferred order of visiting at least Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Hiroshima and anything interesting in between (ideas welcome!) if I'm arriving at and leaving from Osaka (KIX)? Flights are significantly cheaper to Osaka than to Tokyo for me. Also, I'll be in Kobe for the first of three weeks total anyway due to work. I haven't done much research on what places I want to visit in each city yet, but I guess 3-5 days in Tokyo and 1-3 days in each of the other cities is appropriate?
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MikeHattsu
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Originally Posted by Evon

I'm trying to work out a rough schedule at the moment for my visit in August. Is there a preferred order of visiting at least Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Hiroshima and anything interesting in between (ideas welcome!) if I'm arriving at and leaving from Osaka (KIX)? Flights are significantly cheaper to Osaka than to Tokyo for me. Also, I'll be in Kobe for the first of three weeks total anyway due to work. I haven't done much research on what places I want to visit in each city yet, but I guess 3-5 days in Tokyo and 1-3 days in each of the other cities is appropriate?

Could just do several day trips from Kobe to Kyoto, Osaka and Hiroshima. In Tokyo you could spend a week+ and not see everything ;p
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Originally Posted by MikeHattsu

Could just do several day trips from Kobe to Kyoto, Osaka and Hiroshima. In Tokyo you could spend a week+ and not see everything ;p

Yup this is a good idea.
Laevateinn
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(03-21-2017, 09:34 PM)
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Does the Robot Restaurant change their show or will it be basically the same as last time?
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Originally Posted by MikeHattsu

Could just do several day trips from Kobe to Kyoto, Osaka and Hiroshima. In Tokyo you could spend a week+ and not see everything ;p

I hadn't even thought about just staying in the area and doing day trips. That would be more convenient with respect to hotel/airbnb too. JR Pass Shinkansen from Kobe to Hiroshima is just around 80 minutes it seems, that's really quick. I guess I overestimated the distances or underestimated the speed of the trains in my mind.

Thanks for the tip! I'm sure I'll be back with many questions over the coming months. :)
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(03-21-2017, 10:40 PM)
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Originally Posted by Zyzyxxz

Planning on coming back for Trip #3 later this year, probably doing Tokyo again.

I've stayed in Shibuya both previous times but I wanna look somewhere else.

Proximity to the Oedo Line would be most convenient but I'm probably looking into a hostel or AirBnb (depending if I am traveling with others) and having a convenient nightlife and cool cafe/coffee spots would be awesome.

I've never spent time in Roppongi Hills hows that these days?

Alright so I lived in Akasaka, which is basically Roppongi, for a semester and never got the vibe that Roppongi was as seedy as its reputation sounds. Until the day I left. 4 AM in a taxi going through Roppongi and it was MORE CROWDED than it was at any other time of day.

It's pretty nice tho. Really good fish and chip shop in front of Tokyo Midtown, not that you need to know...
hwalker84
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(03-21-2017, 11:16 PM)
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Facebook memories popped up today... It's been exactly two years since the last time I went.
Laevateinn
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(03-21-2017, 11:34 PM)
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Originally Posted by hwalker84

Facebook memories popped up today... It's been exactly two years since the last time I went.

So, when are you going next? Tomorrow?
MikeHattsu
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(03-21-2017, 11:47 PM)
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Originally Posted by Laevateinn

Does the Robot Restaurant change their show or will it be basically the same as last time?

Hm... There might be some slight changes, but it also depends on how long it was since last time you went.
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Originally Posted by Merchandise

Alright so I lived in Akasaka, which is basically Roppongi, for a semester and never got the vibe that Roppongi was as seedy as its reputation sounds. Until the day I left. 4 AM in a taxi going through Roppongi and it was MORE CROWDED than it was at any other time of day.

It's pretty nice tho. Really good fish and chip shop in front of Tokyo Midtown, not that you need to know...

Definitely depends what days you go out no matter where you are in this country. It tends to be everyone goes out on certain days/weekends. Things like end of the semester/exams for college aged people, coming of age ceremony (tends to be the worst imo since a lot of them are heavy drinking for the first time @.@) work parties/end of contract workers parties and what not.

They all fall around the same times throughout the year so your nights out may vary depending on the crowd it brings out lol.

Anyway got next week off and looking to travel/burn money on nothing. Can't decide where to go since it looks like my adventure to Korea might be off since my friend wants to go... but later this year -eyeroll- Probably going to hit Osaka for sure since its the cheapest flight from my area but not sure where to adventure to after.
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Originally Posted by MikeHattsu

In 2 weeks, sure, but probably not in 3 weeks. There's late blooming kinds other than someiyoshino that'll be around though.

That is a good tip to look for the late-bloomers if you miss the earlier cherry blossoms. In 2015 I was in Tokyo in mid-April and I had to go to the big Shinjuku Garden (Southeast of the Shinjuku station) to see any cherry blossoms at all. Thankfully they had a lot of the late-blooming trees. The trees elsewhere were already naked and had petals all over the nearby ground.
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(03-22-2017, 01:50 AM)
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Well I'm here eating breakfast at the hotel in akihabara. I'm supposed to check out in an hour, but I want to shop a bit before hauling my luggage. You can extend the stay for an hour for 1000 yen, or apparently you can leave your luggage in the lobby after checking out and they'll hold it. It's kind of out in the open under a net.. Do you think it's safe or should I extend the stay for an hour?
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Originally Posted by Polioliolio

Well I'm here eating breakfast at the hotel in akihabara. I'm supposed to check out in an hour, but I want to shop a bit before hauling my luggage. You can extend the stay for an hour for 1000 yen, or apparently you can leave your luggage in the lobby after checking out and they'll hold it. It's kind of out in the open under a net.. Do you think it's safe or should I extend the stay for an hour?

Yes is pretty safe.
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Originally Posted by MikeHattsu

Hm... There might be some slight changes, but it also depends on how long it was since last time you went.

It's been a year and half. I'll probably go anyway. I just wanted to know if I should expect the same thing.
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Originally Posted by Polioliolio

Well I'm here eating breakfast at the hotel in akihabara. I'm supposed to check out in an hour, but I want to shop a bit before hauling my luggage. You can extend the stay for an hour for 1000 yen, or apparently you can leave your luggage in the lobby after checking out and they'll hold it. It's kind of out in the open under a net.. Do you think it's safe or should I extend the stay for an hour?

Yes, it's safe. Don't worry about it. Japan is very very very safe country. I asked all of my hotels to hold the luggage in the lobby and it was fine.
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Yes, it's safe. Don't worry about it. Japan is very very very safe country. I asked all of my hotels to hold the luggage in the lobby and it was fine.

I forgot a pair of skechers at the lobby of the Omori Seaside Inn in Shinagawa.

I have the strangest feeling they'll be there waiting when I go back.
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so, somewhat last minute, but I'm gona be in Japan traveling for the third time in a few days. starting in Tokyo, then Yokohama, Nagoya, Hiroshima, and then Kyoto and Osaka again before heading to Tokyo to fly back to the US. therefore, I come to you, GAF, for some advise again.

now since this is the third time in the country, I do have some general idea of what to do and where to go. thou regarding Tokyo I can still use some pointers please. I already booked for Robot Restaurant and plan on going to Tsukiji, but any other suggestions? I'm staying near Asakusa btw. and what's some local favorite good eats?

also, not too sure of where to visit when I'm in Yokohama, Nagoya and Hiroshima. any suggestions? thanks ahead of time and let me know if you're in any of these areas I'm going and beer's on me lol
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Originally Posted by MikeHattsu

In 2 weeks, sure, but probably not in 3 weeks. There's late blooming kinds other than someiyoshino that'll be around though.

are you kidding me... my girl is going to be pissed, she was looking forward to them.

Originally Posted by DIrtyWeasel

That is a good tip to look for the late-bloomers if you miss the earlier cherry blossoms. In 2015 I was in Tokyo in mid-April and I had to go to the big Shinjuku Garden (Southeast of the Shinjuku station) to see any cherry blossoms at all. Thankfully they had a lot of the late-blooming trees. The trees elsewhere were already naked and had petals all over the nearby ground.

oh good at least something. we're staying in shinjuku so that's convenient.
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Does anyone know if there is a place where I can see the whole segment show? Anyone who know if its a gameshow that might have clips on youtube?

Japanese girls sees a bodybuilder:




It looks hilarious. They reactions are priceless!
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Originally Posted by Robot Carnival

I'm staying near Asakusa btw. and what's some local favorite good eats?

also, not too sure of where to visit when I'm in Yokohama, Nagoya and Hiroshima. any suggestions? thanks ahead of time and let me know if you're in any of these areas I'm going and beer's on me lol

Just check out all the small local eateries, there's tons of them in Asakusa. Could check out the kebab place that sells kebabrice as well :P

You already been to the Peace museum/park and Miyajima in Hiroshima? If not, then go there :P



Originally Posted by Vigilant Walrus

Does anyone know if there is a place where I can see the whole segment show? Anyone who know if its a gameshow that might have clips on youtube?

It looks hilarious. They reactions are priceless!

It's one of those idol variety shows. SKE48のエビフライデーナイト
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Originally Posted by MikeHattsu

Just check out all the small local eateries, there's tons of them in Asakusa. Could check out the kebab place that sells kebabrice as well :P

You already been to the Peace museum/park and Miyajima in Hiroshima? If not, then go there :P

Haha, alright. in regards to Hiroshima, I suppose the Peace Park and all the atomic bomb related stuff is probably a must. since I'll be there a few days thou, I'm thinking about some other places near by also. but I'll look into it a little more myself too.
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If you're into cars, the Mazda factory / museum does free tours.
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Originally Posted by danowat

If you're into cars, the Mazda factory / museum does free tours.

The English tour is booked solid up until April 18th though.

Of course, the Japanese one still got spots on 1 day in March and 2 in April in the same timeframe.
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Originally Posted by MikeHattsu

The English tour is booked solid up until April 18th though.

Of course, the Japanese one still got spots on 1 day in March and 2 in April in the same timeframe.

Ahh, I booked my tour ages ago!
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Originally Posted by cj_iwakura

I forgot a pair of skechers at the lobby of the Omori Seaside Inn in Shinagawa.

I have the strangest feeling they'll be there waiting when I go back.

I left my jacket on Ueno park. Came back the next day and someone gave it to the lost and found lol
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Originally Posted by Robot Carnival

Haha, alright. in regards to Hiroshima, I suppose the Peace Park and all the atomic bomb related stuff is probably a must. since I'll be there a few days thou, I'm thinking about some other places near by also. but I'll look into it a little more myself too.

Well, tell us how many days you're spending in each city and what you've done there before and we might know some places to go that you've not been before :P



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Ahh, I booked my tour ages ago!

As you need to do if you want to check it out ;P
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Can I still book the ghibli museum? Is it worth it? Where do I book (If I can)? Should be for week 2 or 4 of May.
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Originally Posted by MikeHattsu

Well, tell us how many days you're spending in each city and what you've done there before and we might know some places to go that you've not been before :P

my apologies, typing on the road right now so sometimes went with the simplified version. I'll be in Tokyo from 24th to 29th, Yokohama from 29th to 31st, Nagoya from 31st to the 2nd, and Hiroshima from 2nd to 5th. I'll also be at Kyoto (Otsu) and Osaka for a few days after that before heading back. I've never been to Yokohama, Nagoya and Hiroshima before. as for Tokyo, I've been to some of the more touristy places, such as Minji Shrine and Ghibli Museum.
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Originally Posted by KillGore

Can I still book the ghibli museum? Is it worth it? Where do I book (If I can)? Should be for week 2 or 4 of May.

If you've not gone before then you should. There's periodic maintenance going on from May 15th through May 26th so you can't go in week 4.

Online tickets for foreigners for May go on sale on April 10th at 10:00 Japan time here:
https://l-tike.com/st1/ghibli-en/sitetop

You will need to go to the site ASAP when tickets go up since they sell out really fast. Morning tickets for any date seems to sell out within the first hour.

If you know anybody in Japan you could try getting them to buy Japanese tickets for you, which sells out slightly slower.
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Originally Posted by Robot Carnival

my apologies, typing on the road right now so sometimes went with the simplified version. I'll be in Tokyo from 24th to 29th, Yokohama from 29th to 31st, Nagoya from 31st to the 2nd, and Hiroshima from 2nd to 5th. I'll also be at Kyoto (Otsu) and Osaka for a few days after that before heading back. I've never been to Yokohama, Nagoya and Hiroshima before. as for Tokyo, I've been to some of the more touristy places, such as Minji Shrine and Ghibli Museum.

Well, check out the Chinatown and the Ramen and/or Cup Noodle museum in Yokohama. If you're interested in ships you could check out the Hikawa Maru at Yamashita Park. There's also the fancy Motomachi shopping street.

In Nagoya there's the railway museum if you're interested in Japanese trains or you could go to one of the Toyota museums if you like Toyota cars. The Toyota factory tour is booked solid though :P Check out Osu Kannon Temple and the nearby shopping streets that got all the big anime/manga/games shops in Nagoya. Could do day trips to the Shima peninsula, Inuyama to check out the castle, Kiso valley, maybe even Takayama, and check out Moricoro Park (which has a reproduction of the house from My Neighbor Totoro in it) in Nagakute as well.

In Hiroshima check out the Hondori shopping arcade and eat some okonomiyaki, and since you're there for several days you should do a full day in Miyajima and check out Itsukushima Shrine, the deers and maybe hike up Mount Misen if you're up for that as well.
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Originally Posted by MikeHattsu

If you've not gone before then you should. There's periodic maintenance going on from May 15th through May 26th so you can't go in week 4.

Online tickets for foreigners for May go on sale on April 10th at 10:00 Japan time here:
https://l-tike.com/st1/ghibli-en/sitetop

You will need to go to the site ASAP when tickets go up since they sell out really fast. Morning tickets for any date seems to sell out within the first hour.

If you know anybody in Japan you could try getting them to buy Japanese tickets for you, which sells out slightly slower.

Thanks a lot, Mike. You've been a grwat help.
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Originally Posted by KillGore

Thanks a lot, Mike. You've been a grwat help.

If we ever rename this thread or get another OT, it will have to be called "The MikeHattsu Travel Agency"
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Originally Posted by MikeHattsu

Well, check out the Chinatown and the Ramen and/or Cup Noodle museum in Yokohama. If you're interested in ships you could check out the Hikawa Maru at Yamashita Park. There's also the fancy Motomachi shopping street.

In Nagoya there's the railway museum if you're interested in Japanese trains or you could go to one of the Toyota museums if you like Toyota cars. The Toyota factory tour is booked solid though :P Check out Osu Kannon Temple and the nearby shopping streets that got all the big anime/manga/games shops in Nagoya. Could do day trips to the Shima peninsula, Inuyama to check out the castle, Kiso valley, maybe even Takayama, and check out Moricoro Park (which has a reproduction of the house from My Neighbor Totoro in it) in Nagakute as well.

In Hiroshima check out the Hondori shopping arcade and eat some okonomiyaki, and since you're there for several days you should do a full day in Miyajima and check out Itsukushima Shrine, the deers and maybe hike up Mount Misen if you're up for that as well.

oh, Ramen/cup noodle museum is definitely something I'm interested in. not too sure about the boat and the shopping street but I'm game. as for Nagoya, all those places you mentioned sounds cool and I'll look they up for sure to see how best to go about visiting. and yes, definitely going to visit Miyajima and the shrine. how long is the hike up Mt. Misen going to take? sounds kinda interesting.



Originally Posted by KillGore

Thanks a lot, Mike. You've been a grwat help.

Originally Posted by Laevateinn

If we ever rename this thread or get another OT, it will have to be called "The MikeHattsu Travel Agency"

lol "Mike's Japan tour. Satisfaction guaranteed!"
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Originally Posted by Robot Carnival

how long is the hike up My. Misen going to take? sounds kinda interesting.

Supposedly takes 1.5-2.5 hours depending on how fast you walk and which course you choose :P
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Supposedly takes 1.5-2.5 hours depending on how fast you walk and which course you choose :P

cool, might take that into consideration then.

if you don't mind me asking, how you know so much about traveling in Japan anyway? I mean I know you live there and all but you're so knowledgeable on this subject. do you travel around the country a lot in your free time? or do you work in the related field (ie tourism industry)?
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Originally Posted by Robot Carnival

if you don't mind me asking, how you know so much about traveling in Japan anyway? I mean I know you live there and all but you're so knowledgeable on this subject. do you travel around the country a lot in your free time? or do you work in the related field (ie tourism industry)?

I don't live in Japan! >_>

Just an interest in travelling there and the train system! Oh, and seeing places from anime
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Originally Posted by Robot Carnival

cool, might take that into consideration then.

if you don't mind me asking, how you know so much about traveling in Japan anyway? I mean I know you live there and all but you're so knowledgeable on this subject. do you travel around the country a lot in your free time? or do you work in the related field (ie tourism industry)?

It's all that sweet Norwegian oil money.
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