Hotel JAL City Yotsuya Tokyo

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3-14-1 Yotsuya, Shinjuku, Tokyo Prefecture, 160-0004, Japan
Hotel JAL City Yotsuya Tokyo
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Sakura Itinerary

by ikira

Hi Vts,

Good day.
Have been studying a lot in the internet for the trip.
Bit too early for sakura but need earlier planning to grab promotional ticket.
Wish to have the comment from Vts, either my trip is practical or not..
I am travelling with elder people

Day 1. Reach Haneda airport in early morning.
Depart straight to Hakone
Day 2 Hakone
Day 3 Hakone - Shinjuku - Asakusa - Nikko/Kinugawa
Day 4 Nikko/Kinugawa - Asakusa - Shinjuku
Day 5 Sakura (Ueno Park)
Day 6 Disney/ City tour
Day 7 City tour
Day 8 Pack home (early morning flight)

I have few questions that need Vts advice.
i) Any recommendation for Ryokan stay at Haknoe which range for 10,000 - 12, 000 per nite per pax (include breakfast & dinner)
ii) Which part of tokyo i should stay?
We arrive and depart from Haneda. Budget 5000 Yen per nite per pax.
iii)Should we go to Nikko/Kanegawa or Mito (Ibaraki)?
From Haknow straight to Nikko/Kangeawa, issit practical?


Manhy thanks ya..

Re: Sakura Itinerary

by SfumatoPants

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Re: Sakura Itinerary

by dru46

The plan in general looks okay.

First, you are looking at a couple days of tough travel. Haneda to Hakone isn't hard, but with elderly people, you might not be able to do anything after arriving. Same for the trip to Nikko. It's double, but not easy. I'd suggest going to Shinjuku then a direct train to Nikko if possible. You'll have to check the train times yourself.

With elderly people, unless you like Disney, I'd suggest skipping it and enjoy the city instead.

As for hotels, finding hotels for 100 or less based on two sharing isn't hard. Just depends on what you want to see and do.

Travel Tips for Tokyo

Golden $#!% or The Funniest Building in Asakusa

by FelixB

When getting of at Asakusa to go to Kaminari-mon, you might as well look behind you and see this funny looking building. Like no other place in the world Tokyo has some of the boldest architectures. And a good example is the Asahi building with what is supposed to resemble a golden flame on top of it. Japanese gave it the name "Golden Crap" because of its weird shape, and quite frankly speaking they are somehow right.
The building was designed by the famous French designer Philippe Starck.

Ticket to enter Disneyland, Tokyo

by muddybok

You need a valid ticket to visit Disneyland for the day. There is certain limited visit ticket for sales, but we just bought some unlimited visit passport for the day.

Have fun and stay in Disneyland until late evening because there may be firework display after 10pm.


Price show on ticket as per April 2004 and price different are expected after so many years.

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Ameyoko

by stonefree

AMEYOKO is a shopping arcade that had been a black market in the post war decade that the atmospher of those days still remains. I used to shop around here when I was in a high school when Yen was strong to purchase goods from US or some other foreign countries in a good deal. The shops never had been an ofiicial resellers.

The shops there these days seem that they have contracts with official dealers so I'm not too interested in shopping here today.

Be careful of the sham ; )

Science Mesuem

by vigi

Located inside the Kitanomarukoen Park, which is 15 mins walk from the Imperial Palace, here arrive the Science Mesuem.
Entry is a little expensive at Yen800, plus most visitors are school kids, hardly found an adult here. Seems like I am over age... so, I left after visiting the toilet and the vandor machine over there!

Getting Gas Can Be Entertaining

by AKtravelers

Gassing up your car in Japan can be very entertaining for Americans used to self-service gas stations. First of all, the stations themselves are very tiny (especially in Tokyo), with the pump handles hanging from the roof to take up as little valuable real estate as possible. But then, a team of service people will come over, fill your car for you, clean your windows, dust your car and smile the whole time. It reminded me of a pit stop in an auto race. But the final kicker for us was when the gas station attendant went into the street and stopped traffic so we could get out! And the traffic ACTUALLY STOPPED! Only in Japan would this happen.

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