Hotel Nihonbashi Villa

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

2-2-1 Nihonbashi Bakurocho, Chuo, Tokyo Prefecture, 103-0002, Japan
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 35% less than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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Tokyo - Hakone - Osaka - Nagano - Tokyo

by LCW

We are travelling to Tokyo & arrive Haneda on 14/10/2010 midnight.
Our family of 2 adults, 3 kids age 10, 12 & 15.

1. I would like to know if we reach Tokyo on 14/10 midnight, which area of hotel should we stay for the next morning travel to Hakone.

2. Pls adv where should we purchase the Hakone pass and how much ?

3. Pls adv is there any BUDGET JR RAIL PASS FR HAKONE TO OSAKA AND FROM OSAKA
TO NAGANO.

4. Pls adv where should we purchase this JR Rail Pass .

5. Can we purchase the JR Rail Pass in Japan .

6. What is the price of JR Rail Pass fr Hakone - Osaka - Nagano -Tokyo.

6. Any recommendation on reasonable price Osaka hotel which have shuttle bus to Universal Studio.

7. Where is the best and cheap and must try eatery place in Osaka ?

8. Can we buy the Universal Studio express ticket on the web site.

9. What is the Universal Studio express ticket price for adult and chilren 10 & 12 yrs old.

10.What is the weather during mid Dec, is it very cold.

Re: Tokyo - Hakone - Osaka - Nagano - Tokyo

by GrumpyDiver

If you arrive on 14/10/2010 you will already be in Japan.

JR Passes can only be purchased from outside Japan, and they are purchased for 1, 2 and 3 weeks of travel. My information is getting a bit dated, but when we were there in 2006, these were system wide and there were no other passes. I believe this may have changed in the meantime.

Re: Tokyo - Hakone - Osaka - Nagano - Tokyo

by dru46

Arriving at Midnight, you might want to just stay around the airport. For easy access to Hakone, you can either go to Shinagawa, Yokohama (I think), or Shinjuku. If you stay in Shinjuku, you can just hop onto the Odakyu line. You can buy the Hakone Pass right there. If you enter the Odakyu Department Store, on the first floor, they have a foreign tourist information centre and they can help you get tickets and such. Otherwise, you'd be taking the JR lines to Hakone and buying the pass in Hakone. Check out the Odakyu website, in English for information. It's very good:

http://www.odakyu.jp/english/

Not sure if it's better to leave from Hakone for Osaka, but I'm sure you can go to Yokohama and catch the shinkansen there.

There are several types of JR Pass. They are region specific, but not really useful for your travels. The Shinkansen is on the JR Central, but Osaka is in JR West, and Tokyo in JR East. You can't buy a pass for just Central and use it, at least I don't think so. It's valid from Tokyo to maybe just Osaka. You'll have to calculate the costs for yourself to determine if it's useful or not. I discovered it isn't useful for a single trip to Osaka, but if you make a few side trips along the way, it might be useful.

Travel Tips for Tokyo

TOkyo Disneyland

by tajnsham

On my first visit I didnt have chance to visit Disneyland. So for 2nd visit, I took my kids to Disneyland and they love it!. So many things to do there. A lot of Disney characters, show, Disney Sea, Disney wolds and etc. You can get half price if you're a student. Sorry I dont remember how much I pay per entry.

Vending Machine Capital of the World

by machomikemd

yes japan has the distinction of being the vending capital of the world! it has more vending machines per square mile than any country and you can find them anywhere, I mean everywhere! like even in rural areas and dirt roads and near fields, selling anything from water, coffee, sodas, food both hot and cold, magazines, cigarettes and a lot more. Name it and the vending machines have it! even the food courts all around japan have vending machines that issue food stubs on what you want to buy at the particular food stall! prices range from cheap to very expensive heck even in every hotel floors have this ubiquitous vending machines as the japanese has this thing for convenience! the assorted, mutlicolores, colorful vending machines!

Tokyo Tip

by Gnome

During the week...Rushing away from the small pubs and bars with my drinking friends just before midnight, so we can get the last train back home. But on Friday night, that is not a problem, as you just keep partying until the first train starts on Saturday morning.

Ueno Zoological Gardens

by stonefree

It's one and only zoo in the city. It's a part of Ueno Park and have been my favorite since I was child.

Surprisingly, the budget as for the
equipment of this zoo is upon the earnings of the lottery.

Open hour: 9:30-17:00
Open everyday except Mondays and between Dec 29th- Jan 1st.

FEE FREE! on Mar20, Apr29 and Oct1

See the official info here

Pachinko

by stmlnyc

There are pachinko parlors spread all over Japan.

Don't know what the attraction is but the game is a blend of a slot machine and pingball...you get rewarded with ball bearings which are redeemed for prizes. The government don't want to call this gambling but its darn close by the looks of the addicts there. Office workers would go there during their lunch breaks. Seems that, Londoners to the the local pub during lunch while Tokyoites
go to the pachinko parlor.

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