Hotel Okura Tokyo Bay

1-8, Maihama, Urayasu-shi, Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture, 279-8585, Japan
Hotel Okura Tokyo Bay
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train to kyoto

by timewaster

how much is a round trip ticket from tokyo to kyoto?
also, how long would it take?

Re: train to kyoto

by GrumpyDiver

I suggest you check out the following link for the answer to your questions. This is the offical JR site:

Re: train to kyoto

by dru46

It takes 141 minutes from Tokyo to Kyoto. Use the hyperdia site for complete information. There is a few things to note though:

1. The "fare" it mentions is just a regular ticket. You do have to add the seat fare.

2. The seat fare has two options, "reserved" and "unreserved". If you are leaving Tokyo, you don't have to buy a reserved ticket as you can just hop onto any train and still get a seat in the unreserved section. It's better to have a reserved ticket from Kyoto, but by the time you reach Nagoya, you can usually get a seat after a lot of people leave.

3. While you can buy a ticket up to a month in advance (maybe more), you don't have to buy one until you leave. If you are unsure of what time you want to go, or what day you want to leave, just wait until you get to the station.

4. If you buy a shinkansen ticket, the ticket is valid from central Tokyo to your final destination. If you buy the ticket from Kyoto, it will get you anywhere in central Tokyo. For example, if your hotel is in Shinbashi, you can buy the ticket there and go all the way to Kyoto for the same fare. Same in reverse. You can go from Kyoto Station to Shinbashi Station for the same fare as going to Tokyo Station.

Also, a round trip to Kyoto is generally not worth the JR Pass fare. If you do go somewhere else within those 7 days, it can be worth it. Just being in Tokyo for part of that time probably won't cover the difference.

Travel Tips for Tokyo

My most desired trip

by cinthya_in_victoria

Go to Shibuya and be part of the hundreds of people to cross the busiest street crossing. Eat sushi and drink sake. Be part of the tea ceremony, take a walk at night and admire the city lights in Shinjuku and if you like adventure, climb mount Fuji. What I liked the most of this beautiful city was the harmony Japanese live, their education, the way they take care of the environment and their technology. Personally, the best moment of my whole trip was when I saw my friends again after 4 years. Travelling all the way from Mexico City to Tokyo just to be with them for a few hours was worthwhile!! I couldn't spend more time with them because I had to fly to China, but I'm sure I'll go back to Tokyo one day.

Bento Boxes and Fast Food

by clueless83

If you're on a budget, travelling with fussy eaters or not too sure about the restaurants then the best way to try some authentic Japanese sushi is to buy a Bento box from a shop. We bought one and it was tasty!

I hate to admit it but we did also eat lunch at KFC and Wendys (which are not so authentic alternatives to the above) but as a Brit you can let me off Wendys as we don't have them in the UK!

There was a Wendys in Harajuku and a KFC in Ikebukuro. The Bento box was from a 24/7 supermarket.

A walk at UENO PARK

by vigi

Living in the garden - home or homeless? Some people cannot afford paying high rental in Tokyo, many of them choose to live in a tent. When we are working hard to maintain our 'life style', have you ever step back to think that... what if our house/flat is not surrounded by 4 walls? no elevators, no security, no property management, no car park... When all traditional elements of 'home' do not exist, What will our life become?

Goodluck Charms.

by Sharrie

Buy yourself good-luck charms (omamori). These charms are sold everywhere at shrines across Japan & common themes relating to good luck in examinations, general health, fertility & safe driving. Charms are written on paper & tucked into the cloth bag which are then worn next to the body.

Ask for direction

by tuff

Pick up a copy of the map in both English and Japanese, when ask for direction, Often you get better result by just point to the Japanese characters and speak English slowly. With the combination of sign language, as least you get the general direction of where you are going.


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 Hotel Okura Tokyo Bay

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Address: 1-8, Maihama, Urayasu-shi, Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture, 279-8585, Japan