Niki Club

2301 Takakuotsu Michishita, Nasu-machi, Nasu-gun, , Tochigi Prefecture, 325-0303, Japan
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Advice on itinerary welcomed

by slimbobid


Just finalising our 6 days in Tokyo and would welcome any feedback.

We have been to Kyoto before so we are just looking at Tokyo. We leave in about 4 weeks and we are staying in Ikebukuro. Just my wife and myself.

We saw lots of temples and shrines in Kyoto when we were there so the are not a huge priority on our list. We are in our late 40's so the club scene etc is not what we are looking for.

We arrive in tokyo late on Tuesday evening.

Day 1 Wednesday: Shinjuku
Day 2 Thursday: Odaiba
Day 3 Friday: Nikko
Day 4 Saturday: Tokyo Great Cycling Tour
Day 5 Sunday: Harajuka
Day 6 Monday: ?

We have to check out on Monday but our flight doesn't leave Narita until 8:30pm. Any suggestions welcomed keeping i mind we will have our luggage.

Thanks n advance.

Re: Advice on itinerary welcomed

by IreneMcKay

You can deposit your luggage in a locker at many railway stations, so it should be easy to get rid of.

There are lots of beautiful parks and gardens in Tokyo. It's worth taking a look at at least one. Rikugien in Komagone was beautiful and can be combined with shopping and a ride on a tram in Sugamo. (see my Japan tips page for info). Akhibara is worth a look if you are interested in electrical goods. Yanaka, Nippori are worth a stroll to see how Tokyo looked before World War 11. Also on my tips page. The sumo area of Ryoguku is also quite interesting. (again on my page)

Re: Advice on itinerary welcomed

by bkk_kd

Fugu's advice is spot on. You can see much more than just Shinjuku or Harajuku in a given day.

I usually base my itinerary upon the subway line. In other words, I'll try to visit 2 or 3 locations which are more or less along a contiguous or interconnecting subway route.

For example, if you're taking the JR train to Shinjuku, then after Shinjuku jump back onto the JR train line to Nippori, Ueno, Akihabara or the Ginza?

If you're heading out to Harajuku, then since you'll be in the area also walk to Yoyogi Park, down Omotesando AND through Shibuya.

For Odaiba, consider spending a few hours (4?) bathing Japanese-style at Ooedo Onsen? Google for more info and reviews.

You get the idea. Check out the Tokyo travel pages for more ideas.

As for your luggage, if you're taking the Keisei train between Ueno and NRT, then leave your bags in a locker at Keisei Ueno station and spend the morning exploring Okachimachi street at Ueno and, in the afternoon, nearby Nippori old-town.

Have fun in Tokyo.

Re: Advice on itinerary welcomed

by komaba

If you want to experience something really uniquely Japanese how about Kabuki? It's a really dramatic form of theatre only seen in Japan (see - it could be good for a break from the hecticness and heat of Tokyo as well.

On your last day you might consider visiting the town of Narita - it's just 8 minutes by train (one stop) from Narita airport - and has a huge Buddhist temple in a garden setting - it's a really nice place to get a last glimpse of Japan.

Travel Tips for Tokyo

I don't have a place that I...

by scotty1

I don't have a place that I would say you must go to. I believe that we are all different and we all like different things. I can only tell you what I liked and hopefully it will help you make up your mind if you are interested in the place. Out of all the places that I enjoyed most while in Tokyo I think I would choose Ueno Park as the best place to capture the atmosphere of Tokyo. It is an easy place to get to. The JR line,The Hibiya line and the Ginza line will all take you to the Park. There are many things to see and do in this area and you could easily spend the whole day here. The park is beautiful and as you walk up the main walkway you can hear the crows calling. You see shrines and temples and pretty trees. There is a boating area and a large pond that is filled with exotic wadding birds. There is a tranquil feel to the area although it is in the middle of a busy city. It is a great place to start your holiday as you really capture the feel of Japan here and if you keep walking to the back of the park you will reach Tokyo Zoo, The Botanical gardens, Tokyo National Museum, Tokyo Cultural Hall, National Science Museum, Museum of Tokyo University of Arts and The National Museum of Western Art. They are all located within the park.Just outside the park is a lovely Tokyo style shopping area with thousands of little shops as far as the eye can see. It is located opposite the south exit of the JR line at Ueno station. Cross the road and you will be in the Ameyoko Arcade.It is a great place to stroll and look at the market-style shops.You will also find plenty of restaurants and evev a McDonalds takeaway. Being crammed into the underground trains at rush hour. I will never forget the feeling of being packed in like sardines.Total culture shock and I loved it . We often talk and laugh about our time spent in the rush hour underground trains, something I will never forget

Useful URLs for visitors

by stonefree

This is the URL link section that provides the useful URLs for you visitors to Tokyo to get prepared with current informations. Check'em out ; )

what's up in Tokyo?
Tokyo Tourism Info
Tokyo Notice Board
tokyo journal

how's the weather?
Weather Underground - Tokyo, Japan


by vigi

Wow! Lotsa things to see in Ikahibara, amazing they have so many high-tech electronics stuff. I bought one mini-HiFi here, and I only realized the boxset is very very big and heavy to carry after I paid. I always carry heavy stuff back home while travelling!!!


by AusPinay

Don't be daunted by the huge crowds using the trains in Tokyo. We have all seen how packed the trains are either in photos, in media, etc. No worries, they have a cool system!

While there we have not felt inconvenienced at all as the Japanese are very efficient and courteous people. After getting off carriages, they automatically get on/stay on the left side of the escalators/walkways. This allows for those who are rushing to go so they can use the rightside of the laneway/escalators, etc. They folllow this strictly!

See the pageantry of a Shinto wedding

by Bunsch

On a beautiful Saturday in March, we decided to visit General Nogi's house and its attached Shinto shrine. The General was a count who was involved in the battle for Port Arthur, losing many of his men in the process. Apparently, he sought permission to commit ritual suicide to atone for the defeat, but his emperor refused. A decade or so later, as the emperor's funeral cortege was leaving the palace grounds, the general and his wife killed themselves. Their devotion to the emperor and each other was honored by creating a shrine particularly devoted to happy marriage. We wandered around, simply enjoying the beauty of the site. The landscaping was so exquisite, with many sakura and other ancient trees and tremendous use of moss and shrubbery to delineate various areas of the grounds. After we'd looked at the house and stables, we went down the hill to the shrine itself and were incredibly fortunate to find that a wedding was about to take place. The bride and groom were posing for traditional photographs as we arrived, but shortly thereafter they each went to be dressed in special clothing. A shrine attendant swept the granite walk with a twig broom. Then there was the sound of a taiko drum, which marked the beginning of the procession -- other musicians, the groom and his attendants followed by the bride with her parents, a factotum dogging her footsteps in order to keep a large red parasol over her head. A large party of what were presumably family members tagged along behind the group. The guests had been instructed to stand on either side of the walk and clap as the bridal party passed, but so many of them were taking photographs that the applause was tepid. (Wasn't I fortunate to have Mishu with me to translate all this? It made for such a rich experience!)

I'll say more about Japanese wedding traditions when I write about the Meiji Jinju.


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 Niki Club

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Address: 2301 Takakuotsu Michishita, Nasu-machi, Nasu-gun, , Tochigi Prefecture, 325-0303, Japan