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    MAY WAS A GOOD MONTH

    by Onedragon Updated Jul 19, 2009

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    Luggage and bags: I TOOK WITH ME THIS TIME A 22' ROLLING DUFFLE BAG AND IT DID A GREAT JOB IN HOLDING EVEN MORE THAN I NEEDED ..

    Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: i THIN K IT IS ALWAYS GOOD TO TAKE AN EXTRA PAIR OF SHOES..A GOOD HELP IN TIMES OF WHEN IT MIGHT RAIN OR SOMETHING HAPPENS AND SO YOU WILL HAVE AN EXTRA TO CHANGE INTO..

    Photo Equipment: I AGAIN TOOK THREE BATTERIES AND THREE MEMORY CARDS FOR MY CAMERA AND ALSO AN ADAPTER FOR RECHARGING THE BATTERIES!!!!!!

    Miscellaneous: A BASIC GUIDE(MAP) TO MOVE AROUND THE AREA THAT YOU ARE AT..

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    Bring your walking shoes!

    by cgutierrez Updated Nov 6, 2007

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    Luggage and bags: Nothing will prepare you for the shock and rush of boarding the Narita Express train from Narita Airport into Tokyo Station and braving the tail end of the rush hour home while making your way to your hotel.

    Everyone in Japan has spinner wheel luggage which is optimal for manuevering your luggage in crowded areas since everyone willl simply swivel and shove their luggage in the appropriate storage compartments on the Narita Express and likewise up and down escalators and crowded elevators. To lower your stress levels and avoid getting in everyone's way, invest in luggage with spinner wheels for your trip to Tokyo.

    Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: For the typical traveler, Tokyo is a walking city and if your adventurous and want to hit many districs in one day it can be quite easy to walk 20 miles a day and constantly be on your feet while shopping (and maybe even eating in smaller establishments) so take comfortable walking shoes. If you need to wear unwieldy shoes, it's best to take a pair of flats or flip flops to change into when your feet begin to swell or hurt.

    Bring clothes appropriate for the season in Japan. The summer months tend to be the rainy season, so you should bring an umbrella, but at all other times of the year keep your luggage simple and leave your umbrella at home. If it happens to rain, many hotels, restaurants and other establishments keep a supply of see-through plastic umbrellas for its patrons so feel free to ask for one.

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    Rainy Season

    by tigerjapan Updated Feb 13, 2005

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    Luggage and bags: Water proof your backpack/daypack if you're coming in the rainy season

    Miscellaneous: A light raincoat and/or an umbrella

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