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Private Tokyo Custom Half-Day Tour by Chartered Vehicle
"This is a private tour by a chartered vehicle. Using this service you can charter your vehicle Limousine Van or Bus which is most suitable for your group and visit many attractive sightseeing spots. You don't have to hurry for any other tourist. This tour is only for your group!Tour route is flexible and can be arranged upon your request.Recomme Empress Shoken.- The Imperial PalaceThe Imperial Palace has been the home of Japan's Imperial Family since 1888. It is built on the same location Edo Castle.- AsakusaWhen approaching the temple visitors first enter through the Kaminarimon (Thunder Gate) the outer gate of the Sensoji and one of the most popular sights of traditional Tokyo."
From JPY45,454.00
 
Private Tokyo Custom Full-Day Tour by Chartered Vehicle
"The ultimate tour of Tokyo! You can see all of the interesting places in Tokyo area. The capital Tokyo has the beautiful contrast between metropolitan skyscrapers and traditional culturre!Tour route can be arranged upon your request.R visitors first enter through the Kaminarimon (Thunder Gate) the outer gate of the Sensoji and one of the most popular sights of traditional Tokyo.Option: (We will be able to arrange an custom-made itinerary for you. Please inform us at least 2 weeks in advance. )- Edo Tokyo MuseumPreserves the historical heritage of Edo-Tokyo displaying the original town with their lifestyle and culture of all eras. (Closed on every Mondays)- Tokyo Sky TreeThe tallest tower in the world (634m) has just opened on May 22 2012. The landscape from the top is outstanding.- Odaiba areaRainbow Bridge
From JPY89,286.00
 
1-Day Tokyo Bus Tour
"During your 8.5-hour tour in an air-conditioned coach you will have the chance to experience a great number of must-see landmarks in Tokyo such as the Imperial Palace Senso-ji Temple in Asakusa Tsukiji Fish Market and a Tokyo Bay Cruise. A fluent English-speaking tour assistant will escort you and the coach also has an audio guide in English Spanish
From JPY8,000.00

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Once sold are not returnable

In Japan, there are 3 thing can be concluded the cheapest in the world.
Electronically things, Cameras and Automobiles. Most of the traveler bought a large numbers of electronically thing to their friends and family, but please remember, the guarantee period is only for 1 year and some of the electrical voltage is for Japan use only. 120V in Tokyo and 110 in Osaka Area. Must check before you buy.

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o00o
Aug 22, 2004

Learn to use the high-tech bathrooms

EVERYTHING in modern Japanese apartments is high tech. You use a keycard to get in, but the real innovation is the bathroom. I had to turn the faucet on by hand but everything else seems to work remotely. As you approach the toilet, the lid automatically raises. It flushes itself when you're done, and if you're of a mood to use it as a bidet...well, you have the option of whether you'd like to be sprayed front or back, or both, and the spray is calculated because the toilet takes a picture of your backside to tailor the delivery accurately. I kid you not. Unfortunately I didn't quite understand the full ramifications of the various option buttons and the first time I ventured into the loo, I hit one which speed-dialed the local police department. An alarm sounded, and a few minutes later, some of Tokyo's finest showed up at the apartment door to be sure that no one inside had fallen and couldn't get up. Talk about mortified...

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Bunsch
Oct 23, 2010

Ever got confused which one to use?


These monsters are all over Japan and sooner or later you're bound to try and use of of them. The danger involved is 'Which one do I use?'

I've seen them come in all shapes and sized selling almost anything that can be put in a machine. From rice till flowers, oh not forgetting the 2 litre beer cans too.(my personal favourite type).

Don't forget the ones in the toilets....


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city_guy
Dec 27, 2003

Plugs

In Japan, the electricity is 100v but it can vary. In international hotels you can find plugs of 110 and 220v. Take an universal adaptor to avoid a tragedy like it happened with my cell phone, it burned!

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cinthya_in_victoria
Mar 12, 2008
 
 
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Take a good guide book, plus a...

Take a good guide book, plus a street map and subway map written in your own language. You should buy these before you leave your own country. If you can't read Japanese, and aren't with someone who can, you could be in real trouble without these things, because a lot of signs are in Japanese only, and not many people speak English well enough to give more than basic help. If you don't speak English or Japanese, forget it, you're in deep trouble. Even with this stuff to help you, you're going to get very confused by a lot of things until you figure out how things work.

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sjvessey
Aug 25, 2002

Be carefull with all the electronics

Japan products are divided in two groups: for local and international market.
Because all the regulations about electronics (PC's, FM's radios, software, cel phones etc), don't follow international standards, is very common that you will buy cheap products that you cannot use in your country.
So, you must buy products for "international use", and you will have no problems

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Sep 18, 2002
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Things to Do Near Tokyo

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Imperial Palace(Kokyo Gaien National Garden)

This is a photo of one the guardhouses that surround the palace grounds. These used to be used to keep the imperial family in splendid isolation maintaining a aurora of deity. Today the grounds are...
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Chidorigafuchi

Chidorigafuchi is a section of Second Moat of former Edo Castle characterized by its width exceeding 100 meters, so much so it looks more like a dike pond. The moat is best known as one of the most...
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Kitanomaru Park and Budokan

Originally built as the stadium for Martial Arts Events for 1964 Olympics, the stadium is often the very reason Tokyo tourists visit this park. Budokan is better known as the venue for the concerts...
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Science Museum (Kagaku-gijutsu-kan)

Science Museum, also known as Kagaku-gijutsu-kan (literally the museum of science and technology) is one of the most popular hands-on science and technology museums targeted for children. It is...
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National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo Crafts Gallery

Also known as Kogeikan, this detached gallery of National Museum of Modern Art, about 400 meters west of the main building is one of the rare architectural properties in Tokyo which survived the...
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Wadakura Fountain Park

Wadakura Fountain Park is located at the far corner of Kokyo Gaien National Garden and east of Imperial Palace East Gardens. It is noted for the fountain show which has the fixed pattern according to...
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