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itinerary feasible ??

Itinerary Feasible ??

Can seek your advise whether my Itinerary is feasible and do i need JR PASS for this??

All advise welcome!

Friday 25/4 - 11am reached Narita T2, Purchase NEX & SUICA Card

Check-in Citadines Shinjuku //explore Shinjuku and Shibuya

Sat 26/4 - day trip to Nikko

Sun 27/4 - Morning train to Kyoto, check in Kyoto Citadines then train to Inari Shrine// evening at Gion.

Monday 28/4 - Morning train to Nishiki Market And Arashiyama/Sagano

Tuesday 29/4- Moring Train Mount Koya, Temple Stay

Wed 30/4 - Back to Tokyo, stay at sakura hotel ikebukuro. Explore ikebukuro area & nearby

Thursday 1/5 - tsukiji fish market // Ginza // Harajuku

Friday 2/5 - Whole day at Disney land

Sat 3/5 Afternoon back home from Narita.

Kopite
Kopite

Hi there!

Yes I think a JR Pass would be a great choice, here's why:

Narita Airport - Tokyo ¥ 3,140
Tokyo - Nikko (return) ¥ 11,260
Tokyo - Kyoto ¥ 13,420
Kyoto - Fushimi Inari (return) ¥ 320
Kyoto - Arashiyama (return) ¥ 460
Kyoto - Mount Koya, covered up to Osaka ¥ 540
Koya - Osaka (this is the quickest route to Tokyo)
Osaka - Tokyo ¥ 13,950

For a total of ¥ 43,090 or ¥ 14,790 in savings as the 7 day JR Pass is ¥ 28,300. Note that you don't have to buy the Suica + NEX package. Also travel to Koya-san is covered up to Osaka from where you can take the Nankai Express to Koya, which requires an additional fare.

Have a great trip!
Daniel

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Daniel-san
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