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how should we plan travel

over 1 year ago
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We arrive at Narita airport on May 30,2019 at 17:55 We depart on June 6 at 19:55
We would like to visit Mt. Fuji, Kyoto and Hiroshima and possibly a night in Tokyo. Can we squeeze in
Should we buy the 7 day pass and activate it on the 31st and just buy tickets to Tokyo city?
Should we go to the furthest location first or plan on travel back to Narita on the 6th? Is it possible to go from the furthest point in one day?

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over 1 year ago

Hi there,

I think leaving Osaka out might be better, so you have more time to explore the other cities. That said, it is technically possible to add Osaka if there's something there that you really want to visit.

The JR Pass would be a very cost efficient option here and is best used for the intercity travel, so buying normal tickets for travel into Tokyo will work fine.

Hope this helps,

7 posts
over 1 year ago

How would you plan this? Go to Hiroshima first and work our way back to Narita airport? In what order would you visit Hiroshima, Mount Fuji and Kyoto and also Tokyo city. In What area of Tokyo city would you stay in order to catch the train to whichever city you suggest first? I am kind of overwhelmed planning this. Thank you so much!

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