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It's cool As long as you didn't call them up saying, 'FREE TRIP PLEASE!'
Believe me, I'd love a free trip, too... maybe I could become a stowaway >
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XD Lol!

I want to go to UNO for sure now. Why, you ask?

http://inst.uno.edu/japan/index.cfm

! I absolutely want to go on that trip later in life once I get there. Of course, I'll have to be able to take care of everything I need to and be completely capable of being totally independent, but I have time to be able to do that soon. ^^ I can't waaaait~
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I never liked Tokyo that much. I've been there five times, and I was always happy to leave. There's plenty of fun things to do, but the crowds there are intolerable. I remember trying to walk down the sidewalk in Harajuku/Omote Sandou and seeing an unbroken sea of black heads trudging along in front of me.

The most fun I had in Japan was in the town where I lived for two years, Kumamoto. It's a smallish city by Japanese standards, surrounded by countryside and ancient villages, with tiny, centuries-old temples tucked in forests and behind mountains. You could explore forever. The people there are also incredibly friendly and open, much less guarded than more metropolitan Japanese people.

So if you manage to get to Japan, I certainly recommend exploring Tokyo, but get out of the city for a while if at all possible. Go west to Ishikawa, Toyama or Nagano, north to Touhoku or Hokkaido, or south the Kyuushuu (my personal favorite.) Tokyo is not representative of Japan as a whole.
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So if you manage to get to Japan, I certainly recommend exploring Tokyo, but get out of the city for a while if at all possible. Go west to Ishikawa, Toyama or Nagano, north to Touhoku or Hokkaido, or south the Kyuushuu (my personal favorite.) Tokyo is not representative of Japan as a whole.
Wow, those are some great places to get to if you have a lot of time. By a lot of time, I mean like a good month! Three weeks at the least, along with a rail pass. I'd recommend if you have less than three weeks, stick to the Kanto (Tokyo, Yokohama, Nikko, Kamakura, Hakone) and Kansai (Kyoto, Nara, Osaka, Ise) areas. If you can, get to Hiroshima/Miyajima for a few days. This is unless, of course, you have a specific agenda (ie. skiing, hot springs in Oita for some reason, your cruise ship from Dubai is docking in Nagasaki/Fukuoka, etc.).

Going to Kyushu, Tokoku, Hokkaido, Shikoku, etc. would be like going to Colorado in America, or Scotland in the UK. Definitely worth a visit, but not essential on a general tour.
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Originally Posted by soul_biscuit View Post
I never liked Tokyo that much. I've been there five times, and I was always happy to leave. There's plenty of fun things to do, but the crowds there are intolerable. I remember trying to walk down the sidewalk in Harajuku/Omote Sandou and seeing an unbroken sea of black heads trudging along in front of me.

The most fun I had in Japan was in the town where I lived for two years, Kumamoto. It's a smallish city by Japanese standards, surrounded by countryside and ancient villages, with tiny, centuries-old temples tucked in forests and behind mountains. You could explore forever. The people there are also incredibly friendly and open, much less guarded than more metropolitan Japanese people.

So if you manage to get to Japan, I certainly recommend exploring Tokyo, but get out of the city for a while if at all possible. Go west to Ishikawa, Toyama or Nagano, north to Touhoku or Hokkaido, or south the Kyuushuu (my personal favorite.) Tokyo is not representative of Japan as a whole.
Ahh. Well the program takes us to Kyoto, not Tokyo. So I probably won't get to Tokyo unless I drive all the way there, and I wanted to just explore things within my reach (because you still have classes there, but you get one free day per week, and one scheduled mandatory field trip per week as well). Most of the week I'll have classes, so it won't really be an all out vacation. It is what it is, overseas studies. ^^

When I am able to go for an actual vacation, I will definitely visit Tokyo, but I'll make sure I find some good walking/biking shoes because I know it's going to be hectic...... like New York x999. I saw some pictures that a classmate showed me of Japan, and she visited Tokyo, and I saw the flood myself... it was amazing. Also, I've never thought that Tokyo represented Japan as a whole. I'm not sure how long I intend to stay, because that could change dramatically depending on how much time I actually have in the future.

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Wow, those are some great places to get to if you have a lot of time. By a lot of time, I mean like a good month! Three weeks at the least, along with a rail pass. I'd recommend if you have less than three weeks, stick to the Kanto (Tokyo, Yokohama, Nikko, Kamakura, Hakone) and Kansai (Kyoto, Nara, Osaka, Ise) areas. If you can, get to Hiroshima/Miyajima for a few days. This is unless, of course, you have a specific agenda (ie. skiing, hot springs in Oita for some reason, your cruise ship from Dubai is docking in Nagasaki/Fukuoka, etc.).

Going to Kyushu, Tokoku, Hokkaido, Shikoku, etc. would be like going to Colorado in America, or Scotland in the UK. Definitely worth a visit, but not essential on a general tour.
Ahh. That's really good information, I'll remember it! Thanks!
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Ahh. Well the program takes us to Kyoto, not Tokyo. So I probably won't get to Tokyo unless I drive all the way there, and I wanted to just explore things within my reach (because you still have classes there, but you get one free day per week, and one scheduled mandatory field trip per week as well). Most of the week I'll have classes, so it won't really be an all out vacation. It is what it is, overseas studies. ^^
I don't think you'd be driving from Tokyo to Kyoto. Most people don't do that! The train, or maybe the bus, is the way to go. Take the bullet train, and you're there in less than two and a half hours. Drive, and it'll take you 7-12 hours depending on traffic plus driving can be stressful here. It's not like America. The price is about the same whether you drive or take the train, not including the rather huge parking fees/drop off fees (if renting). Include that stuff, and the train is much cheaper!

I've hired a car and driven from Fukuoka to Hiroshima before. While fun, I didn't save any money from the train and it took longer.

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Wow, those are some great places to get to if you have a lot of time. By a lot of time, I mean like a good month! Three weeks at the least, along with a rail pass. I'd recommend if you have less than three weeks, stick to the Kanto (Tokyo, Yokohama, Nikko, Kamakura, Hakone) and Kansai (Kyoto, Nara, Osaka, Ise) areas. If you can, get to Hiroshima/Miyajima for a few days. This is unless, of course, you have a specific agenda (ie. skiing, hot springs in Oita for some reason, your cruise ship from Dubai is docking in Nagasaki/Fukuoka, etc.).

Going to Kyushu, Tokoku, Hokkaido, Shikoku, etc. would be like going to Colorado in America, or Scotland in the UK. Definitely worth a visit, but not essential on a general tour.
I agree, it needs to be a substantial trip to go to places like that. I just think it's a good idea, when you go anywhere, to get out of the city and see what things are like in slower-paced areas. Any one of those places would do in Japan (although it would add significantly to the cost of the trip, and you could find such places closer by. Kanazawa would be a good one. The garden there is breathtaking.)

The rail pass is the greatest thing ever. Makes you feel like a VIP.
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The rail pass is the greatest thing ever. Makes you feel like a VIP.
I've never had one. I wish I could, but it's only open to foreign tourists.
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Well as a little kid I was always interested in samurias and ninjas.(yes I know my spelling sucks, so sue me. ) Then anime and manga made me become interested in Japanese culture.

Now I just started learning Japanese. It's a tough language but I'm determined to obtain some level of fluency in the near future. I really want to visit Japan.

I'm not sure if I want to visit Tokyo though, maybe I'll start out with a smaller city.
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