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How to Spend 14 Days in Japan - A Japan Travel Itinerary


How to Spend 14 Days in Japan - A Japan Travel Itinerary

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00:00​ Intro
00:46​ Trip Overview
01:42​ Things to know
02:55​ Day 1 - 2 Osaka
07:05​ Day 3 Koyasan
11:00​ Day 4 Nara
13:55​ Day 5 - 7 Kyoto
19:48​ Day 8 - 9 Kanazawa
26:15​ Day 10 - 11 Takayama
30:45​ Day 12 - 14 Tokyo
37:19 Budget - How much did it cost?
37:37​ Outro

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Q: When did you visit Japan?
A: Around Mid-November during the autumn season

Q: Can you get by with little to no Japanese?
A: Yes. I don't speak Japanese and got by with just English.

Q: What camera do you use?
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Q: How much did the trip cost?
A: You can find a budget breakdown at 37:19

Q: Does the budget include flight tickets?
A: No

Q: Did you book everything prior to the trip?
A: Yes, this includes all hotels and certain activities such as the digital museum in Tokyo

Q: Any other places I should visit in Japan?
A: If you got more than two weeks then consider Hiroshima, Hokkaido, Kyushu, and Okinawa

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How To Spend Two Weeks in Japan - A Travel Itinerary

Traveling to Japan can be the trip of a lifetime, if you know where to go and what secrets, seasons and special spots there are to find, after living in Japan for over 5 years, Ill show you how I would spend 2 weeks in Japan on this custom Itinerary.

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00:00 2 Weeks in Japan
00:52 Japan Trip Overview
02:15 Need to Know Tips
03:30 Day 1 - 2 Tokyo
05:23 Day 3 Kawaguchi-ko
07:03 Day 4 - 6 Kyoto
12:26 Day 7 Nara
14:44 Day 8 - 9 Osaka
17:01 Day 10 Wakayama
17:59 Day 11 Setouchi Inland & Rabbit Island
19:24 Day 12 Hiroshima
20:21 Day 13 - 14 Tokyo & Side Trips
21:21 Japan Travel Budget
22:27 Final Thoughts

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The PERFECT Japan Itinerary (14 Days) ????????????

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If you’ve always wanted to see Japanese cherry blossoms, then this Japan itinerary is for you! In this two-week itinerary, you will visit Hirosaki in northern Japan, which features a park with 2,500 cherry blossoms.

▬Contents of this video▬
00:00 - Intro
00:31 - Day 1: Tokyo
01:20 - Day 2: Kyoto
02:11 - Day 3: Kyoto
02:46 - Day 4: Nara
03:35 - Day 5: Hiroshima
04:08 - Day 6: Miyajima, Himeji and Osaka
05:12 - Day 7: Takayam
06:01 - Day 8: Shirakawa-go
06:24 - Day 9: Hirosaki
06:50 - Day 10: Cherry Blossoms
07:15 - Day 11: Nikko
07:52 - Days 12 & 13: Tokyo
08:22 - Day 14: Mt. Fuji
08:42 - Outro

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You might think that visiting 12 different locations in 14 days is a crazy idea, but this Japan itinerary is going to show you everything you need to know for an epic two weeks in Japan. This plan is perfect for travelers who want to see all Japan has to offer and allow you to experience as much as possible.

The Japan Rail Pass makes traveling throughout Japan affordable and efficient. By purchasing this pass, you will have access to unlimited “bullet trains” which take you between all the locations on this Japan itinerary at incredible speeds. These impressive trains make traveling large stretches in Japan easy, as you can get from one place to another in no time at all. It is also very comfortable, making travel surprisingly enjoyable.

This Japan itinerary takes you throughout the entire country from south to north. You will be able to see countless shrines and temples, explore the amazing landscape and taste the wade variety of food from the different regions. You will not be bored for a single moment throughout this two weeks. There is also something new to see all the way until the epic view at the end of the trip.
There is such a wide variety of activities offered on this Japan itinerary, from feeding docile deer in Nara to learning about this history of Hiroshima. Throughout your time in Japan, you should stay in a ryokan at least once. This is a traditional Japanese inn and offers a wonderful, traditional experience as your traveling the country. The best place to do this may just be in the Alps in the quaint town of Takayam.

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WHEN TO VISIT JAPAN (and when NOT to!) ???? seasons, dates, advice | japan travel guide

Watch this to know when to AVOID coming to Japan and when the best times of year are for travel!

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What do you think? Let me know if there are any more times you'd like to mention down below or let me how your trip to Japan was and what time of year you've visited in if you've come before!!


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How To Spend 10 Days In Japan | Your Perfect Japan Itinerary And Travel Guide

Today, we're going to be talking about how to spend 10 days in Japan. Take this as a Japan travel itinerary that will take you to some of the most amazing and beautiful places in the incredible country. Japan is home to breathtaking natural beauty, fascinating cultural and historical sites, and some of the most delicious food you'll ever taste. And with 10 days at your disposal, you'll have plenty of time to experience all that the country has to offer. Also, towards the end of this video, I’ll be answering what I suspect is one of the topic questions on your mind right now: what is the cheapest month to travel to Japan? I’ll stick around for that if I were you, because hey, who doesn’t want to save some money?

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How To Spend 7 Days in Japan - A Spring Travel Itinerary

Traveling to Japan in Spring just might be the trip of your lifetime! This is absolutely the most beautiful time of the year! With the Pink Sakura Petals falling like Snow through the fresh Spring air, but the season only lasts a week or maybe two at most! So to get the most out of your Spring Travel to Japan I put together this custom 7 Day Whirlwind Travel Itinerary. Let me know if you have any questions in the comments below or post your own Spring in Japan Travel Tips!

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00:00 Is a 7 Day Trip to Japan possible?
00:46 Need to Know Before Trip
01:22 Day 1 Arriving in Tokyo
02:30 Day 2 Exploring Tokyo
02:50 Hanami in the Park
04:15 Exploring Harajuku or Akihabara
04:50 What Else to Do in Tokyo
05:05 Day 3 Fuji Kawaguchiko
05:50 Fuji Q Highland
06:12 Day 4 Kyoto
07:06 Philosopher's Walk
07:30 Day 5 Fushimi Inari & Arashiyama
08:32 What Else to Do in Kyoto
08:56 Day 6 Option 1 - Osaka City
09:34 Day 6 Option 2 - Yoshino Mountain
10:22 What Else to do in Osaka
10:31 Day 7 Last Day in Japan
11:13 How to Extend Your Trip to 10 Days
11:52 Traveling During Golden Week
12:18 Budget for 7 Days in Japan
13:43 Sagicho Matsuri Spring Festival
14:16 Final Thoughts
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Ultimate Japan Travel Guide for 1st Timers — Must Sees in Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto | The Travel Intern

An all in guide about the Must Sees in japan, covering the highlights in each city, this is what we believe will be the ideal way to travel Japan.

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Japan is one of the top travel destinations amongst most people and that’s not surprising as Japan’s sheer number of activities from its attractions to scenic views to its food is almost unmatched. Follow us as we travel through our favourite cities of Tokyo, Fuji, Kyoto, Nara and Osaka!


TOKYO - 1:26

1:40 - Capsule Hotel
An affordable and unique accomadation would be the capsule hotel experience. You get a little cube, all to yourself and honestly that’s all you really need because you’re not spending your time at the hotel, you’re out there exploring. 

1:56 - Sensoji Temple
Tokyo’s oldest Buddhist temple. It is massive and flanked by huge lanterns, beautiful ceiling paintings, statues of deities. Cleanse at the small stone fountain, and get your fortune reading at the shrine. You can even dress up in a Kimono and take some pictures there.

2:17 - Rickshaw Ride Around the city
A different view of the city of Tokyo, the rickshaw rides are an easily and comfortable way to take in the gorgeous sights around you.

2:24 - Shibuya Crossing
A MUST SEE destination, you can’t miss out on Shibuya crossing, the busiest crosswalk in the world.

2:38 - Robot Restaurant
A one of a kind dining experience that features some pretty out of this world performances filled with robots, dinosaurs, lasers and loud music. 

2:59 - Kagaya Bar
An experience that you need to experience yourself, words just don’t do justice to this place.

3:21 - Kurand Sake Market
Enjoy the night and get spoilt for choice with over 100 different times of Japanese rice wine, they even have more unique flavours like mango, yogurt and milk.

3:40 - Akihabara
An electric town famous for Anime, Manga and Cosplay.

3:51 - Don Quijote
The BEST place for souvenir shopping here in Tokyo!

4:03 - Mount Fuji
Take a day hike up to the peak of Mount Fuji and get your walking sticks Stamped each time you pass a rest point on your way up.

4:24 - Lake Kawaguchiko
An Alternative location for you to get a perfect view of Mount Fuji for those not intending to hike up to its peak.

4:37 - Fuji Q
Houses the World’s Steepest Roller Coaster with a drop of 121 degrees.

4:49 - Shinkansen
A Bullet Train that helps you get from city to city in Japan.

KYOTO - 4:48

5:42 - Fushimi Inari Shrine
One of its most notable landmarks in the Fushimi Inari Shrine, famous for its thousands of Tori gates, each of them donated for gratitude or hope for good luck.

5:53 - Arashiyama
The beautiful and serene Bamboo grove that has become one of Kyoto’s Famous Tourist spots.

6:03 - Nishiki Market
A market with over a hundred of small little food shops that offer you a taste some delicious local food.

6:15 - Kiyomizu - Dera

6:17 - Tenryu-Ji Temple

6:19 - Gion District

NARA - 6:26

6:29 - Nara Park
The main attraction of Nara, take a walk around the park filled with deers.

OSAKA - 6:41

6:48 - Dotonbori
A foodie’s dream, a location filled with mouthwatering dishes that will not leave you feeling hungry.

7:17 - Fukutaro Okonomiyaki

7:20 - Beef Cutlet Takeru

7:22 - Hanumaruken Ramen

7:31 - Osaka Castle

7:34 - Universal Studios Japan

7:42 - Osaka Aquarium

7:43 - Momofuku Ramen Museum

7:46 - Shinsaibashu

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14 Days in Japan Vlog - Tokyo, Hakone, Mount Fuji, Shibu Onsen, Snow Monkey, Disney

We explore the centre of Japan in detail, with the help of my Japanese wife! Hotels stayed at are linked below. Spending a week in Tokyo, then travelling around Kamakura, Hakone and Mount Fuji, Yumoto, taking a Bullet Train to Nagano and Shibu Onsen to see the Snow Monkeys and enjoy the hot spring onsens and finishing back in Tokyo for amazing food and Tokyo DisneySea.

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Meguro River and Yoyogi Park at 1:50
Tsukiji Fish Market at 3:36
Cherry Blossom hunting at 4:48
Omotesando at 7:24
Asaksusa at 9:09
Tokyo Skytree at 10:17
Kamakura at 12:04
Japanese toilets at 16:17
Hakone at 18:41
Mount Fuji at 21:16
Yumoto at 25:40
Bullet Trains at 28:54
Shibu Onsen at 29:58
Snow Monkey Park at 32:10
Onsen at 34:15
Tokyo in the sun at 35:44
Shibuya at 37:38
Yoyogi Park at 39:18
Akihabara at 40:58
Tokyo DisneySea at 42:28
Conclusion at 44:29


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Q: How long was the trip?
A: Around 18 days. But I would say it's doable in 2 weeks. If you want more time to explore then 3 weeks should be more than adequate.

Q: How many days do I need in each city?
A: I would say 3-5 days in Kyoto and Osaka. Nara 1-2 days. At least 4-6 days in Tokyo but the more the better.

Q: How much did it cost?
A: Excluding hotels + airplane tickets we had a budget of around 2000 USD

Q: Is there vegan restaurant options in Japan?
A: Yes, I found plenty, and most restaurants offer vegan-friendly meals

Q: Which month did you go?
A: We visited in July but I would recommend visiting in either the Autumn or Spring season

Q: Where did you stay overnight?
A: You can find links to the different accommodations above + alternatives.

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15 Tips for First-Time Travellers to Japan |

In this video we list some of our most useful tips for first-time visitors to Japan, specifically those landing at Narita Airport and then travelling from Tokyo to Kyoto. From picking up rail passes, to transportation options, to booking bullet train tickets via a smartphone, hopefully there are a few tips for everyone.

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Japan Travel Planning Made Easy: 10-Day Itinerary for First-Timers

Planning a trip ????????‍????overseas ✈️ can be EXHAUSTING and also confusing ???? ! This 10-day itinerary will make your japan ???????? travel planning go smoothly. In this video we give you ideas to plan your trip to japan including cities visited, hotels ???? to stay at, best food ???? in each city ???? ,and activities in each city. We chose to visit Tokyo, Lake Kawaguchiko (Mt. Fuji), Kyoto, and Osaka!

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0:00 Intro
0:39 Day 0: Travel to Tokyo
0:59 Day 1: Arrive in Tokyo
2:05 Day 2: Asakusa
2:49 Day 3: Shibuya & Akihabara
4:52 Day 4: Team Lab Planets & Tsukiji Outer Market
5:51 Day 5: Road Trip to Mt. Fuji
7:22 Day 6: Travel Day to Kyoto
8:41 Day 7: Kyoto Pt. 1
10:24 Day 8: Kyoto Pt. 2 & Travel to Osaka
12:17 Day 9: Universal Studios Japan
12:52 Day 10: Travel to Seoul


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00:00​ Intro
00:25​ Trip Overview
01:47​ Things to know
03:40​ Day 1 - 3 Osaka
06:20​ Day 4 Nara
07:05​ Day 4 - 6 Kyoto
09:58​ Day 7 - 8 Nagano
10:28​ Day 9 Tokyo
11:06 Day 10 Mt. Fuji
11:38​ Day 11 - 12 Tokyo
15:41 Day 13 Yokohama
16:29​ Day 14 Tokyo
17:17 Budget - How much did it cost?
17:22​ Outro

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How to Spend 14 Days in Japan 2023 - A Japan Travel Itinerary

Japan 2023: Discover the wonders of Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Hiroshima, Sapporo, Nara, and more in this 14-day travel itinerary, immersing yourself in the nation's rich history and vibrant modernity.

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0:00 Intro
0:22 Day 1 Osaka, Japan
1:22 Day 2 Osaka, Japan
2: 28 Day 3 Koyasan, Japan
3:10 Day 4 Nara, Japan
3:42 Day 5-7 Kyoto, Japan
5:25 Day 8-9 Kanazawa, Japan
7:00 Day 10-11 Takayama, Japan
8:11 Day 12-14, Tokyo Japan

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How to Spend 14 Days in JAPAN (2024) | The Ultimate Travel Guide with COSTS

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Embark on an unforgettable 14-day adventure through Japan, exploring the vibrant cities and enchanting towns that make this country truly extraordinary. Join us as we journey through the bustling streets of Tokyo, the cultural heart of Kyoto, the modern charm of Osaka, the historic wonders of Nara, the traditional beauty of Kanazawa, and the picturesque villages of Tsumago and Magome. Our expertly crafted itinerary takes you on a captivating exploration of Japan's iconic landmarks, immersing you in the rich traditions, mesmerizing landscapes, and mouthwatering cuisine along the way. From the serene temples and gardens of Kyoto to the bustling energy of Tokyo's neon-lit streets, every moment of this 14-day journey will leave you in awe. Join us and discover the best of Japan, capturing unforgettable memories that will last a lifetime.

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00:00 Whats in this video ?
00:54 Why go to Japan ?
01:35 When to travel ?
02:12 How to get around ?
03:12 Itinerary Overview
04:10 Day1
06:10 Day2
07:48 Day3
09:00 Day4
10:30 Day5
11:13 Day6
12:11 Day7
13:15 Day8
15:05 Day9
16:35 Day10
18:22 Day11
19:54 Day12
21:14 Day13
22:30 Day14
22:46 Alternate Day trip options
23:32 COSTS
23:50 Ways to Travel Smart
24:40 Outro

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This 2 week 14 day Japan itinerary is perfect for the first time Japan traveller in 2023. This well rounded itinerary includes a comprehensive trip to many popular locations and less visited area. From the ultra modern architecture of Tokyo to traditional cultural Kyoto and rural parts of Japan. I'll help you with planning what you'll need throughout 14 days in Japan and make it easy for you to plan the perfect 2 week /14 day trip to Japan!

Now that you have a roadmap, it's time to pack your bags and travel to Japan! This perfect 2-week Japan itinerary will make the travel process easy and help you see all the highlights that Japan has to offer!




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00:00 Intro
00:29 What you will need
00:52 Tokyo
01:27 Nagano and Matsumoto
02:04 Takayama
02:44 Kanazawa
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05:06 Hiroshima
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07:11 Tokyo
07:22 Extend & Ending thoughts

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Top Places you must visit in Japan in 2023: Japan Travel Guide 2023






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Japan is an island country located in East Asia. It is comprised of four main islands and over 6,800 smaller islands. The capital city is Tokyo and the country's population is over 126 million people. Japan is known for its rich cultural heritage, advanced technology, and unique customs such as traditional tea ceremonies, martial arts, and its national sport, sumo wrestling. The country also boasts beautiful natural landscapes, including mountain ranges, hot springs, and scenic coastline. Japan is also a major economic power, with a strong industrial sector and one of the largest economies in the world. Japan has a long and interesting history, with cultural influences from both Asia and Europe. It has a unique blend of traditional and modern elements in its society, architecture, and way of life. The country is also well-known for its high standards of living and its efficient public transportation system. The Japanese people have a strong work ethic and place a high value on education and personal growth. In terms of cuisine, Japan offers a wide range of delicious and unique dishes such as sushi, tempura, and ramen. Japanese cuisine emphasizes fresh ingredients and presentation. The country is also famous for its sake, a traditional rice wine, and its strong tea culture. Japan is also a popular tourist destination, attracting millions of visitors each year to experience its rich culture, natural beauty, and cutting-edge technology. Major tourist destinations include Tokyo, Kyoto, and Hiroshima. Overall, Japan is a fascinating and diverse country, combining a rich history, unique cultural traditions, and modern, high-tech advancements to create a truly unforgettable experience.

14 Days in Japan: The Ultimate Travel Itinerary

14 Days in Japan: The Ultimate Travel Itinerary
Discover the best holiday destinations in Japan with our meticulously crafted 14-day travel itinerary. Immerse yourself in the rich culture, explore iconic landmarks, and indulge in mouthwatering cuisine. Let The Friendly Traveler guide you to create unforgettable memories on your dream holiday in Japan.

Here's a suggested itinerary:

Day 1-3: Tokyo

Day 1:

Morning: Explore Asakusa (Senso-ji Temple, Nakamise Shopping Street)
Afternoon: Visit Ueno Park (Ueno Zoo, museums)
Evening: Experience nightlife in Shinjuku or Shibuya.
Day 2:

Morning: Visit Meiji Shrine and Takeshita Street in Harajuku.
Afternoon: Explore Shibuya (Shibuya Crossing, Hachiko Statue).
Evening: Enjoy dinner and entertainment in Roppongi.
Day 3:

Day Trip to Nikko (Toshogu Shrine, beautiful natural scenery).
Day 4-5: Kyoto

Day 4:

Morning: Travel to Kyoto.
Afternoon: Visit Fushimi Inari Shrine and hike through thousands of torii gates.
Evening: Explore Gion District.
Day 5:

Morning: Visit Kinkaku-ji (Golden Pavilion) and Ryoan-ji (Zen rock garden).
Afternoon: Explore Arashiyama (Bamboo Grove, Monkey Park).
Evening: Visit Ginkaku-ji (Silver Pavilion) and stroll along the Philosopher's Path.
Day 6: Nara Day Trip

Explore Nara (Todai-ji, Nara Park, Kasuga Taisha Shrine).
Day 7-8: Osaka

Day 7:

Morning: Travel to Osaka.
Afternoon: Visit Osaka Castle and surrounding park.
Evening: Experience Dotonbori nightlife and try street food.
Day 8:

Explore Universal Studios Japan or visit Kuromon Ichiba Market for a culinary adventure.
Day 9-10: Hiroshima and Miyajima Island

Day 9:

Morning: Travel to Hiroshima.
Afternoon: Visit Peace Memorial Park and Atomic Bomb Dome.
Evening: Try Hiroshima-style Okonomiyaki for dinner.
Day 10:

Take a day trip to Miyajima Island (visit Itsukushima Shrine, hike Mount Misen).
Day 11-12: Kanazawa

Day 11:

Travel to Kanazawa.
Visit Kenrokuen Garden and Nagamachi Samurai District.
Day 12:

Explore Higashi Chaya District (traditional geisha district) and visit the Nomura Samurai House.
Day 13-14: Takayama

Day 13:

Travel to Takayama.
Explore the old town, Takayama Jinya, and visit sake breweries.
Day 14:

Visit the Hida Folk Village for a glimpse into traditional Japanese rural life.
Optional: Visit the Shirakawa-go village for its iconic thatched-roof houses.
Remember to adjust this itinerary based on your interests and the time of year you're visiting. Japan offers a wide range of experiences, from cherry blossom viewing in spring to enjoying hot springs in winter. Also, consider purchasing a Japan Rail Pass for convenient and cost-effective travel between cities. Enjoy your trip!

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How to Spend 14 Amazing Days in Japan- Detailed Japan Itinerary


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00:00 Intro
Trip Overview 00:05
Things to know 01:18
Days 1-3: Osaka 03:28
Day 4: Nara 12:18
Days 5-9: Kyoto 14:40
Days 10-11: Kobe 25:23
Days 12: Awaji Island 36:52
Days 13-14: Tokyo 43:18

The Ultimate JAPAN Itinerary - 2 weeks/4 stops

The ultimate two week Japan itinerary.

For our first big international trip as a family, we chose Japan! We'll explore the best things to do in Kyoto, Takayama, Kawaguchiko, and Tokyo, from the shrines and temples of Kyoto, to the amazing food.

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A detailed 2-week Japan itinerary blog post here:

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0:00 - intro
0:30 - Kyoto
1:05 - Arashiyama bamboo forest
1:49 - Kaiser dining experience (must-do!)
3:50 - Fushimi Inari Taisha
4:32 - Kyoto tips!
4:50 - Takayama
5:56 - Shirakawago
8:00 - Takayama to Kawaguchiko
8:35 - JR pass or not?
10:10 - Kozantei Ubuya
11:52 - What we DO NOT recommend
12:42 - Chureito Pagoda
12:33 - Tenku no Torii
13:44 - Kawaguchiko to Tokyo
14:08 - Prince Gallery Kioicho Hotel
14:36 - Hie Shrine
14:55 - Meiji Jingu
15:13 - TeamLab Planets
17:05 - Nakano Broadway
18:14 - What else to do in Tokyo



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