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

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

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Where I stayed during my Japan trip:
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Osaka - IAM Hotel:
Koyasan - Saizenin:
Nara - Nara Visitor Inn:
Kyoto - Pocket Hotel:
Kanazawa - Hotel Pacific:
Takayama - Yukimurasaki:
Tokyo - Hotel Zen Tokyo:


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Timestamps
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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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FAQ
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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?
A: You can find everything I use here:

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

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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15 Tips for First-Time Travellers to Japan | japan-guide.com

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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15 Day Japan Itinerary

This is a 15 Day Itinerary on how to spend 15 days in Japan after the Covid travel restrictions end. I cannot wait to get back to Japan because it is one of my favorite places to visit.

Here are the things I recommend doing while there especially if it is your first time to Japan:

1. Plan Ahead
-Get a JR Rail Pass

-Get a Pocket Wifi
2. Tokyo
-Shinjuku at Dusk
-Robot Restaurant (Get Tickets in Advance)

-Shibuya Crossing
-TeamLab : Boderless

3. Kyoto
-Visit the Gion District (Maybe see a real Geisha)
-Nokishita 711 (Best gin bar in Kyoto)
-Stay at The Millenials Kyoto (Luxury Capsule Hostel)

4. Nara (Ancient city)
-Visit the Deer park and Giant Buddha
5. Osaka
-Dotonbori (Street food and Karaoke Bars)

This the Places Beyond and hopefully this video will help you with your 15 day itinerary and give you some suggestions if you don't know how to start. Please subscribe for more travel videos like these!

This trip was inspired by Abroad in Japan and Paolo from Tokyo!
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How to Spend 14 Days in Iceland - A Road Trip Itinerary

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00:00​ Intro
00:56​ Basic info before the trip
03:34​ Day 1 - Volcano & Reykjavik
05:19​ Day 2 - Golden circle
07:08​ Day 3 - Kerlingarfjoll
09:06​ Day 4 - Landmannalaugar
12:10​ Day 5 - Waterfalls and black sand
13:54​ Day 6 - Canyons and Yoda
15:35​ Day 7 - Glaciers and diamonds
17:21​ Day 8 - Vestrahorn to Seydisfjordur
19:47 Day 9 - Studlagil Canyon to Dettifoss
21:22 Day 10 - Myvatn
22:36 Day 11 - Godafoss to Hvitserkur
23:57 Day 12 - Westfjords
26:09 Day 13 - Snæfellsnes
27:18 Day 14 - Final day
27:57 How much did it cost?


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Western Iceland
► Snæfellsnes:
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The Westfjords
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FAQ
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Q: Do you need a 4x4 for this trip?
A: Yes, unless you cut out the f-road sections.

Q: How much did it cost?
A: You can see a cost breakdown of my trip at 27:57

Q: How did you find your way around?
A: I used Google Maps for the entire trip

Q: Is it easy to find gas stations?
A: Yes, you'll find plenty along the ring road

Q: Which month did you go?
A: My last Iceland trip was in late June

Q: Clockwise or counterclockwise?
A: I prefer counterclockwise. But you can do it either way.

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

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We explore the centre of Japan in detail, with the help of my Japanese wife; 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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Cherry Blossom hunting at 4:48
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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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Best of Our Japan Vacation! 14 Days in One Video! Full Vacation Vlog

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0:00 Intro
2:15 Emblem Hostel tour
3:21 Akihabra
4:52 Cat cafe
5:22 Hedgehog & Owl cafe
6:13 Japanese candy shopping
6:49 Japanese ramen cafe
7:23 Harajuku Takeshita street
7:59 Giant cotton candy
9:27 Rainbow grilled cheese
10:00 Tokyo DisneySea
14:50 Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
16:10 Shibuya Crossing
17:30 Tsukiji Fish Market
18:50 Conveyor belt sushi
19:48 Tokyo Skytree Tower
20:15 Pokemon Center
20:59 Doge Cafe Shiba Enu dog cafe
22:01 Bullet train to Kyoto
24:03 Fushimi Inari Shrine with Torii Gates
25:48 Gion District in Kyoto
26:13 Kyoto Starbucks in Gion District
27:26 Arishiyama District Bridge
27:58 Bamboo Forest
29:27 Monkey Park
31:20 Nara Park: Bowing Deer
32:57 Todaiji Temple in Nara Park: Grand Buddha Hall
34:07 Ichiran Introvert Ramen Cafe in Kyoto
36:01 Epson teamLab Borderless Digital Museum

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My Autumn Trip to Japan - 14 Days in Japan

I went to Japan during the Autumn season where I visited seven cities in the span of two weeks.
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Osaka - IAM Hotel:
Koyasan - Saizenin:
Nara - Nara Visitor Inn:
Kyoto - Pocket Hotel:
Kanazawa - Hotel Pacific:
Takayama - Yukimurasaki:
Tokyo - Hotel Zen Tokyo:


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00:00 - Intro
01:11 - Osaka
02:42 - Namba Yasaka Shrine
05:39 - Umeda Sky Building
10:00 - Koyasan
10:34 - Saizen-in Temple lodging
15:34 - Nara
17:22 - Parco Okonomiyaki
17:46 - Kyoto
18:50 - Senko-ji Temple
21:38 - Kanazawa
22:59 - Sushi Ippei
24:40 - Yukimurasaki Ryokan
27:21 - Hotel Zen Tokyo
28:06 - Mipig Cafe
28:45 - teamLab Borderless

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How to Travel Japan on the CHEAP (2021) | Budget Travel Tips

Japan is NOT expensive. Find out how to travel Japan on a budget in the first part of our Japan travel guide series and discover where you can find the cheapest eats, free attractions and save on transportation.

Not gonna lie. Making your trip to Japan as cheap as possible comes down to self-control. There's SO much to do and eat that you'll find yourself constantly spending money without even realising. Trust us, we've made that mistake. It's hella hard to resist.

If you have the willpower to resist snacks, fun touristy things (*ahem* animal cafes); and stay in hostels, capsules or with host families, you can reduce your Japan trip cost and make it a decently cheap vacay.

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The TRUE Cost of an ACTUAL Japan Trip: Budget & Luxury Travel Tips

During our last trip to Japan, I made a list of EVERY SINGLE TRANSACTION we made whilst travelling. I made a massive spreadsheet and now share where our costs went, from accommodation to food, sightseeing and transport, and show you how to save and travel on a budget, to where best to spend your money to get the most from your trip. How expensive is Japan really? It's all here!

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00:00 Intro
1:16 Japan Food Costs
4:06 Japan Sightseeing Costs
5:12 Japan hotel Costs
9:11 Japan Transport Costs
11:26 How Much is a Japan Vacation

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Japan Travel Planning Guide: 5 Classic Itineraries

With so many amazing parts of Japan, which is the best to visit? We’ll explore five of Japan’s classic itineraries to help you plan your next trip to Japan! These are some of the best places to discover in Japan. I’ll also discuss how to get there and how to connect them with other destinations. The most popular tourist route is known as the Golden Route which visits Tokyo, Mt Fuji, Kyoto, and Osaka. But there's way more to Japan than just that route!

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HOW MUCH SPENDING MONEY FOR JAPAN (2 WEEKS) DO YOU NEED? | My exact cost to visit Tokyo, Kobe, Osaka

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Flying From India To Japan | Flight, Visa, Cost, Rail Pass, Sim Card | Indian in Japan E01

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Welcome to the first video of my Japan series

In this video, I am going to be taking you guys, with me as I travel from India to Japan.

This video has all the information you need before you plan a trip to Japan .

In this video, I have covered topics like Flights, Japan Visa, Cost, Japan Rail Pass, Sim card. Basically everything you need to know before traveling to Japan

In this video, you will find answers to questions like

1. How to travel Japan
2. How expensive is Japan
3 How to get Japan visa from India
4. How much does it cost to travel to Japan from India
5. Where to buy JR Pass in India
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Osaka Nightlife: RLD in Japan (Osaka Backstreet Tour)

Backstreet Osaka Tour offers the most unique and mysterious tour of Osaka with a food adventure including yakitori, takoyaki and Japanese oden but also eating tarantulas, snakes and mealworms above all the tour makes stops at Japan's most dangerous district: Nishinari and Tobita Shinchi, the mysterious RLD in Japan run by the Yakuza. Subscribe to my channel ► for new videos!

The Backstreet Osaka Tour kicks off at the Imamiya Ebisu Shrine where you'll learn why 1 million Japanese come here on January 9th, 10th and 11th to bring gifts with costs ranging from 10 bucks to thousands of US dollars. Eventually the tour moves through Shinsekai and Nishinari where you get a healthy dose of reality of living in the Osaka ghettos. The good, the bad and everything else in between!

The Backstreet Osaka Tour ends at one of the most fun Izakayas in Osaka: Hachifukujin where you will feast on ome-rice, yakisoba and gyoza alongside a few cold brewskis.

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Eating a tarantula must have been my most memorable experience on this tour, never have I ever been this afraid to eat something, not even my Korean Octopus Adventure comes close. It tasted like burned shrimp but even more tasteless, the best thing this street vendor had to offer were grilled snake and mealworms but make sure to chase it with a cold tasty beer.

Besides eating tarantulas, we could choose lots of other bizarre items ranging from frogs, cockroaches and scorpions to entire geckos. Shinsekai is a must-see district in Osaka, if not for its for food, definitely for its unique atmosphere and beautiful store decorations.

The most mysterious place on this tour is Osaka's red light district known as Tobita Shinchi where you can witness beautiful Japanese girls trying to lure Japanese businessmen into their little shop. The district consists out of 3 major streets, first street houses girls in their 20's, second street women in their 30's and third street 40's and up. Another interesting area the tour visits is Kamagasaki where the homeless population of Osaka hangs out. It is quite eye-opening to see the state of housing in these ghettos, a site usual tourists will never see of Japan. This entire district goes by the name: Nishinari, primarily run by the Yakuza, Japan's maffia organization.

To get to Osaka from Tokyo, I highly recommend you purchase the Unlimited Japan Rail Pass which let's you travel Japan for either 7, 14 or 21 days on the Shinkansen bullet trains which run at 320 km/hr.

While you are in Osaka make sure to also checkout the famous Dotonbori district and all its other attractions, for that watch my complete 30 Secrets & Things To Do in Osaka video.

If you still have enery after the incredible Backstreet Osaka Tour, continue your nightlife adventure at the Osaka Pub Crawl on Friday and Saturday. You will visit the best bars & nightclubs in Shinsaibashi which covers 3 bars and 1 epic nightclub twice per week. Including places such as DOMUS, LIFE and Sam & Dave. The Osaka Pub Crawl is a great way to quickly make new friends in Osaka and learn everything about the latest hot spots in the city. The Osaka Pub Crawl is ONLY $18 USD with a 20% discount for 4 hours of fun, you cannot go wrong!

If you make new friends in Osaka, you will eventually be asked to be added to LINE. LINE is 'the' chat app in Japan, so if you do not have DATA on your phone during your stay, make sure to rent a dirt cheap pocket Wifi station at the airport. You can take these pocket Wifi stations all over Japan and allow you to connect many of your devices like your laptop, tablet and phone. It even fits in your back pocket. Luckily, I have a 50% discount on Wiho pocket Wifi stations on Voyagin. I personally rent this device everytime I visit Japan.

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TOP 27 Things to Do in BERLIN Germany 2022 | New Normal Travel Guide

The best things to do in Berlin in 2021 are not always easy to figure out. Especially during the new normal. In this video I show you what it is like to travel to Berlin, Germany now. This travel guide will help you to safely explore all of the city's major landmarks without the usual tourist crowds.

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0:40 1. Brandenburger Tor |
1:54 2. Reichstag |
2:33 3. Holocaust Memorial |
4:42 4. Potsdamer Platz |
5:19 5. take an escooter
5:53 6. Checkpoint Charlie |
7:02 7. Berliner Dom |
8:27 8. Gendarmenmarkt |
8:54 9. Augustiner am Gendarmenmarkt
9:44 10. German breakfast
10:09 11. Berlin Wall Memorial |
12:25 12. Currywurst
12:45 13. Berliner Weiße
13:22 14. River cruise
14:27 15. Neues Museum
15:20 16. Alexanderplatz |
16:11 17. Craft Beer & Burgers
16:35 18. Kottbusser Tor bar hop
17:18 19. Admiralsbrücke
18:16 20. East Side Gallery |
19:50 21. Kebap
20:42 22. Schloss Charlottenburg |
22:00 23. Gedächtniskirche |
22:37 24. Kurfürstendamm |
23:21 25. Ritter Sport Bunte Schokowelt
24:40 26. Tiergarten |
25:33 27. KaDeWe Food Hall |

[Tokyo, Japan] The Ultimate 5-Day Travel Itinerary for First Timers!

???? [Tokyo, Japan] My First Solo Trip: 6 Days in Tokyo, Japan Travel Itinerary

^ This is my first travel guide to Japan! Watch the vlog series to see what we did on my second trip to Japan though (Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka)!

Hi everyone! Welcome to the first episode of my Tokyo, Japan vlog series! In today's episode, we'll be exploring Akihabara (the land of anime), Asakusa (Sensoji Temple), the Pokemon Centre, and the Samsung Galaxy Store in Harajuku! Stay tuned for episode 2 where I'll be bringing you to Tokyo's famous Team Lab Planets and the giant gundam in Odaiba! Hope you all enjoy ♥️

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[Kyoto + Nara]
➫ Day 1: Tokyo to Kyoto (Gion) | Day 2: Fushimi-Inari & Nara Park:
➫ Day 3: Ginkakuji, Kinkakuji & Ryokan Experience in Arashiyama (Hanaikada):
➫Day 4: Arashiyama - Togetsukyo Bridge, Bamboo Grove & Monkey Park:

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JAPAN 2 weeks Itinerary / Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Mt Fuji, Kamakura, Nara, Koyasan / Japan Travel Vlog

Japan itinerary for 2 weeks trip visiting Tokyo - Kyoto - Osaka with the side trips to Hakone/Oshino Hakkai, Kamakura/Enoshima, Nara and Koyasan. More detailed information of the places shown on this video, you can find on my channel in the separate videos

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How To Travel Japan ? | Ultimate Guide For Indian Travelers | Visa, Cost, Itinerary, Flight, JR Pass

How To Travel Japan ?. This is a question that I have received so many times since I have come back from my trip . That is why I decided to make the ultimate guide for Indian travelers who want to travel Japan.

This video has it all. I have left no question, unanswered.

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0:00 - Introduction
0:48 - Preparing for Japan
1:03 - Visa
1:28 - Flight
1:45 - Japan Rail Pass
3:20 - Accommodation
4:40 - Itinerary
5:18 - Day by day Itinerary
33:54 - Cost of entire trip


In this video, you will find answers to questions like

1. How to travel Japan
2. How expensive is Japan
3. How to get Japan visa from India
4. How much does it cost to travel to Japan from India
5. Where to buy JR Pass in India
6. Where to buy SIM card in Japan
7. How to get from Narita Airport to Tokyo ?
8. How to prepare for a trip to Japan
9. How to travel Japan from India
10. How is life of Indian in Japan
11. Cost of Japan trip from India
12. Japan Itinerary
13. How to travel Japan in 2 Weeks
14. How to travel Japan in 14 Days
15. How to plan a trip to japan


This video has my complete 2 weeks itinerary from Tokyo - Mount Fuji - Kyoto - Osaka and to Hiroshima.

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Japan Budget Guide - 10D Tokyo to Osaka for under S$1.1k using the JR Pass | The Travel Intern

Skip the usual Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto. This Japan itinerary is for the seasoned Japan traveller:

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Who says Japan is expensive? Here's what we did spending less than SGD1.1k for 10 days trip in Japan using the JR Pass. Follow our journey across Tokyo 東京, Yokohama, Kamakura, Nagoya, Kyoto, Nara, and Osaka 大板!

Transport isn’t cheap in Japan but with careful planning, it’s definitely possible to exceed the value you pay for the JR Pass — we saved a total of S$114. Check out our 10-day Japan itinerary from Tokyo to Osaka, along with tips at the end on maximising your JR Pass!

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TOKYO

0:19 - Shibuya Crossing
Walk around Japan's busiest crossing and experience the organised chaos.

0:22 - Harajuku
People watch and eat at one of the hippest districts of Tokyo.

0:26 - Odaiba
Take a soak at an onsen, to exploring this man-made island with big parks and malls.

0:28 - Senso-Ji Temple
Marvel at the most famous temple in Tokyo and see how locals and tourists blend in together.

0:30 - Tokyo Disneyland/sea
Relive your childhood at the happiest place in Tokyo! Tokyo Disneyland for the big kids, and Tokyo Disneysea for the adventure lovers.

YOKOHAMA

0:37 - Yokohama Cup Noodle Museum
Learn the history of cup noodles in japan and also customise your own cup noodle souvenirs.

KAMAKURA

0:48 - Kotoku-In
Renowned for The Great Buddha of Kamakura, a monumental outdoor bronze statue of Amitābha, which is one of the most famous icons of Japan.

0:52 - Kamakura Daibutsu
Stand in awe at the Great Buddha of Kamakura

NAGOYA

0:57 - Nagoya Castle
Entirely reconstructed, but is one of the 3 most famous castles in Japan.

1:06 - Osu Kannon
Iconic Buddhist temple in Nagoya that dates back to the 14th century.

1:10 - Osu Shopping District
Next to the temple is the Osu shopping district where you can find cafes, street snacks as well as vintage stores.

KYOTO

1:19 - Arashiyama Bamboo Grove
Walkthrough the thick forest of bamboo stalks which and make a stop at the various gardens around the Arashiyama area.

1:26 - Fushimi Inari Taisha/Shrine
One of the most photographed places in Kyoto. The rows of red torii gates are quite a sight.

1:36 - Cycling around Kyoto
Best way to travel around Kyoto.

1:38 - Kiyomizu-Dera Temple
On the list of UNESCO World Heritage site, famous for its 13m high wooden stage perched on the hillside.

1:41 - Nishiki Market
Eat till you drop! Have your fill of matcha snacks, grilled skewers and large oysters. Closes at 6pm though.

NARA

1:49 - Nara Deer Park
Buy a stack of biscuits for ¥150 which the deers will bow to you just be fed which is absolutely adorable.

1:55 - Todai-Ji Temple
Houses a large buddha statue and is possibly one of the largest wooden structures in the world.

OSAKA

2:03 - Minoo Park
Gorgeous waterfall away from the city to chill.

2:13 - Dotonbori
A favourite food street in Japan. You can find almost any Japanese street food you can think of here.

2:16 Creo-Ru
Takoyaki to die for.

2:20 - Kinryu Ramen
Cheap and really tasty ramen.

2:22 - Melonpan Food Truck
Hands down the best melon pan in Japan

2:28 - Overnight Sunrise Seto Train from Osaka to Tokyo
Instead of taking the Shinkansen, try the scenic overnight train but a chance at seeing Mount Fuji in the morning! You get to save on accommodation too.

2:33 - Mount Fuji
Standing at a whopping 3,776.24 metres, marvel at the highest mountain in Japan!

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