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Came here with my 10yr old son, brother in law, sisters and nephews. There was something here for everyone, VR wheelchair races, wheelchair basketball, kids getting their electric car licence, food, shopping etc. We all had a great time and would highly recommend it for...More
Best of all toyotta car from normal passenger car to sports car to future cars can be seen
Best thing if having international license can try some test drive on the new cars
best car playing and racing zone
Brought the family to see the showroom which showcased the futuristic cars by Toyota. There were also VR booths. Was quite enlightening. There was also a go kart but we didn’t try it. We tried the Ferris wheel which gave a good view of the...More
We started our journey from Ueno (where we had to check in the morning after taking shinkansen from Osaka). The train changes were smooth and when we arrived at Daiba, we walked pass Gundam status, Fuji TV building, stopped for a while for Gindacao takoyaki...More
This place is free of charge. It shows a number of old cars from Japanese history including a few European and American cars. Quite interesting if you are fond of cars. They even have a first generation Nissan Skyline GTR. Amazing.
My husband wanted to visit a car assembly place but there was not one near where we were staying. My daughter found this instead. He loved it and to be honest, so did the rest of us. It is a museum of Japanese made cars...More
Quiet by chance we ended up here and it was free and fun !!!
We arrived and it was the Motor Expo 2018 so heaps of cool cars to check out . Kids loved the simulators and the food etc was reasonably priced .
Odaiba is an entertainment hotspot with a giant ferris wheel, concert halls, amusement arcades and lots of shopping. It also boasts Oedo-onsen-monogatari, a hotspring that recreates old Edo-era ambiance and is very popular with foreign visitors. Shiodome has ultra-modern office buildings where you can often find restaurants with a great high-rise view of Tokyo. The neighboring area of Shinbashi is a district of much
older commercial buildings and it's a great place to join 'salary men' enjoying a drink and snacks at street stalls under the railway bridges after work.
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While we attended this attraction, we did not participate in the kart ride or ride studio. I suspect that participation for non Japanese speaking individuals is limited for driver safety as instructions and signage is only... More
While we attended this attraction, we did not participate in the kart ride or ride studio. I suspect that participation for non Japanese speaking individuals is limited for driver safety as instructions and signage is only in Japanese. However, maybe your son can participate in some of the 3D ride simulators (if there is no height restriction).
Kindly send me your suggestions for the following itinerary for family of 4 (2 adults and 2 teenagers) April 15 - Arrive in Tokyo April 16 - Yokohama Hakkejima Sea Paradise & Decks Tokyo beach, Panasonic Centre and/or Mega Web April 17 - Tokyo Tower & Akihabara April 18 - Tokyo Dome & Surroundings April 19 - Shinjuku Gyoen & Koishikawa Botanical Garden April 20 - Fuji Q Highland Park April 21 - Tokyo Sensoji April 22 - Kyoto - Hozugawa River Boat...More
March 28, 2015|
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should spend the same amount of days in Tokyo(apr15-20) and Kyoto/Osaka(apr21-26) Check Tokyo map to see what is close by each other. Day2 is busy. Day 3 4 5 are empty.
Tokyo and Kyoto - Questions and itinerary included. (8 Replies)
Hi!! I have posted my itinerary before, but have made a few changes, so deleted that post. My wife and I are traveling to Japan with our two children (boy - 8 and girl - 5). We will be spending most of our time in Tokyo and have booked an apartment for our stay. We will travel to Kyoto and spend 2 days there before returning to the apartment. We don't want to spend all of our time at theme parks, nor do we want to spend it all at temples. A nice mix of the two would be great. A...More
March 01, 2015|
Another thought... are Monday and Tuesday good days for Disneyland? Or would changing it to Tuesday and Wednesday be a better idea?
7 day itinerary in Tokyo - please comment (4 Replies)
There are 4 of us adults travelling to Japan for the first time this coming June. I have created an itinerary based on some research that I've done, however I know most of you are Tokyo experts and wanted to get some feedback to see if what I've put together is realistic. Please let me know your thoughts. Thank you in advance! Day 1 (Tues): Arrive Narita Airport at 4:30pm - Take train to Shinjuku (Hotel Sunroute) - Walk around, check out Kabuchiko - Grab dinner - Check out Donki ...More
May 14, 2010|
Why not switch some of it--eg Harajuku/Yoyogi Park/Meiji Shrine/Takeshita Dori on Sunday rather than Wed...much more going on on a Sunday. 2nd-when you say Mount Fuji, Bullet Train--is that a tour, or are you doing the Hakone loop? Perhaps a weekday is more suited for that? Tokyo Metropolitan Govt offices you can do any time you want. They are close to your hotel, and at least for me, 1 hour there was more than sufficient. (actually 1/2 hour was enough for me, but it's just not...More