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$186.35 per adult
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Mt Fuji and Hakone 1-Day Bus Tour return by Bullet Train (Shinkansen)
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Mt Fuji and Hakone 1-Day Bus Tour return by Bullet Train (Shinkansen)

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Experience Japan’s tallest peak and beautiful Hakone National Park on this all-day excursion. After a convenient hotel pickup, catch amazing views of Mt. Fuji and learn about the region’s grand scenery from an informative multilingual guide. Enjoy an optional lunch and cruise Lake Ashi, visit the volcanic Owakudani valley and admire panoramic vistas from the Hakone ropeway, or cable car. Your return trip is aboard a bullet train.
$171.18 per adult
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Elisabethmh wrote a review Sep 2020
Oslo, Norway562 contributions81 helpful votes
Shinjukus Izakaya district is a very unique place and definately a "must see" in Tokyo. This place ooze of the pleasant smell of barbeque, local dishes and cheers with the locals. Find yourselv a restaurant and dig in nice autentic food. Mind you it can get quite crowded both in the streets and in the very small restaurants - but it`s worth a visit. Definately a memory for life! The food is excellent and cheap. Cash only.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Jaja IVe wrote a review Jun 2020
22 contributions19 helpful votes
You can find everything here from traditional mochi, ramen, kimono; chopsticks... to cheap chinese phonecases or even deluxe brands at lower prices and detax shops. Enjoy the "old japan" traditional atmosphere mixed with the contemporain and hightech items. This duality is a strong symbol of this beautiful city.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Komator wrote a review Jun 2020
Barcelona, Spain646 contributions195 helpful votes
Very close to Shinjuku's station, you'll find this area. Very small streets, very tiny, neon lights and tons of small restaurants and izakayas. If you go in summer,... prepare for the heat :)
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Date of experience: August 2019
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johnandlizb wrote a review Mar 2020
Leamington Spa, United Kingdom925 contributions369 helpful votes
This tiny street is really quite lovely. It is tiny made up entirely of for outlets, so it is fatty, grimy and smells of food. But it is pretty, with fake flowers strung up across the alley and lots of people bustling around. Over in minutes unless you stop to eat there, but nice never-the-less.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Mr Tan wrote a review Mar 2020
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food is great, authentic japanese but expensive if there is seating charge. there is a mixed toilet cubicle after walking through the male urinals. only in japan.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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