Have your parents book and pay for the room in advance and you won't have a problem at the vast majority of hotels. I've done that for my son many times when he...
Japan is not a place for what you seek, especially when you only have 5 days.
Greece is a good suggestion. Take a cruise around the Greek islands.
Wow, they removed that email address in no time at all, but I'm glad some of you got it :-)
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Copy the address before they remove my post, lol!
My husband and I are definitely going next March/April. I might go by myself in December as well using my Japanese passport. If the border is open to foreigners...
I'd only trust made in Japan, US or home-made masks:
All medications you mentioned can be brought into Japan up to a month supply without paperwork.
You can stick with rice, fish, meat, and veggies. If you like sushi, you can stay gluten-free as long as you use tamari instead of regular soy sauce.
I hope the op's travel is not until next year. I don't see Japan opening its borders to US citizens (ordinary travelers) anytime soon.
I've used both MK and Tokyo Airporter. Both are great but I like MK slightly better-their vehicle was newer and the driver better looking :-)
I appreciate your effort posting regarding train schedules and such, but the info is irrelevant as almost nobody is allowed to travel to Japan at the moment 😥
I 100% agree with #8 and 9. Not using luggage forwarding is silly to put it mildly.
Shibuya is an excellent area to stay for young adults. The Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu is probably the best modern hotel there.
That said, I wouldn't count on J...
If Mt. Fuji view is your priority, go to Kawaguchiko. Frequent bus service operates from Shibuya and Shinjuku:
Yes, it does-way down on the list dated Nov 26, 2019.
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The number of COVID-19 positive cases in the US is extremely slow to go down at the moment. I wouldn't plan any trip to Japan for a long time. Japan is not goin...
Buy on Amazon or Rakuten and have it shipped to your hotel. That way you'll have many more choices and you'll save time and effort.
If your flight doesn't get cancelled, most airlines will just give you a voucher. What you get depends on a type of ticket you purchased.
You'll just have to wait and see. If your flight gets cancelled, you'll get a full cash refund even if you booked a non-refund seat.
A Japanese citizen can always go back to Japan even with this COVID fiasco. At the moment, she'll need to be quarantined for 14 days upon return. Though, that m...