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I reckon I could help.
David Jones wrote: Hi Everyone,
I've been wanting to go to Japan, Omiya in particular, for some years now and am thinking of going this October for 7-10 days. Has any one got recommendations, must sees, travel tips etc?
Thanks in anticipation.
David Jones wrote: I'll be travelling alone and all going well won't be on too much of a budget.
I always stay at Ikebukuro, for a number of reasons:
David Jones wrote: Did you stay near Omiya at all or did you do day trips from elsewhere?
I love Japan. I first travelled there around 20 years ago (when I was living in Korea for a while) and have been going back regularly ever since. It has become cheaper and cheaper over the years to travel there, so now is an annual/biannual trek for me. Like I mentioned in a previous post - I can show you how to do 7 nights in Tokyo for less than $1000 all-in ex AUS. For that price, every bonsai enthusiast should do the pilgrimage sooner rather than later.
David Jones wrote: Ive yet to work out how long I can go for but cant help thinking I wouldn't mind getting out in to some of the smaller towns in the countryside. Is that something you have done much of? It sounds like you've traveled to Japan alot.