How to go about booking a holiday to Japan?
Next year I would love to go to Japan.. it's been something I have wanted to do for years now, and I've finally decided to start saving for it. Now, I'd like to go to Tokyo.. but I'm unsure of where to start. Does anyone have any tips or experience with travelling to Japan? What airline to use? Where to stay? What city or prefecture to visit (as I am flexible if Tokyo is too expensive)? I like in the UK and have a part time job. Thanks for the advice in advance!
Asked By: Laura Cooke - 2/11/2012
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Hello, probably london-tokyo-osaka-toyko, and back to uk... More
Answered By: Kyo Waii - 2/12/2012
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Well, first you need to make a plan or research first on what are the things you can do on that country. After that, if things are okay then you should start booking your flight and on any hotel but make first a budget plan for that.
Answered By: Spike - 2/12/2012
I suggest going during off seasons and going about multiple Japanese travel agencies (if you don't mind the high chance of broken English when they communicate with you... More
Answered By: Kana - 2/12/2012
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