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Old 30-09-2016, 12:00 PM   #4576
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Try looking on Tokyo cheapo. They ran an article on flea markets when they are held and where
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Old 02-10-2016, 05:04 PM   #4577
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I will be visiting Nikko for 1 day 1 night.may I know which Nikko pass should I get?2 days Nikko pass or all days niko pass?
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from Haneda to Shibuya

Hi, I will be arriving in Haneda Airport at 4.05PM on 26th Oct (Wednesday) and was wondering if I should take the train (will it be peak period on trains at this time?), or is the bus a better option? Thanks!
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Also, I am wondering if bringing food through customs is allowed. Not fresh meats or vegs, but for example: processed food tightsealed in cans or jars, or vacuum packed
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I will be visiting Nikko for 1 day 1 night.may I know which Nikko pass should I get?2 days Nikko pass or all days niko pass?
You can decide by looking at their coverage area and mode of transport vs your itinerary.
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Hi, I will be arriving in Haneda Airport at 4.05PM on 26th Oct (Wednesday) and was wondering if I should take the train (will it be peak period on trains at this time?), or is the bus a better option? Thanks!
Bus would be better if you are adverse to crowd. But bus maybe less puncture as in reaching your destination.
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Also, I am wondering if bringing food through customs is allowed. Not fresh meats or vegs, but for example: processed food tightsealed in cans or jars, or vacuum packed
Back into SG? Mostly allowed. Even beef & seafood & pork from Japan also allowed.

http://www.ava.gov.sg/explore-by-sec...r-personal-use
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Also, I am wondering if bringing food through customs is allowed. Not fresh meats or vegs, but for example: processed food tightsealed in cans or jars, or vacuum packed
Check here. Seems beef and eggs can bring from Japan! Didn't know that before
http://www.ava.gov.sg/explore-by-sections/food/bringing-food-into-singapore-and-exporting/bringing-food-for-personal-use

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Anyone have experience with this Nikko pass before?
http://tobutoptours.com/en/2day-nikko-pass.html

I am thinking of online reservation but i see the date stated as "From when"? is it some translation error? should i key in as per the actual date of travel?

Or should i just purchase on the spot for more flexibility to schedule?
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I will be visiting Nikko for 1 day 1 night.may I know which Nikko pass should I get?2 days Nikko pass or all days niko pass?
if u are just going to the world heritage temples in nikko, then 2-day nikko pass is sufficient. but if u are also going to lake chuzenji, then u need the all-nikko pass to cover the buses to and ard the lake
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Anyone have experience with this Nikko pass before?
http://tobutoptours.com/en/2day-nikko-pass.html

I am thinking of online reservation but i see the date stated as "From when"? is it some translation error? should i key in as per the actual date of travel?

Or should i just purchase on the spot for more flexibility to schedule?
u can purchase from asakusa station or at keisei counter at narita airport
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u can purchase from asakusa station or at keisei counter at narita airport
thanks bro.

do you think its necessary to buy beforehand? will there still be passes available on the day trip itself?
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it is not specific train slot based, so should not have a problem getting it on the day you go to Nikko itself.

I am under the impression that only the tobu-line operated stations would sell them though. Check on the site again to make sure
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Old 03-10-2016, 05:18 PM   #4589
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Back into SG? Mostly allowed. Even beef & seafood & pork from Japan also allowed.

http://www.ava.gov.sg/explore-by-sec...r-personal-use
Not back into SG. But bringing food from SG into Japan.
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Hi,
My sister going Tokyo with the kids + my parents for 8days start 5Dec. I wonder where is the best place for ski.And she plan to Mt Fuji also, you think good to go for ski at Mt Fuji instead but I googled and its seem quite expensive.Any better ideals ?

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