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Old 03-11-2013, 03:27 PM   #721
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Minami senju covered by Hibiya line
so what it means is Hibiya line is part of the metro line but not Joban line right?
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Old 03-11-2013, 03:47 PM   #722
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looks warm

But maybe a heatech fleece turtle neck and some more layering will surely help.
haha thanks for the tip!

still cant decide whether to go for it, or get something warmer like quilt or down feather. but price of those are

anyone can give feedback on polyester jacket?
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Old 03-11-2013, 05:23 PM   #723
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so what it means is Hibiya line is part of the metro line but not Joban line right?
Joban is JR. so not metro. whereas Hibiya is:
Tokyo Metro | Subway Map
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Old 03-11-2013, 05:24 PM   #724
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Due to family emergency, both me and wifey did not leave for tokyo this morning, forfeited our flight tixs, 1 day hotel room charge due to last minute cancellation and the eConnect data sim that was sent to my hotel. All in lose about $1500. Will plan for next April.
wah, sorry to hear that Bro. Hope everything is Ok.
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Old 03-11-2013, 05:30 PM   #725
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hi im planning to go tokyo in dec.. planning to go disneyland or disneysea..
my husband and i will be travelling together.. no kids yet.. so which is better? heard that disneyland has more kiddy rides? or should we go for both? or are there any other themeparks which is worth going to?
Maybe Fuji Q is more exciting, and the Mt Fuji as your backdrop could be very memorable
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Disney Sea or the original Land theme parks are good for couples.

If you want a bit more thrills, you can opt for DisneySea

If you are not really that into the whole thing. You can consider the cheaper option of after 6 tickets. There will be lesser people and you can get to enjoy the night time parades. Who knows, you might get treated to fireworks display too!

awesome date night if you ask me

besides, Disney theme parks are known for unleashing ur inner child. Fuji Q has more thrill rides...
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Disney Sea or the original Land theme parks are good for couples.

If you want a bit more thrills, you can opt for DisneySea

If you are not really that into the whole thing. You can consider the cheaper option of after 6 tickets. There will be lesser people and you can get to enjoy the night time parades. Who knows, you might get treated to fireworks display too!

awesome date night if you ask me

besides, Disney theme parks are known for unleashing ur inner child. Fuji Q has more thrill rides...
Thanks so much! will go to both disneysea and Fuji Q..
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oh if you are thinking of what to eat (there are loads to eat in Disney theme parks)

the drumstick (I believe is turkey) sold near the Indy temple of doom ride thing. There is a erm... pyramid thing with water and fire...

the journey to the centre of the earth and 2000 leagues under the sea stuff has this gyoza shaped meat bun...

if you got friends who gone before see if they kept their popcorn buckets. refills are cheaper though it will be hard to resist buying a new bucket cos they update the darn designs of the things to make u gian (those ppl at Disney very good at milking money)
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hi expert, hows the weather tokyo in jan? is it super cold? usually whats the degrees?

n what kind of problems may encounter? snow ?
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January is most in the single digits to abt 10 in the afternoon

some small showers and a bit of snow, not a lot. You will actually see it reported on the news when it snows in the Toyko Metropolitan area.

look out for the puddles after it snows. slippery stuff.

if you travel to the bay area, it will get really windy.
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will the zoo train operate during dec 2013?

????????????????????GOTTON JR???
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Just pick & choose what you prefer:
Tokyo Travel: Suggested Itineraries and Side Trips
thanks many hotels. but got any personel preference to intro?
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thanks many hotels. but got any personel preference to intro?
Not sure about your budget, I see that this one seems alright:
The Shin-Okubo International Hotel Tokyo Japan - Best discount hotel rates
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Not sure about your budget, I see that this one seems alright:
The Shin-Okubo International Hotel Tokyo Japan - Best discount hotel rates

bookmark first... checked, no room avail on my date i going
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bookmark first... checked, no room avail on my date i going
keep searching bro. Kind of late now for Dec, but should have rooms one, the problem is the rates and location only.
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