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Hey all. Im thinking of dropping off luggage at dentetsu toyama, deliver to Nagano

but staying 1 day at murodo
https://www.alpen-route.com/en/transport_new/baggage.html

is it possible to collect 1 day ltr? and can i only reclaim 4pm to 8pm? or is this timing only for same day collection?

i assume if i collect the next day, anytime should be fine?

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Since u dun need it the same day, y not just use normal forwarding services such ta-q-bin, and fwd it straight to ur next hotel.
Get ur current hotel to help u make the arrangements and to help u call the next hotel to inform them of the incoming luggage
 

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travelling in march end , is japan a baby friendly place?
thinking if wanna travel along with baby (10months)
 

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Am thinking of Self drive in early december around Fuji and maybe outside of Kyoto. Anyone know the road condition in early dec. Will there be snow?
 

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How's the flu epidemic in Japan now?

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my friend is gg japan, n has bought a NEX round trip ticket, he is departing from haneda.

so is it possible that his NEX round trip ticket can be used both times in the same directions? from tokyo narita to shinjuku ? meaning can i use it when i travel to jpn in may?
 

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NEX departs from NRT...

R u saying u r taking over his NEX tic?

Check for expiry date and whether does he need to be “present” to redeem the tix.

my friend is gg japan, n has bought a NEX round trip ticket, he is departing from haneda.

so is it possible that his NEX round trip ticket can be used both times in the same directions? from tokyo narita to shinjuku ? meaning can i use it when i travel to jpn in may?
 

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my friend is gg japan, n has bought a NEX round trip ticket, he is departing from haneda.

so is it possible that his NEX round trip ticket can be used both times in the same directions? from tokyo narita to shinjuku ? meaning can i use it when i travel to jpn in may?

Do you mean your friend already used the ticket for Narita to Tokyo and you want to take over and reuse the ticket again?

Don't think so. According to the website.
https://www.japan-guide.com/e/e2359_nex.html

It provides a round trip by the Narita Express train (NEX) from the airport to Tokyo, Yokohama or Saitama and back to the airport within a 2-week period at a discount of 33-55 percent.
 
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my friend is gg japan, n has bought a NEX round trip ticket, he is departing from haneda.

so is it possible that his NEX round trip ticket can be used both times in the same directions? from tokyo narita to shinjuku ? meaning can i use it when i travel to jpn in may?

Round trip means one way in each direction and to be used within 14D period from the start date. I don’t think it’s possible.
 

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thanks for the replies
cause he is flying off from haneda, and being sporeans, i'm trying to see if got ways to ' re use it ' haha
 

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travellingin march end , is japan a baby friendly place?
thinking if wanna travel along with baby (10months)
Restaurants can be a bit of a problem. Lots of restaurants in Japan are really small and have no space at all for a pram, so you'd have to do quite a bit of research for baby friendly eateries.
 

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travelling in march end , is japan a baby friendly place?
thinking if wanna travel along with baby (10months)

Read this, not that long but lots of good info for you.

https://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/japan-271/8d7n-tokyo-trip-toddler-5769194-2.html#post112758642
 

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Restaurants can be a bit of a problem. Lots of restaurants in Japan are really small and have no space at all for a pram, so you'd have to do quite a bit of research for baby friendly eateries.

And yet a lot of places that have the space are child friendly. Those restaurants in department stores tend to be - reflecting the clientele. I see lots of prams and strollers parked neatly outside those places. So if you plan right you’ll be ok, and perhaps be willing to take turns eating when it comes to a small ramenya.
 

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Travelling for 10 days. Tokyo>osaka>kyoto>tokyo, any recommendations of places to go with baby(10 months)? Jr pass worth it? which temple in japan is more popular and accurate in praying? Haha!
 

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travelling in march end , is japan a baby friendly place?
thinking if wanna travel along with baby (10months)

Japanese don't give up their seats for old people/pregnant or those with babies on the train

And trains get crowded especially in Tokyo and during peak hours. I seldom people using pram, mostly they use the baby carrier
 
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Japanese don't give up their seats for old people/pregnant or those with babies on the train

And trains get crowded especially in Tokyo and during peak hours. I seldom people using pram, mostly they use the baby carrier

For jr yamanote the reserved seats are at the end carriages.
 
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