Japan Trip Update/Report

LovesTimone

Christmas Day 2017
Joined
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We were on local buses so that’s probably why. I had never heard of hop on/hop off buses but I know you’ve mentioned them to me before. I’ve just never seen anyone talk about using them in japan.

I did some digging around and found the link - here's hoping I did this right...

https://www.tours4fun.com/sky-hop-bus-hop-on-hop-off-tokyo-sightseeing-bus.html

There are 3 routes, and the ticket is good for 24 hours... for around 35.00 US per person and from what I read 3 language are offered - and you can order them online... keep on your smart phone, so easy peasy.... I did find a few YouTube videos of them...



As well there is one in Osaka... they offer 1 or 2 day tickets... for around 25.00 bucks per person... it looks like it make some type of loop around the city... hitting up all the site seeing/ tourist spot...

Hopefully this helps out someone planning... just another way to get around...
 
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  • Haley R

    With all the strength of a raging fire
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    I did some digging around and found the link - here's hoping I did this right...

    https://www.tours4fun.com/sky-hop-bus-hop-on-hop-off-tokyo-sightseeing-bus.html

    There are 3 routes, and the ticket is good for 24 hours... for around 35.00 US per person and from what I read 3 language are offered - and you can order them online... keep on your smart phone, so easy peasy.... I did find a few YouTube videos of them...



    As well there is one in Osaka... they offer 1 or 2 day tickets... for around 25.00 bucks per person... it looks like it make some type of loop around the city... hitting up all the site seeing/ tourist spot...

    Hopefully this helps out someone planning... just another way to get around...
    Huh that’s interesting. It’s a little expensive compared to trains but if it’s how you want to travel than it might not be a bad idea!
     

    JKalai

    DIS Veteran
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    Jul 16, 2014
    We just came back from Tokyo and TeamLabs was AMAZING. It was easily one of the top highlights of our trip and 100% work every penny. Thanks again for the awesome TR Haley!!

    If you are planning to go into Tokyo, Teamlabs is a big recommendation. Just get there as soon as it opens as it opens as the line was down the street and around the corner when we were leaving.
     

    Haley R

    With all the strength of a raging fire
    Joined
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    We just came back from Tokyo and TeamLabs was AMAZING. It was easily one of the top highlights of our trip and 100% work every penny. Thanks again for the awesome TR Haley!!

    If you are planning to go into Tokyo, Teamlabs is a big recommendation. Just get there as soon as it opens as it opens as the line was down the street and around the corner when we were leaving.
    I’m glad you enjoyed it! It was one of our favorite things too.
     
  • caylene44

    Aspiring Disney Travel Planner
    Joined
    Aug 19, 2015
    Love that you guys included the points breakdown, super helpful!

    All that alcohol in the lounge was self-serve?! I've never seen that in the states, only in Mexico airport lounges. Crazy.
     

    Haley R

    With all the strength of a raging fire
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    Love that you guys included the points breakdown, super helpful!

    All that alcohol in the lounge was self-serve?! I've never seen that in the states, only in Mexico airport lounges. Crazy.
    I’m glad the info about the points was helpful for you!

    I believe all of it was self serve but I’m not for sure. I don’t drink alcohol so Dh was the one getting it. It did seem like a lot of it was out in the open to just grab though
     

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