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1 year aniversary vacation

Tokyo Duration:14 days Hotel type: traditional Japanese inn Budget: approx. 600,000 yen

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See + Do Ueno Neighborhood, Tokyo

Ueno is the old-fashioned part of town that's popular with visitors who come for its cultural attractions. Several museums (including the Tokyo National Museum)... more

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See + Do Tokyo National Museum, Tokyo

The national museum of Japan has a spectacular collection of Japanese art, but the displays can be on the old-fashioned side. One exception is the Horyuji... more

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See + Do Shinjuku Neighborhood, Tokyo

Shinjuku is a metropolis within a megalopolis, an elevated neighborhood on top of the world's busiest station and Tokyo's western hub. This is modern Tokyo at... more

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See + Do Shibuya Neighborhood, Tokyo

The crossing in front of Shibuya station, one of the busiest intersections in the world, is a sight in itself, with thousands of pedestrians and huge video... more

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See + Do Nikko, Japan

A Japanese proverb says, "Never say kekko until you've seen Nikko." "Kekko" means both splendid and satisfied, and the double meaning won't be lost on visitors... more

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See + Do Mineral Baths, Tokyo

Japan is famous for its rustic hot springs (onsen), and even Tokyo has its own mineral-rich baths. Azabu-Juban Onsen sits above a natural source whose dark... more

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See + Do Meiji Jingu (Meiji Shrine), Tokyo

Leave the bedlam of Harajuku behind and walk to Meiji Shrine, a peaceful, wooded haven dedicated to Emperor Meiji (1852–1912). Pass through the giant... more

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See + Do Hamarikyu Gardens, Tokyo

If the relentless concrete and expressways get to be too much, take a short walk from Shiodome station to historic Hamarikyu Garden. Originally built in the... more

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See + Do Hakone, Japan

Hakone has hot springs, cool mountain air, and outstanding views of Japan's most famous peak, Mount Fuji. It's also teeming with day-trippers on the weekends,... more

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See + Do Edo-Tokyo Open-Air Architectural Museum, Tokyo

This complex is less a museum than a whole day out. Earthquakes, firebombing, and rampant development have left few examples of old architecture in Tokyo, but... more

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See + Do Ginza Neighborhood, Tokyo

Long the haunt of ladies who lunch, take in a show at the Kabuki theater, and shop in the big department stores and genteel backstreets, Ginza has suddenly... more

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Shop Mujirushi Ryohin, Tokyo

Mujirushi Ryohin ("no-brand goods"), or Muji, is an essential stop and a ubiquitous source for a superb selection of well-designed, good-value housewares,... more

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Shop Kurachika Yoshida, Tokyo

The Japanese excel at functional accessories, and this shop is the last word in well-designed, good-looking bags, rucksacks, suitcases, and wallets. Some are... more

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Eating Sukeroku, Tokyo

One visit to this tiny jewel—with nine counter seats, no tables, and a kitchen the size of an airplane galley—in the heart of Ginza will forever... more

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Mu-Hung, Tokyo

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Hotel Homeikan, Tokyo

Homeikan is a traditional Japanese inn situated in three separate buildings (the 25-room Honkan, 31-room Daimachi, and 33-room Morikawa) in a quiet residential... more

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Eating Koya, Tokyo

Expect a line (and the possibility that you might have to share a table) weeknights, when local college students and office workers crowd into this lively,... more

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