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Forsythe's Fly to Japan

Forsythe's Fly to Japan - Honeymoon registry Japan

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Things to take us Places
*** Seat Upgrades
*** Seat Upgrades
Matt's TOP REQUESTED gift since his legs are so long! This would be to upgrade to the exit aisle seats for our flights to and from Japan. A definite must when you take a 10-11 hour flight and you are 6'4".

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All-over Japan: 14 Day Train Pass
All-over Japan: 14 Day Train Pass
Will allow us to travel to all of the places we want to go: Tokyo, Hakone, Osaka, Kyoto & Hiroshima! Is cheaper than us paying for a train between each city individually.

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Suica Cards
Suica Cards
In Japan, credit cards are not typically accepted at places. Instead, Suica cards are used after being loaded with money! So this would be the deposit needed for a card (500yen)
$12.00

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Hakone: 2 Day Freepass
Hakone: 2 Day Freepass
Hakone, one of Japan's prime hot spring (onsen) areas and rich in unspoiled nature, is within easy travelling distance from Tokyo. This pass pays for 8 different transportation systems and various sightseeing locations around the city.
$140.00

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Osaka: Bicycle Rental
Osaka: Bicycle Rental
Predominantly flat, very well organized, and populated by outrageously considerate locals who are more than used to sharing space with their two-wheeled companions, Osaka is Japan's true bike city
$40.00

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4,000 Yen to Spend
4,000 Yen to Spend
Approximately in CAD
$50.00


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8,000 Yen to Spend
8,000 Yen to Spend
$100.00


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Places to Stay
1 Night at Hot Springs Hotel
1 Night at Hot Springs Hotel
A fancy hotel with a private hot spring-fed bath on the terrace. Nestled among the trees within the dramatic mountain range of Hakone, this ryoken (hot spring hotel) is perfect for a romantic evening stay. For more: http://www.hakoneginyu.co.jp/en/

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1 Night at a Love Hotel
1 Night at a Love Hotel
In Japan, it's quite common for people to use a "Love Hotel" for just a short nightly stay... We're going to do the opposite and stay for a full night instead. Haven't decided which one yet, but there are a LOT of unique options.

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1 Night at Robot Hotel
1 Night at Robot Hotel
Henna Hotel Maihama is a hotel operated completely by robots - with robot T-rexs to greet you at the door! See the website for more: https://www.hennnahotelmaihamatokyobay.com/en-gb

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1 Night at Oceanside Hotel
1 Night at Oceanside Hotel
A hotel by the ocean with a view! The Grand Prince Hotel Hiroshima is a hotel located right beside the ocean with all the amenities of a resort, with breathtaking views. https://www.princehotels.com/hiroshima/

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Places to Enjoy
Tokyo: Baseball Game Experience
Tokyo: Baseball Game Experience
We want to be able to enjoy a Tokyo baseball game with a local that can tell us more about the differences in Japanese baseball. See details here: https://www.airbnb.ca/experiences/750884?source=wl

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Tokyo: Ghibli Museum Admission Tickets
Tokyo: Ghibli Museum Admission Tickets
Studio Ghibli is a Japanese animation studio located in Tokyo. Six of Studio Ghibli's films are among the 10 highest-grossing anime films made in Japan. Also, Aleasha grew up on Studio Ghibli animes and its been a forever dream to go to this museum.
$30.00

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Tokyo: One Day at Tokyo DisneySea
Tokyo: One Day at Tokyo DisneySea
Tokyo DisneySea is a 176-acre theme park at the Tokyo Disney Resort. There are 7 themed areas or "ports of call": Mediterranean Harbor, American Waterfront, Lost River Delta, Port Discovery, Mermaid Lagoon, Arabian Coast, and Mysterious Island.
$190.00

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Hakone: Ropeway Ticket to Owakudani
Hakone: Ropeway Ticket to Owakudani
Owakudani is one of the most famous viewpoints in Hakone, where you can observe intense volcanic activity up close. It is said that this place came to be thanks to a phreatic eruption and pyroclastic flow that occurred almost 3000 years ago.
$70.00

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Osaka: Hanshin Tigers Baseball Game
Osaka: Hanshin Tigers Baseball Game
Tickets to an Osaka Hanshin Tigers baseball game. Hanshin Tigers are the oldest professional club in Japan, and Tigers fans are said to be the most fanatical in the whole league.
$100.00

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Osaka: Osaka Castle Museum
Osaka: Osaka Castle Museum
Osaka Castle Museum has a large variety of historical materials and the screen displays well-designed for all visitors including children. There is also a large observation deck where you can look over Osaka Castle Park, the city and mountains beyond
$28.00

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Kyoto: Traditional Archery Class
Kyoto: Traditional Archery Class
By wearing the traditional Hakama and armor for archery, experience the fun and also the challenging aspect of Kyudo (Japanese archery). https://www.airbnb.ca/experiences/323937?source=p2
$75.00

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Kyoto: Hidden Bamboo Temple Hike
Kyoto: Hidden Bamboo Temple Hike
Experience Fushimi Inari off paved paths, onto actual forest trails. Hidden bamboo groves and beautiful evergreens leading to hidden temples and shrines around the mountain. https://www.airbnb.ca/experiences/193376?source=p2
$110.00

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Hiroshima: Memorial Peace Museum Admission
Hiroshima: Memorial Peace Museum Admission
Located in the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, this museum is dedicated to documenting the atomic bombing of Hiroshima in World War II.
$10.00

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Places to Eat
Tokyo: Fish Market Food Tour
Tokyo: Fish Market Food Tour
A food tour through Tsukiji (Old) and Toyosu (New) fish markets, and then the items you buy are prepped into a traditional Japanese lunch. Details here: https://www.airbnb.ca/experiences/71924?source=wl

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Tokyo: High-Speed Sushi
Tokyo: High-Speed Sushi
A high-tech Sushi experience! You can actually order dishes from the touch panel computer screens (operated in English, too!) which are placed at each seat, and the conveyor belt delivers your dishes by mini bullet trains with the super-fast speed!
$25.00

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Tokyo: Dinner at Gonpachi Nishi-Azabu
Tokyo: Dinner at Gonpachi Nishi-Azabu
Famously known for its scene in Quentin Tarantino’s 2004 film, Kill Bill !! Gonpachi Nishi-Azabu’s nostalgic atmosphere brings you back to a Japan of a bygone era. This fancy restaurant would be a treat meal for sure.
$80.00

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Tokyo: Ninjas Will Serve You
Tokyo: Ninjas Will Serve You
Yes...Ninja...In Akasaka, there is a place Ninjas hide in the shadows and darkness. Interesting food, that sometimes even involve magic tricks and fire, are served in this restaurant. Watch out for traps and hidden spots in the restaurant!
$130.00

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Osaka: Uncle Rikuoro Cheescake
Osaka: Uncle Rikuoro Cheescake
A shop specialized in fluffy baked cheesecakes. They are one of the most famous cheesecakes in Japan, although only available in Osaka. When visiting Osaka, a lot of people make the detour to try this unbelievable cheesecake.
$18.00

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Osaka: Fish & Dine Restaurant
Osaka: Fish & Dine Restaurant
At ZAUO Namba Main Store, you have to fish for your meal! As soon as you have caught a fish from the 200 fish dumped into the pond daily, you can eat.
$50.00

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Kyoto: Nishiki Market
Kyoto: Nishiki Market
Nishiki Market is a narrow street filled with more than 100 food stands and restaurants. It is an excellent place to sample many of Kyoto’s culinary delights. This just pays for a couple of fun items for us to buy - pickles, spices, sauces, etc.
$40.00

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Hiroshima: Okonomiyaki Special
Hiroshima: Okonomiyaki Special
As the most famous food in the prefecture, the Hiroshimayaki, or Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki, is unique from those found in other parts of Japan. Instead of mixing all the ingredients together, they are layered.
$22.00

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Tokyo: Vending Machine Bread
Tokyo: Vending Machine Bread
The infamous vending machine bread - found in a unique park in Tokyo. Bread is compressed inside of a can, which you then open and it semi-pops out.
$5.00 Bought
Tokyo: Ekiben Time
Tokyo: Ekiben Time
Ekiben is a bento sold at a train station or within a train. Each station sells a bento that contains food from that area. In the past, people would have had to travel to those places to eat the local specialties but now, you can buy them at Tokyo!
$35.00

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