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Almost 2 weeks in Japan - feedback would be lovely!

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Hello all,

I will be travelling to Japan this Spring with my husband. We're pretty sure we need to fly in and out of Tokyo, as it seems to be the most cost effective.

Here's what we have so far:

23rd March - arrive Tokyo for 5 days

Take day-trip to Nikko, kawaguchiko and/or kamakura

27th March - leave Tokyo for Kyoto (for 4 days) by train (view mount Fuji from Shin-Fuji Station), visit Nara

31st March - Leave Kyoto for Hiroshima (for 2 days)

2nd April - Return to Tokyo (2 days)

4th April - fly home

Does this seem reasonable? Any glaring omissions?

Thanks everyone!

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