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Final Itinerary Kyoto area through Kamakura (skipping Tokyo this trip)

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Many of you have helped me plan our trip in from April 3-20 2015.

Here is what our final itinerary looks like (with approximate transit times in between):

Kansai Airport (1 night)
(1 hour)
Nara (2 nights)
(2 hours)
Koyasan (1 night)
(3.5 hours)
Kyoto (5 nights)
(3 hours)
Tsumago (1 night)
(3 hours)
Shibu Onsen near snow monkeys (1 night)
(1.5 hours)
Karuizawa (2 nights)
(3.5 hours)
Hakone (2 nights)
(2 hours)
Kamakura (1 night)
(1.5 hours)
Haneda Airport (midnight flight)

We're staying in a range of places from guesthouses, hotels and an apartment to several nice ryokans.

Is there anything about the itinerary that I should be aware of? Are the train times in between places reasonable? We normally don't stay such short times at places, but somehow this trip just happened that way. We've never been to Japan and have so many things we'd like to see.

Just about anything can still be rearranged at this point if there is something of concern in the way I've planned things so far.

Thank you.

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