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Help with itinerary for December trip with kids

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Four of us including two kids ages 8 and 10 will be in Japan for 9 days in December (16-26). We are flying to Tokyo and leaving from Osaka. We plan to be in Tokyo for 3-4 nights and in Kyoto for 4 nights (with a side trip to Himeji castle). I am having a hard time deciding where to spend 1-2 nights between Tokyo and Kyoto, considering it will be cold in Takayama and other parts of the country. What do you recommend? My 8-year old wants to see the snow monkeys but I am concerned we will spend lots of hours on travel so that he spends 15 minutes looking at the monkeys. I am also thinking about Hakone and Miyajima. What do you think? Anything else I should consider?

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