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I am planning about a 9 day trip in Japan- starting in Tokyo and ending in Nagasaki where my husband and I are meeting a cruise.

As of now, we are planning to travel to Tokyo, Kyoto, and Nagasaki
My husband, however, is an avid car fan and wants to do the Toyota car tour. I looked it up and it says that it is in Nagoya, Japan.

Can someone familiar with Japan please help me and tell me where and how to incorporate this trip in my travels. Is it on the way from Tokyo to Kyoto? Is it a day trip from one of these cities? Is it even worth it?

Thank you so much!

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