I will be spending 6 nights in Tokyo-3 on arrival, then an overnight in Nikko (if there isn't a lot of the shrines covered by scaffolding in Nov.) then a return to Tokyo for 3 nights before moving on. I can stay all 6 nights in Shinjuku, or the first 3 nights in Asakusa and the final 3 nights in Shinjuku. I will be visiting sites in Ueno and Asakusa the first 2 full days of my stay in Tokyo, and then leaving for Nikko on the tird day. That is why I booked the Asakusa hotel. But in retrospect I am wondering if it is worth switching hotels on our return from Nikko, or should we just stay in Shinjuku for all 6 nights and commute to Asakusa for 3 days. (The train to Nikko leaves from Asakusa station) Any thoughts would be appreciated.
Is it worth switching hotels in Tokyo?
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