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Itinerary for Second Visit to Japan

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We want to return to Japan - our first visit being 11 years ago with kids. Now just two adults. Do not want to re-visit the same places other than Tokyo and Kyoto. Have already been to Nara, Takayama, and Hakone/Fuji/circuit.

Will fly open jaw to Osaka, home from NRT or vice versa. Can you suggest a 12 day itinerary with 3 days Tokyo, 3 or 4 nights Kyoto plus some or all of these or others? I think this is too much so we need to make a realistic plan. Which are the best among these choices for a May or Sept/Oct trip: Will be using trains:
Himeji Castle
Kurashiki
Kanazawa
Miyajima
Hiroshima
Tsumago
Ogimachi
Shiragawa-go
Gifu

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