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Japan beach resort with toddler in may

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Just researching ideas. My best friend from college lives in Burma. Burma is just too far for me to travel from the U.S. with a 3 year old. It's a bummer but my son also has numerous food allergies and I just don't think I can handle the potential medical emergency if something happened in Burma.

Hence Japan, I thought maybe we could meet in the middle. Any thoughts about where to go? This would be the week before Memorial Day in the U.S. and probably over the Memorial Day holiday. I would love a beach resort for a few days as my son loves the beach then we could also spend a few days traveling around the country.

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