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Japan itinerary help

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We are planning a two week trip to Japan next April. We will be attending a meeting in Yokohama April 10,11 and 12 with time to sight see while we are there. We are then thinking of : train to Hakone on April 14 ; April15 train to Kyoto;Kyoto-April 15,16,17,18; April19 train to Kanazawa;Kanazawa -April 19,20;bus or train to Takayama with a stop to see Shirakawa-go;one night,April 21 in Takayama; late afternoon train to Tokoyo on April 22; April 22,23,24 Tokoyo. Does this itinerary work for a first time visit to Japan?We plan to travel by train. Does it make sense to go to Hakone for one day on the way to Kyoto? Is it a good idea to spend two nights in Kanazawa and one night in Takayama? Can you sightsee in Tokoyo while staying in Yokohama? Any suggestions will be welcome.

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