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Need help for an unexpected first time trip to Tokyo

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My husband and I will have three full days (4 nights) in Tokyo in mid September. This is our first time to Japan. We plan to stay only in Tokyo and may be take a day trip to Mt. Fuji. I borrow some tour books from library to get some idea how to plan but get really confused by the locations and names. First of all, any suggestion for hotel with a convenient location for subway and trains and sight seeing? Our budget is less than US$200 per night. It will be better if it can be closer to $150/night if possible. What is a good itinerary for a first time visit to Tokyo with 3 full days? Should we join a day trip tour to Mt. Fuji? Any suggestion for a good tour operator? Any advise would be greatly appreciated!

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