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Overnight in Hakone or Nikko?

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I will be travelling in Japan for 3 weeks in Nov. . I have 7 nights in Tokyo before leaving and travelling the country for the next 2 weeks. During the 7 nights in Tokyo I'd like to go to Nikko and Hakone as well as spend 2 or 3 full days in Tokyo.
1- Is this doable, and if so, is it better to overnight in Hakone or Nikko,? , I'd then do the other as a day trip I don't think I have time to overnight in both Nikko and Hakone unless I eliminate a day in Tokyo
2- If not doable, which do you recommend for a first time traveler..., Hakone or Nikko? Our first stops after leaving Tokyo are Matsumoto, Takayama Kanazawa.. Hiroshima and Kyoto.

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