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Seeking itinerary advice - 14 days in Japan in November

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Hi all! Could you take a look at this itinerary and let me know if you have any suggestions or changes? We'll be in Japan the first half of November, flying into Tokyo and out of Osaka.

We love to hike, and my husband doesn't really enjoy crowds and large cities, hence why we only plan to spend a couple days in Tokyo.

Day 1: Tokyo

Day 2: Tokyo

Day 3: Tokyo

Day 4: Shosenkyo Gorge; spend the night in Tsumago

Day 5: Explore Tsumago and Magome; evening train to Kyoto

Day 6: Kyoto

Day 7: Kyoto

Day 8: Kyoto

Day 9: Explore Nara park; hike the Yamanobe Road; spend the night in Asuka

Day 10: Hike around Asuka, then train to Mount Koya

Day 11: Explore Mount Koya

Day 12: Explore Mitarai Gorge; evening train to Osaka

Day 13: Osaka

Day 14: Day trip to Hiroshima and Miyajima

Day 15: Fly home

My husband and I are in our late 20s, and we travel frequently, so we are used to traveling from city to city fairly quickly, although I'm trying to minimize the extra-long train journeys so we don't have many days where we spent more than 3-4 hours traveling. Thoughts?

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