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Tips for One Week in Japan with Baby

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Hello! My husband and I are traveling with our 13 month old to Japan at the beginning of November, Our 7 day itinerary is completely open. We are thinking of spending 2 days in Tokyo and 5 days in Kyoto. So far, we have the Tokyo fish market and Nature Aquarium Museum on our list. We would love to see some scenic and historical places in Kyoto. Since we are traveling with a little one and are looking for a more leisurely experience, we are aiming to do or see one or two things a day. Does anyone have any travel tips or recommendations? I am concerned about traveling from Tokyo to Kyoto (via train?) with 2 suitcases, a car seat, stroller and a newly walking baby!

On another note, is organic whole milk readily available in markets? I am considering bringing boxed milk for the trip so I don't have to worry about her milk needs.

Thank you!

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