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Tokyo in Early May

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Just beginning to plan for a late April/early May trip to Tokyo. This will be our first trip to Japan. Will be using our AA miles flyover coach to Narita and business back home to Houston. We will be staying at the Tokyo Hilton for 7 days.

OK now we would like some ideas on what to do and see. Note we are not into museums but enjoy sight seeing, shopping (not the high end stuff), markets (no fish or wet markets). We do not eat sushi, or other fish but do like shrimp tempura, fried rice, beef teriyaki , some noodles.

Also we do not carry debit cards and do not use ATMs for local currency so looking for the best places to exchange dollars.

Having no experience in Japan we would be looking for tips and general do's and don't s . Also any advice on using the metro/trains. To get around.

More questions to follow later.

Thanks,

Billt

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