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Need advice on trains in Japan

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My husband & I will be in Japan 4/28 to 5/14 for the 1st. time. Not sure the best way to get around. Should I buy a 14 day JR Pass, JR Suica Card and day passes for the bus in Kyoto?.
arrive 4/28 Tokyo Keio Plaza Suinjuku (will take the A/P bus here)
4/29-5/1 Tokyo
5/2 Tokyo to Kyoto The Royal Park Hotel Kyoto
5/3-5/8 Kyoto with day trips to Nara & Hiroshima
5/9-5/13 Kyoto to Toyama City ( to visit daughter who is new to Japan)
5/13 Toyama City to NRT A/P overnight at Narita Excel Hotel
depart 5/14 Back to the states.
I possible, plz be specific. I really stink at public transportation.

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