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Need some planning information for Japan trip

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We're going to India (from Denver) in December, but we'd like to see some of Japan on the way there. We'd like to fly into Narita, and spend some time in Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto, before continuing on to Delhi. This is not intended to be a comprehensive tour of Japan; for this trip, we only want to see those cities.


We're thinking of taking trains between those cities. I could use your advice on a couple of questions:

How much time should we allot for each of those cities? We're locked into an arrival time in Delhi, but we're very flexible on time in Japan; we'll just leave Denver earlier if we have to.

We're considering flying into Narita, then after our time in Tokyo, taking the train to Kyoto and Osaka, and flying out of Osaka to Delhi. Does this make sense, or is there a better way to do this?

Thanks for any help you can provide.

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