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An unforgettable trip to Japan!

Let’s explore Japan in a 2 weeks itinerary for the first timers, on a trip that you will never forget. Let’s visit a Country where centuries-old traditions are still very much alive, where food is a divine experience and where solo female travelers can feel safe for real. Are you ready to enjoy the Land of the rising sun?

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A Complete 10-Day Japan Itinerary for First Timers - Cardpe Diem

Japan is becoming one of the most popular tourist destinations and for good reason! The country has a lot to see, but you can knock off a good chunk of it in about 10 days. If it is your first time visiting Japan, Tokyo and Kyoto are a must. This itinerary throws in a few…

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2 Weeks in Japan Itinerary for first time visitors

This comprehensive 2 weeks in Japan itinerary will help you plan your stay, with tips on what to do, see and eat. It also has information on accommodation and all essential must-see places in various cities around the country. We spent 2 weeks in Japan and fell in love with the country, so much so that we ultimately moved and lived in Tokyo for a while. Hence, this ultimate guide comes from expats who know Japan very well.

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