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Hey everyone, I'm going to Tokyo in about a year. What I'm wondering is has anyone here on CDC been to there and have any tips on where to go?

Also if there's anything I should avoid or things I should bring. It would also be great to here if you enjoyed yourself there!

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Guess this isn't the best place to ask.

I always seem to forget this

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Bang lots of broads they aint use to NA men you will look like Dirk Diggler.

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Hey everyone, I'm going to Tokyo in about a year. What I'm wondering is has anyone here on CDC been to there and have any tips on where to go?

Also if there's anything I should avoid or things I should bring. It would also be great to here if you enjoyed yourself there!

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Tokyos great much to see and do.

How long are you going for?

The transit system is second to none and the layout and maps of it are super easy to understand.

The only thing i really found frustrating is lack of wifi and no one seems to understand what it is. They all have their own "japanese" phones that run on a system totally incompatible with Na, Europe or any other country for that matter. And its not easy to buy a phobe there etc. Wish i had researched more on wifi or a solution to the lack of before i went.

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I'm going for about 2-3 weeks.

Perfect! I'm glad to here the transit it good, I really want to see the most I can.

Thanks for letting me know about the wifi, that will be a pain...

Any must see events or places?

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First thing I saw when I turned on the TV in the hotel my first night in Japan (1986) was bondage porn! The Japanese are some kind of super freaks!!

I spent two weeks in the Kobe/Osaka area. One thing I definitely recommend is to get out into the countryside. It is totally different and a very beautiful country.

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Avoid going their in the first place

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Don't forgot to hit the killer mountains while you're there.

Some of the best powder if you're a snowboarder or skier.

Other than that enjoy the food and the nightlife, it's no where near the same as here. Don't forget the trains are never later than 3 seconds (Which is the average, also apparently its rude to talk on your phone and beware many of the subway lines don't have any english signs but there's literally a station in every spot of the city)

Maybe try out one of these capsule Hotel rooms, its super cheap and surprisingly conformable and roomy

220px-CapsuleHotelCapsule.jpg

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See if you can find the "this would never happen in Japan" dude.

What was his name again?

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See if you can find the "this would never happen in Japan" dude.

What was his name again?

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Don't forgot to hit the killer mountains while you're there.

Some of the best powder if you're a snowboarder or skier.

Other than that enjoy the food and the nightlife, it's no where near the same as here. Don't forget the trains are never later than 3 seconds (Which is the average, also apparently its rude to talk on your phone and beware many of the subway lines don't have any english signs but there's literally a station in every spot of the city)

Maybe try out one of these capsule Hotel rooms, its super cheap and surprisingly conformable and roomy

220px-CapsuleHotelCapsule.jpg

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Yep, poster up there was right about not talking on your phone on the train. Be super respectful to the elderly as well, give up your seat if there aren't any.

Anything that's worth doing in Tokyo will be on the internet or in a guide book.

http://wikitravel.org/en/Tokyo

If you have any specific questions though, I'd be happy to answer them to the best of my ability... I went there this summer. :) Great city, though I love Japan in general!

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