Shibuya

Shibuya & Halloween Photos

Morning Coffee

I woke up early and went to Shinagawa. I had some coffee and had a look around for a bit before going to Shibuya.

Shibuya

When I got there around 10:45 I took a few photos and went to Shibuya 109 and bought some clothes for my girlfriend. After that I took a few more photos and some video footage.

Harajuku Again

Just after 12:30 I caught a train to Harajuku and had another look around the wider area.

I took a few photos and then about 14:00 I returned to Shinagawa.

Exploring Shinagawa

I spent a few minutes in the station then went to Kita-Shinagawa to drop off my shopping at the Air BnB.

Just after 16:00 I went for a walk in a quiet street around the back of the train station which was had numerous local small shops and convenience stores. I walked down the street for about 30 minutes stopping to look in shops on the way.

I bought some bananas at a fruit stall and caught a train to Shinagawa from Shin-Bamba Station.

More Halloween Photos

From Shinagawa Station I caught a train to Shibuya to take more photos of people celebrating Halloween and to get some more video footage. I stayed in Shibuya until about 20:00 before returning to Shinagawa.

When I got back to Shinagawa, I stopped for a coffee in Anna Miller’s opposite the station then headed back to Kita-Shinagawa. Anna Miller’s is a chain of Restaurants in Japan (and Hawaii).


Index

Introduction

Manchester to Osaka

Arriving in Japan

Kobe and Osaka

Osaka

Kyoto

Osaka to Tokyo

Harajuku

Shibuya & Halloween Photos

Tachikawa

Whistle Stop Tour

Yokohama

Narita to Manchester


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Harajuku

Harajuku

Before Harajuku

I got up around 10:00 and went to Shinagawa Station. I bought a couple of snacks and took some quick video footage of the station.

Harajuku

I caught a train to Harajuku Station to meet one of my HelloTalk friends. We arranged to meet at 11:30 inside the ticket gate at the Omotesando Exit. I arrived early and eat one of the snacks that I bought earlier.

I met my friend and we went to Omotesando.

Harajuku

The area was a mixture of new and old buildings and is known for being a shopping destination.

Omotesando Hills

My friend told me that one of the old buildings we went into used to be apartments a long time ago.

Then we went in a souvenir shop and I tried to get some money from a cash machine. It didn’t work with my MasterCard which may have been because it was Sunday.

While we were there, there was a Halloween Cosplay Parade in the main street. People lined the streets to see it. I took a photo and some video footage.

Omotesando Hills

One of the shops had a robot called Pepper. Pepper is a Japanese robot which is designed to have realistic conversations with people. It was being used to describe make-up products.

Then we headed for Takeshita Street through some back streets.

Harajuku

On the way we stopped in a cafe and had something to eat. While walking I noticed a few people were getting photos of their fashion and cosplay outfits away from the crowds.

Our destination was Takeshita Street which was packed full of mostly young people and teenagers. This area is has been somewhat of a Mecca for young people who love fashion since the 1970s. It is teaming with fashion and accessory shops.

I had a coffee and managed to find a cash machine that worked with my MasterCard.

We then left to catch the train to Shinjuku where I had arranged to meet another HelloTalk friend at 18:30.

Shinjuku

We got there about 16:30 and my friend and I looked around some shops until she had to leave at about 17:30. I continued to look around the area until I met my other friend.

I met my other friend and we went to Kirin City for some food and a few beers. After Kirin City we went to a traditional coffee house before I returned to the train station in order to get back to the Kita-Shinagawa.

 


Index

Introduction

Manchester to Osaka

Arriving in Japan

Kobe and Osaka

Osaka

Kyoto

Osaka to Tokyo

Harajuku

Shibuya & Halloween Photos

Tachikawa

Whistle Stop Tour

Yokohama

Narita to Manchester


Kansai International Airport

Osaka to Tokyo

Getting to the Airport

I woke up early, got ready and finished packing. I set off for the station and caught a Train to Osaka. I got there around 09:00. I was surprised to find that the station was extremely busy with people coming and going to work and school. I mistakenly thought it would be quiet on a Saturday. The information counter didn’t open until 10:00 but I found a station employee and asked which platform I needed for the airport train. I caught the train to the airport. I had to stand for a few stops before I got a seat.

Kansai International Airport

I got to the airport at around 10:00. My flight wasn’t until 14:05 but I chose to arrive early in case there were any issues with transport. Getting around in Japan only basic Japanese can be a challenge. The stations are huge and finding where to go and which platform you need, can be difficult. Understandably, English is not widely spoken.

I got something to eat and explored the shops and restaurants. While I was waiting a young Japanese women approached me as if she needed some help which I thought was strange because in most cases like that there is a language gap. It turned out though that she was an undercover policewoman and she asked me questions about my trip and where I was staying. She only spoke a little English so the conversation was a mixture of Japanese and English.

I checked-in at 12:00, went through security and waited at the departure gate until the plane boarded.

Narita Airport

The flight took 1 hour so I arrived in Narita Airport in Tokyo at around 15:00.

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Inside the terminal I had to catch a shuttle train to the baggage collection area. I picked up my luggage, got something to eat and headed for the train station at about 17:30.

In the terminal I noticed a policeman carrying out another security check with a group of foreigners.

There several options to get to the centre of Tokyo. I opted to catch the Narita Express which stopped in Shinagawa Station which is close to where my next Air BnB was in Kita-Shinagawa. I got a ticket on the platform and caught the train. The train was reservation only.

Shinagawa

When I arrived at Shinagawa Station I had a quick look around and then asked someone at the information desk how to get to Kita-Shinagawa. I caught the train and when I got there, I checked into the Air BnB which was directly opposite the train station on the other side of the road.

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I dropped my things off, had a quick shower and got changed. I was really tired but it was only about 19:30 and I really wanted to get some Halloween photos. I left the apartment and caught a train to Shinagawa where I caught another train to Shibuya on the Yamanote Line. This line loops around central Tokyo and stops at several popular destinations.

Shibuya

I got to Shibuya just after 20:00. I followed the crowds towards Shibuya Crossing. This is the busiest crossing in the world and a major destination for visitors. I followed everyone to a raised walkway which was packed with people viewing Shibuya Crossing through the windows. I watched for a bit and then found an exit. I exited via the Hachiko Exit. Hachiko was a Japanese dog famous for having legendary loyalty to his owner. There is a statue of Hachiko outside the station in Hachiko Square.

There were thousands of people coming and going. Most of them were dressed in Halloween costumes or wearing cosplay. I explored the area briefly and took several portraits and some video footage then returned to the station.

I caught a train to Shinjuku to see what was happening there.

Harajuku Station

On the way I briefly stopped in Harajuku to take some photos. I heard about plans to upgrade Harajuku Station and I wanted to get a photo of the building as it is now. I took a photo of some cosplayers and of Harajuku Station outside the Omotesando Exit.

Shinjuku

I arrived in Shinjuku just before 22:00. Shinjuku not as packed as Shibuya but still very busy. Only a few people were dressed in cosplay.

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I got something to eat and headed back to the Air BnB. I got a little lost and it took me a while to find the station. Luckily we have Google Maps now to help with directions.

Kita-Shinagawa

I caught a train back to Shinagawa where I caught a train to Kita-Shinagawa. When I got in I just went straight to bed.

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Index

Introduction

Manchester to Osaka

Arriving in Japan

Kobe and Osaka

Osaka

Kyoto

Osaka to Tokyo

Harajuku

Shibuya & Halloween Photos

Tachikawa

Whistle Stop Tour

Yokohama

Narita to Manchester


Kyoto

Kyoto

I woke up before 09:00 and got ready to leave. I made a quick trip to Harborland to buy a bigger suitcase. I dropped the case off at the Air BnB and headed to Motomachi Station where I caught a train to Kyoto.

Kyoto Station

I arrived in Kyoto just after 11:00. Just as I was getting off the train a heard an alarm and then I saw some station staff running towards the train. In less than a minute there was about 10 staff members some with emergency medical equipment. It turns out that a young girl had fainted and somebody had raised the alarm. The staff held up the train until they knew the girl was okay and could move her to the platform. After a few minutes the girl seemed better and the train was allowed to leave.

I left to explore the station for a bit and then walked through the city and took a few photos.

Gion

Kyoto is huge. Just before 14:00 I caught a subway train, from where I had ended up, to Gion-Shijo Station.

I got some food and bought an umbrella. I headed to the Geisha district and took a few photos of the area between gaps in the rain.

Sheltering from the rain

The rain got a lot worse so I decided to have a break and got something to eat in a cafe on the main street.

Kyoto

More photos

Then I explored the area a bit more and took more photos.

Returning to Kyoto Station

I headed back to the Gion-Shijo Station to catch a train to Kyoto Station. I had to change trains and couldn’t find the right platform so I asked a station employee for directions. I found the platform and caught a train to my next stop.  Unfortunately I caught the wrong train. I asked an elder lady on the train if the train stopped at Kyoto Station. She said no and turned away from me. I asked young couple opposite for help but I couldn’t understand their Japanese and they couldn’t speak English. They tried their best to help me using Google translate so I thanked them and explained I would get off at the next stop and ask for help there. I got off at the next station and caught a train to Kyoto. I checked with someone on the train that it was going to Kyoto Station and they confirmed it was.

I arrived in Kyoto Station at about 17:00 and took some quick video footage and then caught a train back to Kobe. On the way, I stopped off at Osaka Station and took some more video footage.

Sannomiya

In Kobe, I decided to get off in Sannomiya as I wanted to see the area at night. It was a lot busier than Motomachi and most of the people there were a bit younger than the people I saw in Motomachi. Close to the station there was a bustling atmosphere and there were numerous Izakaya.

I got something to eat and then caught a train to Motomachi.

When I got back to the Air BnB, I tidied up and packed most of my things ready for my flight the next day.


Index

Introduction

Manchester to Osaka

Arriving in Japan

Kobe and Osaka

Osaka

Kyoto

Osaka to Tokyo

Harajuku

Shibuya & Halloween Photos

Tachikawa

Whistle Stop Tour

Yokohama

Narita to Manchester


Osaka

Osaka

Nankinmachi

I woke up around 8:00, got ready and headed to the train station. On the way I took some photos in Chinatown and near the station.

By this time it was approaching 11:00. I got some snacks at a convenience store then caught a train to Osaka.

Motomachi Station

Osaka Station

When I got to Osaka Station, I had another look around the station in the daylight. I went to the information desk again to check when the last train to Kobe was.

I also bought an ICOCA IC Card. I liked the design of the card and thought it would make a small but interesting omiyage. This IC card is similar to a SUICA card, initially designed for cities in the Kansai region although can now be used all over Japan on trains, buses and for other purchases.

ICOCA Card

I then asked someone which platform I needed to get to Namba and then caught a train.

Kyobashi

While I was travelling to Namba, around about 12:30, I noticed an interesting area while looking out of the window. This was Kyobashi. I jumped off the train and left the station. This area is jam-packed with izakaya, restaurants and other businesses. I got something to eat and had a look around. I found a nearby shopping street which was more than 400m long which I walked some way down. I did not explore the whole area so next time I go to Osaka I plan to re-visit to explore further.

Tennoji Station and Abeno

I caught the 13:07 train to Tennoji which took less than 15 minutes. Before catching the train to Namba, I thought I would have a look around.

Tennoji Station is right on the edge of Tennoji. The exit that I came out of though, lead me to Abeno.

I stopped for a coffee and had a look at the list of places that I prepared before coming. The first place on the list was Abeno Harukas.

Abeno Harukas

Abeno Harukas is 300m tall and is the tallest skyscraper in Japan (at the time of writing). The building stands on top of the Kintetsu Osaka Abenobashi Station which I had walked passed without realising.

At about 14:30, I got the lift to the 16th floor and took some photos from the rooftop garden then got another lift to the observation deck which is on floors 58, 59 and 60 where I took a few more photos.

Shin-Imamiya

Just before 15:30 I caught a train to towards Namba. I stopped off at Shin-Imamiya where I bought some clothes in Don Quijote and had a look around then I headed back to the station and caught a train to Namba.

Namba and Dotonbori

I got to Namba Station at about 17:00. I bought a spare shoulder bag in a shop called DCM Daiki and had a look around outside. The area didn’t seem that busy. I was looking for Dotonbori. I tried a few exits but couldn’t find it so went back into the station and found an English speaking information desk. The person who helped me had amazing English which was a good job because directions to Dotonbori were a little complex. I used my Kindle to show him a photo of where I wanted to go which he found very interesting as he had not seen this type of device before.

Namba

The easiest way to get to Dotonbori is to go through the labyrinth of underground walkways. These walkways are full of shops and different train line entrances. They were teaming with people. Each exit is numbered and the walkways are divided into different sections labelled with letter and number combinations. The closest exit to Dotonbori is exit 14 which is in the C1 area of the walkways.

At about 18:00 when I left the underground, the streets were even busier. People were walking in every direction. I didn’t know which way to walk so, using my Kindle again, I asked for help from a Japanese woman who was stood nearby. At this point I could ask basic questions in Japanese and understand some basic sentences but not a great deal.  Luckily she spoke a little English and with the aid of Google Maps on her phone she pointed me in the right direction.

Namba

When I got to the Dotonbori, I picked a random direction to walk in and explored the area. I seemed to be heading away from the busy parts, so I bought some snacks in a convenience store and headed back in the direction I came from.

The area surrounds Ebisu Bridge (Ebisubashi). This bridge is in the midst of bright neon signs, thousands of shops, restaurants and izakaya in numerous open and covered shopping streets and is in line with one series of covered shopping streets.

Some of these Japanese shopping streets are over 2km long. A few kilometres away is the Tenjinbashi-Suji Shopping arcade which claims to be the longest in Japan at 2.6km long.

I walked around for about 2 hours then had some more food and then I went back to JR Namba Station to catch a train back to Shin-Imamiya.

Shinsekai

When I got to Shin-Imamiya Station, I walked to Shinsekai with the aid of Google Maps. It took about 10 minutes to walk there and I arrived about 21:00. Shinsekai is relatively small area which consists of a few blocks teaming with Izakaya and other businesses but was quiet which offered an alternative to busy Namba.

The area is a bit run-down and has a bit of a seedy reputation. I took a few photos and headed back to the Shin-Imamiya to return to Osaka Station.

Osaka Station

I arrived just before 22:00. As I was walking through the station I bumped into a couple of Harry Potter cosplayers. I took a photo and briefly chatted with them before I continued on my way.

Osaka Station

I had a quick look outside and listened to a busker playing in front of the station before I caught the train back to Kobe.


Index

Introduction

Manchester to Osaka

Arriving in Japan

Kobe and Osaka

Osaka

Kyoto

Osaka to Tokyo

Harajuku

Shibuya & Halloween Photos

Tachikawa

Whistle Stop Tour

Yokohama

Narita to Manchester


Nankinmachi

Kobe and Osaka

Nankinmachi

Unfortunately I slept in until about 14:00. When I woke up I got ready and left for Nankinmachi (Kobe’s Chinatown).

Late lunch

I took a few photos and grabbed some lunch.

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I had a Kobe Beef steak hamburger which cost 1000 yen. I thought this was expensive but I really wanted to try Kobe Beef so it was worth it. It was delicious and I would definitely have it again. Also depending on where you are, it can cost a lot more.

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Motomachi Station

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After visiting Nankinmachi, I walked to Motomachi Station and took some more photos until about 16:30 before catching a train to Osaka.

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Osaka Station

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When I got Osaka Station, I looked around the station area for a bit. I walked towards the Grand Front Shopping Centre. On the way I came across a French market. I would have walked passed and not noticed it if it wasn’t for the Jazz music they were playing.

Finding Umeda

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Then I headed for Umeda. I used Google Maps which normally works well although I may have caught the wrong train as I ended up at Noda Station. I had a look around the area and bumped into someone from Liverpool who offered to show me how to get to Umeda. He showed me around Kitashinchi and a few places to get a reasonably priced drink. I had a few beers and got to use a bit of Japanese with the locals then headed back to Osaka Station.

Information

When I returned to the station I headed for the Information Desk. Osaka Station is one of the biggest stations in Japan. I went up several escalators to reach the information desk where I picked up a network map and asked how to get to Namba. I was informed I could go to Tennoji and change trains there.

Back in Kobe

Just after 23:00, I caught a train back to Kobe and walked to the Air BnB. Before I went to bed, I took a couple of night skyline photos from the apartment balcony.

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Index

Introduction

Manchester to Osaka

Arriving in Japan

Kobe and Osaka

Osaka

Kyoto

Osaka to Tokyo

Harajuku

Shibuya & Halloween Photos

Tachikawa

Whistle Stop Tour

Yokohama

Narita to Manchester


Kansai International Airport

Arriving in Japan

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Kansai International Airport

Kansai International Airport

The plane arrived at Kansai International Airport at 07:20. I collected my luggage and joined the queue for immigration. While in the queue, a man checked the immigration forms that we were given and asked basic questions to ensure the forms were correctly filled out. Some people had to make corrections or complete new forms. When I got to the front of the queue I was asked about my stay, my passport was stamped and my fingerprints were scanned.

Everyone was polite and very helpful. The staff I spoke to gave me 100% of their attention and went out of their way to help me.

I was impressed by the amount of facilities in the airport which included several food options and numerous shops.

Travelling to Kobe

I spent some time looking around the airport and then looked for the Bay Shuttle ticket counter. Before I arrived I had decided to get to Kobe by Ferry because I thought it would be more interesting. Unfortunately though when speaking to the staff at the ticket counter my Japanese language skills were limited. The staff didn’t seem to understand what I said and just kept giving me information about how to get there by bus. I was pretty tired and chose to follow their instructions. One of the staff members helped me buy a ticket from the ticket machine and I boarded the limousine bus. The journey took just over an hour and there were announcements in English which was useful.

Sannomiya

The bus arrived in Kobe-Sannomiya about 10:00. The Air BnB apartment that I booked was in Kobe-Motomachi and the check-in time was 16:00. I decided have a look around while I waited.

There were a lot of people on bikes which they mostly rode safely on the pavement. Unlike the UK, almost everyone waited until the lights were green before crossing the road and pedestrian crossings.

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Kobe-Sannomiya

No Smoking

In a lot of places, smoking was banned in the street which I found interesting as you can smoke inside in many places.

Men with sticks

I noticed that lots of older men dressed in uniforms with bright batons helping people at crossings, warning people of roadworks and supervising deliveries to businesses. Apart from a few crossing guards when children go to and return from school, this doesn’t happen in the UK.

Stopping for coffee

I came across a coffee shop and decided to spend some time there.

The coffee shop had WIFI so I used that to contact the Air BnB host about checking in early. He said I could check-in any time after 12:00.

I checked my messages and social media while watching people go about their day.

Sannomiya to Motomachi

By this time it was about 11:30. I checked Google Maps to get a rough idea of where to go. I left the coffee shop and I asked someone for directions and she told me how to get to Sannomiya Station.

When I got to there, I loaded some credit onto a Suica Card which I had already borrowed from friend before I left the UK. Luckily the ticket machines have English menus. I asked someone in the station which train to catch to get to Motomachi.

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Suica Card

The train arrived at Motomachi a few minutes later and I followed the directions, I had, to the Air BnB apartment. I got to the apartment just after 12:00. I had a quick look around then had a shower and got changed. After watching TV for a bit and having a rest, I went for a look around the neighbourhood.

Exploring the neighbourhood

The apartment was location roughly half way along a covered shopping street which is just over 1km long. There are many covered shopping streets in Japan. I walked to the shopping street. As I was in the middle of the street, I picked a random direction to walk in. The shops appeared to have been there for a number of years and there was a fusty smell in some of them.

There were several signs telling people not to ride bikes but nobody took any notice.

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Motomachi Shopping Street

At the end of the street, I noticed a sign for Kobe Harborland. This was one of the places I planned to visit so I headed that way. On the way I picked up some sandwiches and snacks.

Just before I arrived at Harborland, I bought some more snacks and I got some Omiyage for a friend.

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umie Shopping Centre

More coffee (and cake)

I had a look around the Kobe Harborland umie shopping centre. I stopped at a cafe for coffee and cake. I thought that the cake was quite expensive at 497 Yen but the coffee was only 43 yen. I used my basic Japanese to order which people a couple of people in the queue seemed to find amusing. I noticed a few people in the cafe watching me. I guess they don’t normally see many foreigners there or maybe I was the first person they’d seen buy overpriced cake. Both the coffee and the cake were delicious.

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Coffee and Cake

I left the cafe about 16:00 and then I took a few photos. At about 17:00 it started to get dark so I headed back to the apartment where I watched some TV before going to bed.

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Kobe Harborland

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Kobe Harborland

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Kobe Harborland


Index

Introduction

Manchester to Osaka

Arriving in Japan

Kobe and Osaka

Osaka

Kyoto

Osaka to Tokyo

Harajuku

Shibuya & Halloween Photos

Tachikawa

Whistle Stop Tour

Yokohama

Narita to Manchester


Frankfurt Airport

Manchester to Osaka

*** Spoiler Alert ***    Nothing much to write about here as I was travelling all day but here’s what happened.

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Manchester Airport

Getting to the Airport

I set off from home just before 06:00 and got 2 trams to Manchester Airport. The 08:50 flight was from Manchester to Frankfurt. Check-in and security checks were straight-forward.

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Frankfurt Airport

First Stop

At Frankfurt I went straight to the departure gate and waited for the 13:30 flight to Osaka. My luggage was automatically transferred and no additional security checks were required.

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Frankfurt Airport

Long-Haul Flight 

On this 11 hour flight I spent my time watching movies. The food and drink provided was good and the service was excellent. The seats on the plane were relatively comfortable although I didn’t manage to get any sleep. Before arriving, passengers were given a couple of immigration forms to complete.

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In-Flight Display


Index

Introduction

Manchester to Osaka

Arriving in Japan

Kobe and Osaka

Osaka

Kyoto

Osaka to Tokyo

Harajuku

Shibuya & Halloween Photos

Tachikawa

Whistle Stop Tour

Yokohama

Narita to Manchester


Abeno Harukas, Osaka

Japan 2016 Blog

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Abeno Harukas, Osaka

Introduction

This is a record of my visit to Japan over a two week period in October and November 2016.

Planning

I spoke to friends and work colleagues who have been to Japan and watched numerous videos online to learn about what to expect before I arrived.

I learnt some basic Japanese as I knew there is very little English spoken in Japan.

Expectations

As I was staying in big cities, I expected tall buildings and bright colourful lights.

I expected Japanese people to quiet, keep themselves to themselves and it to be busy with people rushing round on their way to work.

I expected it to be easy to find places, to be easy to get around and the trains to be very reliable.

Electronics

I bought a ChatSim which is a Sim Card that works all over the world with instant messaging services (but not text messages or calls unless you pay for that function). I bought a spare phone so that I could use both SIM cards if I needed to.

I bought spare SD cards and batteries for my camera.

I bought a couple of mains adapter plugs and a USB Power Bank so that I could charge my electronic devices.

I wanted to keep things simple and I didn’t want to be carrying a lot of things with me, so I chose to take one small camera and I left my laptop at home.

Getting around and money

Before I went to Japan I needed to book flights and accommodation as well as arrange travel insurance and currency. I ordered a fee-free travel card.

I looked into getting a JR Pass although it wasn’t a cost effective option, as found that in my case it was cheaper to pay for individual fares.

I arranged to meet some friends who live in Japan and bought some basic Omiyage for them.

I compiled a list, with information and photos, of places to visit. I placed the list on my Kindle so that I could access it whenever I needed to.

Deciding where to go

I knew I didn’t have time to visit everywhere on the list, so I made a short list of cities in the Kansai and Tokyo regions.


Index

Manchester to Osaka

Arriving in Japan

Kobe and Osaka

Osaka

Kyoto

Osaka to Tokyo

Harajuku

Shibuya & Halloween Photos

Tachikawa

Whistle Stop Tour

Yokohama

Narita to Manchester