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Monday, February 6, 2017

Explore Tokyo Without An Itinerary

Above, a nighttime visit to Shibuya is one suggestion. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

Tokyo is a big city and, thankfully, its transit system makes getting from Point A to Points B, C and D a lot easier. But, there are times when visitors who have planned itineraries miss out on seeing things and come to regret it later.

Fortunately, Tokyo Cheapo has some suggestions for those who would rather explore the city without an itinerary.

They begin with:
There’s a fine balance between spontaneity and planning when traveling the world… and especially in Tokyo. While you definitely need time to wander off down that alley or follow that group of people dressed as foxes, it sucks when you find out about something amazing you were 5 minutes away from, two weeks after your trip. We hate lifelong regret, so we have come up with a the perfect 3-day itinerary for people who need to go and explore. We’ve combined the top sights with the best neighborhoods and given you a few starting points—the rest is up to you!

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