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How to plan a tokyo self-tour tour by train
Trying to plan what to see and do in Tokyo seemed nearly impossible when I first started attempting it from home. But like with most travel experiences, once I actually got to Tokyo, it was not only a piece of cake, but a piece of freaking awesome cake as well.
Think of Tokyo as one big loop, with one fast train that goes around and around in circles, stopping at every major site and district, and then some. Need I say more?
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Let me clarify. You can hit all of the major districts and sites in Tokyo by using one train, that gets you there really fast, and for really cheap. Feel free to skip, or reverse the direction, or start from wherever is closest to you! I specifically wanted to go to Ueno to see a five story pagoda that I had seen on my map. The result: me getting epically lost in a zoo, but finding some other cool things along the way. Shinjuku is freaking insane.
I had to basically amp myself up to go there solo instead of going back to my comfy hotel bed, but once I got there I had a massive smile plastered on my face. Awesome guide! Thanks for this guide, Alyssa!
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