Travel: Japan - Tokyo & Disneyland

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Travel: Japan - Tokyo & Disneyland

Post by yippee » Fri Mar 04, 2011 8:42 am

Hi, planning to go only Japan disneyland for 4D3N. Any advise on how to arrange like airport transfer, hotel near disneyland?

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Re: Japan Disneyland

Post by mambobb » Fri Mar 04, 2011 10:23 am

yippee wrote:Hi, planning to go only Japan disneyland for 4D3N. Any advise on how to arrange like airport transfer, hotel near disneyland?
Hi,
There are alot of bus limousine service at the Narita Airport to various hotels. You can check it out the price and timing when you arrive.

For the hotel, I stayed at Shinjuku. Actually DL in Tokyo is very easy to accessible. You can ask the customer serives operator at the train station for direction too. :celebrate:

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Post by cotton candy » Fri Mar 04, 2011 11:21 am

I stayed in Shinagawa coz easier to travel around for shopping and food. Its not difficult to take their train to Disneyland. The station staff will assist you.

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Re: Travel: Japan - Tokyo & Disneyland

Post by Yong HL » Fri Mar 04, 2011 4:16 pm

yippee wrote:Hi, planning to go only Japan disneyland for 4D3N. Any advise on how to arrange like airport transfer, hotel near disneyland?
We stayed at Hilton Tokyo Bay Hotel (the official hotel of Tokyo Disney Resort) when we were there in Year 2009. They had the free shuttle service from/to the airport at scheduled time. We booked the room at hilton website & i emailed them for the shuttle timing from/to airport. Hope this helps :)

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Re: Japan Disneyland

Post by yippee » Mon Mar 07, 2011 3:04 pm

mambobb wrote:
yippee wrote:Hi, planning to go only Japan disneyland for 4D3N. Any advise on how to arrange like airport transfer, hotel near disneyland?
Hi,
There are alot of bus limousine service at the Narita Airport to various hotels. You can check it out the price and timing when you arrive.

For the hotel, I stayed at Shinjuku. Actually DL in Tokyo is very easy to accessible. You can ask the customer serives operator at the train station for direction too. :celebrate:
Hi mambobb, thks for the info. :D


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Post by yippee » Mon Mar 07, 2011 3:05 pm

cotton candy wrote:I stayed in Shinagawa coz easier to travel around for shopping and food. Its not difficult to take their train to Disneyland. The station staff will assist you.
Hi cotton candy, thks for the info. :D

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Re: Travel: Japan - Tokyo & Disneyland

Post by yippee » Mon Mar 07, 2011 3:06 pm

Yong HL wrote:
yippee wrote:Hi, planning to go only Japan disneyland for 4D3N. Any advise on how to arrange like airport transfer, hotel near disneyland?
We stayed at Hilton Tokyo Bay Hotel (the official hotel of Tokyo Disney Resort) when we were there in Year 2009. They had the free shuttle service from/to the airport at scheduled time. We booked the room at hilton website & i emailed them for the shuttle timing from/to airport. Hope this helps :)
Hi Yong HL, thks for the info. :D

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Japan Universal Studio

Post by ck123 » Sun Jul 31, 2011 11:26 pm

Hi
Is it worth to go universal studio in Japan ? Any comment ? Is it all in Japanese ?

Thanks

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Re: Japan Universal Studio

Post by Scary » Thu Aug 18, 2011 10:23 pm

Hi,
I find it worth. I went for a day while DH and DS went for 2 days.

And Yes, mainly in Japanese.

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Re: Japan Universal Studio

Post by Laura02 » Tue Aug 23, 2011 4:37 pm

Hi!
We went last nov. DD loved it, even if everything was in Japanese. They do have park guides in English, some of the shows are in English, others in Japanese with English subtitles. And some of their staff speak English, the rest do a pretty good mine to get their meaning across. Do visit the aquarium when you go to Osaka, it's got two gigantic whales. And the kid's palace is pretty cool too - like a large science centre built along Gaudi lines.

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