Hi, We will becoming to Japan next October, already booked our flight. 4 night,3 days Tokyo. Then I had booked to go Nikko on the next day Saturday. for Autumn colour , Have since been advised it will be packed and difficult getting to see the sights I had highlighted ( 2 waterfalls and the lake ). My plans were then next day Nagano 1 night. to go the following day on the Famous Alpine Route to finish it at Kanazawa for 2 nights. So please shall I make it 2 nights Nagano ? where can I go for lovely sightseeing/ autumn colour. I will have a 14 day rail pass.Is it any good locally? Do not mind if not.I have to say I am 83 now but quite fit , so walking no problem though not long uphill climbs ( my knees do not like Ha ha ) In the last 7/8 years we have toured New Zealand 5 times from the top to bottom., Fantastic. But Japan has always been a place “To Visit ” So please I have asked a big question, where do you advise us to go before the Alpine route day? How do I get to the places you recommend? ( Make it easy to understand folks Ha ha ) I am a ex UK citizen retired to Thailand. Will appreciated all advice to enjoy Japan ( Really looking forward to the world famous Japan Rail journeys)
Hi! I would like to ask if there will be any difficulty to drive from Tokyo to Hakuba through Nagano city? And after skiing, we would like to drive from Hakuba to Gunma as well for Onsen. May I know if the road and weather condtion allow us to do so? Or raiway is better?
I heard there is a Snow (ふゆ）Expo in Nagano City during the first days of November. Where and when does it take place?Thank you
Will I be able to buy a 1 day snow resort pass in January 2017? or if I have to buy a 2 day pass do I have to use it on consecutive days?
Could you please advise if any JR travel from Nagano to Nagoya directly? If yes, could you please send me train time table for reference? If no, could you please advise the best way by JR? (e.g. Nagano to Tokyo, then Tokyo to Nagoya)