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Tokyo in october
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Hi guys.
So at last I've decided to go to japan for a 2 weeks trip in the beginning of october. (well...if my ribs are ok by that time antyway... last time in a while I try water skiing).
I've just started to make planes so I was just wondering if you guys know if there is something special that is happening in Tokyo during that time. Something that one just have to see, or you can recomend visiting.

/Arv

Posted on: 2005/7/29 21:42
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Re: Tokyo in october
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JNTO Website is the Japan National Tourism Organization and they have a list of festivals and other goings on around Japan. Just select October and look for things to do in Tokyo and in Nikko. We have also been discussing a similar topic on this thread. I hope this helps.

Posted on: 2005/9/2 10:28
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We are going to have an Embu (demo) at the Tokyo Budokan (@Ayase) on 10th of October, around noon.

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Tnx alot guys.
I'll be sure to visit Ayase by that date and also keep my eyes open all around. I've bin longing for this trip since I started training Kendo at the age of 13... to bad it's taken 16 years to get it done... but here we go.

Posted on: 2005/9/7 8:17
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