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Your inside guide to the best and cheapest options to get from Nagoya to Kyoto
Everybody loves a bargain. The Japan Rail Pass is one example. With one week’s unlimited travel around Japan for 28,000 yen, you could save thousands traveling from Sapporo to Fukuoka and return. The reality is, most visitors don’t travel that much, so the possibility of saving money on a one way Tokyo to Kyoto ticket may be a better option. This is the definitive guide with inside tips and tricks on traveling by train.
Insider tips for best, cheapest and most stress-free way to and from Kansai International Airport to Kyoto and beyond, including Takayama, Kanazawa, Okayama and Naoshima, using train or the airport limousine bus.
Given there is no direct train from Osaka airport to Kyoto, is the bus or a monorail/ train combination better? Inside tips and more on the best way to get from Osaka Itami Airport to Kyoto Station or downtown Kyoto
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Kohno Jumbo Taxi provides a very useful English-speaking driver service for trips in and around Kyoto, as well as Nara, Kobe, Osaka and Shiga.

Since the introduction of train travel, the idea of luxury dining to the clickety clack sound of the train tracks have held allure and glamour for many travelers.  While Europe has the Orient Express, Kyoto's north coast now has a Japanese version, the Kyoto Tango Railway's Matsu train. Named after the pine trees that line the shore at Amanohashidate, it offers luxury dining in polished wood carriages, and spectacular views of the Japan Sea on one side and green mountains on the other. 

The Moonlight Kyushu is an overnight train from Hakata Fukuoka to Kansai, a carry over from the past and a transport mode favoured by students and backpackers.
There are many ways to get to Hokkaido from Honshu, but a ferry trip through through the Sea of Japan offers an enjoyable experience.