3 days in Chiba Prefecture Itinerary

3 days in Chiba Prefecture Itinerary

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Fly to Tokyo Haneda, Bus to Maihama
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Maihama
— 2 nights
Bus to Tokyo Haneda, Fly to Taipei

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Maihama — 2 nights

Start off your visit on the 29th (Mon): look for gifts at Bon Voyage. Here are some ideas for day two: get your game on at Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, then buy something for everyone on your list at Ikspiari, and then discover the magic at Tokyo DisneySea.

To find ratings, photos, and more tourist information, use the Maihama route maker site.

Taipei, Taiwan to Maihama is an approximately 6.5-hour combination of flight and bus. You'll lose 1 hour traveling from Taipei to Maihama due to the time zone difference. Traveling from Taipei in July, expect nights in Maihama to be about the same, around 30°C, while days are slightly colder, around 34°C. Wrap up your sightseeing on the 31st (Wed) early enough to travel back home.
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Chiba Prefecture travel guide

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Chiba Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan located in the Kantō region and the Greater Tokyo Area. The sixth most populous prefecture, and 27th largest by land area, Chiba is on the east coast of Honshu and largely consists of the Bōsō Peninsula, which encloses the eastern side of Tokyo Bay. Its capital is Chiba City.EtymologyThe name of Chiba Prefecture in Japanese is formed from two kanji characters. The first, means "thousand" and the second, means "leaves". The name first appears as an ancient kuni no miyatsuko, or regional command office, as the Chiba Kuni no Miyatsuko. The name was adopted by a branch of the Taira clan, which moved to the area in present-day Chiba City in the late Heian period. The branch of the Taira adopted the name and became the Chiba clan, and held strong influence over the area of the prefecture until the Azuchi-Momoyama period. The name "Chiba" was chosen for the prefecture at the time its creation in 1873 by the, an early Meiji-period body of prefectural governors that met to decide the structure of local and regional administration in Japan.The compound word, which refers to the Tokyo-Chiba region, is formed from the second character in Tokyo, and the second character in Chiba, which can also be pronounced “kei” and “yō” respectively. This compound is used in terms such as the Keiyō Line, Keiyō Road, Keiyō Rinkai Railway Rinkai Main Line, and the Keiyō Industrial Zone.

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