Especially Airjockie It's still a ways off, but just last week I purchased my plane tickets for my Asia trip next spring. I'll be spending 7 days 6 nights in Tokyo and then 10 days 9 nights in Hong Kong. We arrive in Tokyo the afternoon of Friday, March 19th. The Hong Kong part is kind of easy for us to plan or rather we don't really have to plan. I'm going with a couple friends who are from Hong Kong and have relatives there and speak fluent Cantonese so they have a good idea of stuff to do. Japan on the other hand, none of us have been to before so it will be a whole new arena for us. Were about to book our hotel and at this point were looking at the Hotel Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku, being that it seems to be very centrally located and just a couple blocks from the Shinjuku station. What I'm mostly looking for are ideas on things to do and places to go see. The only things that I know that we plan on doing is going to the Imperial Gardens to see the Cherry Blossoms that hopefully will be in bloom by that time, and also on Sunday we plan to go to the Harajuku area to see all the people dressed up. Other than that were pretty much wide open for things to do. I don't know if we were going to try to go to somewhere else like Osaka for a couple days, I know I really want to get some awesome Okonomiyaki, I would think Tokyo would have some great places around. Well that's about it for now. I know its a long way off, but I've been on vacations before where I didn't do any of this kind of planning until the last minute and then found out about stuff after I went and was disappointed I didn't do something, so I figure the more time I have to plan the better.