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Mito (??) is the capital of Ibaraki prefecture, Kanto region, Japan.

mito Travel Guide :

Mito

Understand

An old samurai town, the nationalist, pro-imperial Mito School dominated Japanese philosophy for centuries.

Mito

Get in

Mito

By Plane

The Rose Liner airport limousine bus runs between Narita Airport and the Mito-Oarai Interchange, Mito Station, Katsuta Station and points north to Hitachi. There are nine daily round-trips, and the journey to Mito Station takes about two hours at a cost of ¥3000. Schedule (http://www.ibako.co.jp/bus/hwbus/roseliner-e/roseliner-e.htm)

From Haneda Airport, Airport Limousine buses make runs directly to Mito every hour, but only during the afternoon and evening (about 2 hours, ¥3500). Otherwise, take the Keikyu Line train to Shinagawa, then the JR Yamanote or Keihin-Tohoku Line to Ueno to pick up a train bound for Mito (2 to 3 hours, ~¥2600-4600, depending on what train you take; see below).

Mito

By Train

Mito is on the JR Joban Line, which starts at Ueno station in Tokyo.

Limited Express trains depart from Ueno for Mito every 30 minutes during the day: Super Hitachi trains depart at the top of the hour, and Fresh Hitachi trains depart at 30 minutes past the hour. The trip will cost ¥4220 (no charge with the Japan Rail Pass) and take 65-75 minutes, depending on the number of stops the train makes.

Local clunkers will cover the journey in two hours at a cost of ¥2210. Direct local services for Mito depart from Ueno 2-3 times per hour.

Mito

Get around

Mito

See

Mito

Do

Mito

Buy

Mito

Eat

Mito is famous for its natt? (??), a famously smelly and sticky glop of fermented soybeans. It's an acquired taste and even many Japanese (particularly those in Kansai) loathe the stuff.

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Drink

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External links

  • Mito City (http://www.city.mito.ibaraki.jp/english/)

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