Emily Garber & Charles Schilb

Emily & Charles

September 22, 2012

Emily Garber & Charles Schilb

Emily & Charles

September 22, 2012

We're looking forward to our first adventure as husband and wife! Help us take the honeymoon of our dreams and make memories that will last a lifetime!

We're going to Japan!

Honeymoon Destinations and Highlights:

Hiroshima
Miyajima Island
Peace Memorial - We will be bringing the 1,000 cranes we folded for the wedding to the Sadako Memorial in Hiroshima!

Kyoto
Kiyumizu-dera
Kinkaku-ji
Katsura Imperial Villa

Hakone
Ryokan and Hot Springs

Tokyo
Ghibli Museum
Kabuki Theater
Harajuku District
Tsukiji Fish Market

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Airfare: 14,924 miles round trip to Tokyo Japan!
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Riding the Shinkansen Bullet Train: Asia's fastest train whips you across the countryside at more than 290km (180 miles) an hour as you relax, see Japan's rural countryside, and dine on boxed meals filled with local specialties.
$5000
3/6
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Ryokan: Japan's legendary service reigns supreme in a top-class ryokan, a traditional Japanese inn. We'll bathe in a Japanese tub or hot-spring bath, enjoy lovely views past shoji screens, dine like a king in a tatami room, and sleep on a futon.
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15/15
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Temple Accommodations on Mount Koya: Temples, towering cypress trees, shaven-headed monks, and religious chanting at the crack of dawn. 50 Buddhist temples offer tatami accommodations -- some with garden views -- and two vegetarian meals a day.
$3000
11/14
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Park Hyatt Tokyo: Occupying a skyscraper designed by Tange Kenzo, this gorgeous property offers stunning views, one of Tokyo's hottest restaurants, and legendary service. No wonder it was the hotel featured in Lost in Translation
$5000
13/16
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Benesse Museum Hotel - Naoshima: This hotel lets you stay as close to the artworks as possible. The guestrooms, available in four distinct styles, are decorated with drawings, paintings, and prints created by the artists whose works the museum collects.
$2500
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Breakfast at Mister Donut!
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Kaiseki: There's more to Japanese cuisine than sushi, and part of what makes travel here so fascinating is the variety of national and regional dishes. Every prefecture, it seems, has its own style of noodles, its special vegetables, and its delicacies.
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Slurping Noodles in a Noodle Shop: You're supposed to slurp when eating Japanese noodles, which are prepared in almost as many different ways as there are regions. Noodle shops range from stand-up counters to traditional restaurants.
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Buying Prepared Meals at a Department Store: The basement floors of department stores are devoted to foodstuffs. Hawkers yell their wares, samples are set out for you to nibble, and you can choose anything from tempura and sushi to boxed meals.
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Rubbing Elbows in a Izakaya: Izakaya are pubs in Japan -- usually tiny affairs with just a counter, serving up skewered grilled chicken, fish, and other fare. They're good places to meet the natives and are inexpensive as well.
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Studio Ghibli Museum: a whimsical flight of imagination, with displays related to Miyazaki's films and a reproduction of his studio, complete with a play area for children, a rooftop garden, and a theater showing 10-minute excerpts of his work.
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Attending a Kabuki Play: Based on universal themes and designed to appeal to the masses, kabuki plays are extravaganzas of theatrical displays, costumes, and scenes -- but mostly they're just plain fun.
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Katsura Imperial Villa: More than anyplace else, the villa illustrates the life of refinement enjoyed by 17th-century nobility, when leisurely pursuits included such activities as moon viewing.
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Kiyomizu Temple: Kiyomizudera commands an exalted spot on a steep hill with a view over Kyoto. The pathway leading to the shrine is lined with pottery and souvenir shops, and the temple grounds have open-air pavilions.
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Kinkakuji (Temple of the Golden Pavilion): Constructed in the 14th century as a shogun's retirement villa, this three-story pavilion shimmers in gold leaf and is topped with a bronze phoenix; it's a beautiful sight when the sun shines and the sky's blue.
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Taking a Hot-Spring Bath: No other people on earth bathe as enthusiastically, as frequently, and for such duration as Japanese. Their many hot-spring baths range from elegant, Zen-like affairs to rustic outdoor baths with views of the countryside.
$5000
5/6
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Making a Pilgrimage to a Temple or Shrine: Usually devoted to a particular deity, they're visited for specific reasons: couples wishing for a happy marriage head to Kyoto's Jishu Shrine, a shrine to the deity of love.
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Maps and Phrasebooks - Where are we? We'll need phrasebooks and maps so we don't get lost and to help us explore the city.
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Lowepro Fastpack 100 Gear Bag - A great backpack style camera bag to tote the digital camera and accessories. We will look like tourists, but tourists with a cool convenient camera bag.
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