Tsukuba Vacation Packages
Tokyo, Japan's capital, is situated 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the southwest of Tsukuba, while Chiba is 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the south.
From firm tourist favorites to hidden gems that still await discovery, the area around Tsukuba is dotted with natural and cultural attractions. Yuki, is 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the southeast, and Kamagaya sits 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the north.
When it's time to spread your wings, why not visit the nearest regional city. Saitama is 30 miles (48 kilometers) away and is home to visitor attractions such as Hikawa Shrine, Saitama Stadium 2002 (Saitama Stadium) and Saitama Super Arena. John Lennon Museum and Omiya Park are among the many other attractions that should be high on every traveler's schedule.
Before you escape on your adventure in Ibaraki, do as the savvy travelers do and learn some relevant words in Japanese. "Isshoni odorimasenka?" is the Japanese way to say "Would you like to dance with me?" Or try "Benjo wa doko desu ka?" (Where's the toilet?).
The 23rd of December is the date when many people in Japan observe Birthday of Emperor Akihito, so be on the look out festivities and parades if you're fortunate enough to be staying in Ibaraki at that time.
As you finish your vacation, pack your travel bag and wish Tsukuba a fond Sayōnara (farewell).
Accommodation in Tsukuba
Short and long stay options in Tsukuba tend to be rather limited. View the current range on Expedia's easy-to-use Tsukuba hotels page.
The Daiwa Roynet Hotel Tsukuba and Chisun Inn Tsuchiuraami are simple to book since these places are listed with Expedia.