Malaysia Airlines 11am flight from KLIA to NRT (Terminal 2)...
For unlimited travels on Japanese Railways (JR), we booked our JR Pass in Kuala Lumpur and the booking document must be exchanged with JR Pass as soon as we reach Japan. Read more about JR Pass HERE.
..first thing we looked for after coming out from the immigration check point... the "JR EAST Travel Service Center" (spotted straight-away after coming out to the arrival hall). With good English, the staff directed us to JR East Travel Office, located one floor downstair.
This is the office... many tourists in queue... fill up a form. Bring passport for each passenger. Decide when to start your JR Pass validity. We chose to start the next day...
Reached UENO Station from Narita.. walking underground to locate our hotel, following the guide given by the hotel, "Guest coming from Keisei-Ueno station". See the detail guide HERE.
Ueno Station, the next day of arrival... discovered a more convenient way to and from (Touganeya Hotel - Ueno Station) above ground instead of underground..
WiFi mobile device, charger, cable, pouch and envelope complete with address for returning on departure date..
And on our departing day, we just dropped the envelope containing all the supplied items into Japan Post mailbox, located at least 2 places nearby the Malaysia Airlines check-in counter at the airport departure hall.
|(This Japanese Post mailbox nearest to MAS check-in counter)|
For Malaysian tourists, checkout JTB in KL before you go to Japan.. from KL Sentral, take monorail to Berjaya Time Square station.. the Amoda Building (opposite of Berjaya Time Square) is just a short walk from the station.. if you don't book your JR Pass/wifi device online, you can book them here. (There's another JTB customer service counter in Twin Towers)
And good websites to plan your visit to Japan:-