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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Japan is a very cash-oriented place, and it's not as easy to find a foreign-friendly ATM as it is in other places I've been to. Bring a few hundred euros worth of cash with you when you go to make your life a little easier.
    • Hum... Does that mean that people will accept my money, or will I have to buy some Yens first?
      • Assuming you are flying through Narita, there are a few Citibank ATMs there that seem pretty international-friendly. There is also a place to change your money.

        The best way, I think, to get from NRT to Tokyo is the Airport Limousine Bus [limousinebus.co.jp].

        It seems like I will be traveling to Tokyo twice a year now, for work. My second trip will be at the end of February, though, so I doubt I will be there in May for YAPC::Asia. (I may get to go to YAPC::NA, though!)
        • The best way, I think, to get from NRT to Tokyo is the Airport Limousine Bus.
          I disagree. The NEX or Skyliner is much better.
          • The main advantage of the Airport Bus is that they take you directly to your hotel. If you are not staying in a hotel, an express train may be the better option. It also depends on if you are traveling during rush hour traffic.