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I have usually only seen a time-phrase following "planned for" . For example, "What do you have planned for the weekend?" or "What do you have planned for the 4th of July?". I have not seen "planned for" followed by a place name. But it might be OK to use colloquially. Please wait for a teacher to reply. I would use something like this - "What you do have planned in Tokyo?" (What do you have planned for us to do in Tokyo?).