Japan on a budget


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Where to sleep, eat and what to do when visiting Japan on a budget.

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I am always looking for ways to save money. Japan’s cheap capsule and hostel accommodation appeal to my thriftiness and overall sense of adventure.
Ever wanted to stay on the cutting edge of fashion without blowing your budget? Welcome to Tokyo's vintage.
Budget Accommodation Option on Naoshima Island - Domi Kowloon Hostel
Miyako Soba is a small restaurant located in Saiinkozanjicho, just across by McDonald's near Saiin Station. It is well priced and located near Kawaramachi where people come and go day and night. 
Hotel Glad One in Minami Osaka is not just comfortable and neat accommodation but budget-friendly as well.
Eating in Japan can be intimidating if you do not know how to speak/read Japanese, but you are always surrounded by some good, cheap options
Daiso ダイソー Japan is the dollar discount store that delivers unique value; one-of-a-kind items that you never knew you actually needed. This particular shop is located in Chiba prefecture, so you can easily drive up to the store and right into a free parking space. Pricing is simple: If the item does not have a price tag, you bet it’s an amazingly low price of 100yen plus tax.