Travel to japan
Step 1 – Go Incognito:
When you repeatedly search for a destination on your browser, you notice very often that prices go up, right? Well that’s because yourÂ browser’s cookies take you to the websites that want to make you buy a ticket before it gets even more expensive. Therefore, always search for flights inÂ incognito or private browsing mode. If you want to perform another search, close all tabs and windows and open again in incognito.
Step 2 – Choose buses over trainsÂ :
Willer Express offers aÂ $100 pass for 3 trips and a $150 pass for 5 trips that can be used within two months but NOT consecutively. The advantage of overnight buses is thatÂ you can save on accomodation.
Step 3 – Japanese Fast Foods:
Not only is Japanese fast food healthy-tasty, but the prices range fromÂ $3 to $6 USD only. You can also try theÂ â€œButtonâ€ style restaurantsÂ which do no usuallyÂ exceedÂ $5 USD. You can easily choose from a range of meals’ pictures, select and pay simply select and pay. You then give the cook your receipt and enjoy!
Step 4 – Get the Grutt pass when in Tokyo:
If you are into sightseeing and museums, this pass offers you aÂ free admission and a large set of discounts toÂ more thanÂ 50Â museums, art galleries, and other attractions in theÂ Tokyo area for aÂ $20 USD.
Step 5 – Save on accommodation:
Internet Cafes, Comic Book Cafes and Manga Kissaten are very popular in Japan and have a long-stay option. For 12 hours, you can rent your cubical forÂ $21 USD.
OR, if you are not claustrophobic,Â you canÂ try Capsule Hotels.Â The Capsules areÂ cheap, safe and clean. Prices range from $32 toÂ 58$ USD.