|Above, when you can't afford sushi, Gaijinpot has some tips to eat cheaply. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
If you're in Japan and the end of your vacation stay is only days away, but you still need to eat but are running out of cash, five tips to eating cheap in Japan have been provided by Gaijinpot.com.
The five tips are geared toward those who are working at an ESL (or Eikaiwa) school, but they can apply to anyone.
Before going into the five tips, they wrote:
As many English teachers will tell you, the declining yen and prevailing economic stagnation in Japan these days are a pretty potent combination that can wreak havoc on your social life and finances. For many teachers new to Japan, who haven’t had time to build up a decent bank balance, those last few days before payday can be a real grind. So here are my top 5 places to eat on the cheap as you await that eventual, life-saving pay check.Personally, I have used their second tip when I found myself running a little short on cash while in Japan. I've never completely ran out of cash there, I managed to always bring back a few hundred dollars.
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