|Above, an Asakusa sushi restaurant. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
If you are in Japan and don't want (or can't) to spend a lot of money on food, Inside Japan Tours has an article on where tourists can go to "eat cheap".
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Just like anywhere else in the world, you can spend an awful lot on food in Japan if you want to. But if you’re travelling on limited means, it’s actually very easy to eat on the cheap. Unlike most other countries, the Japanese hold their eating establishments to very high standards – so whether you’re paying top dollar for a Michelin-starred meal or a couple of quid for a bowl of ramen, you can expect it to be delicious.To read more, go here.