|Above, according to the article, Yoshinoya is a good source for cheap meals. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
If your find yourself in Japan but are low on funds, there's a way to survive ten days in Japan on $400. AsiaOne Travel has tips on how to do so.
They have tips on accommodation, food, travel and activities.
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Ahhh, Japan. A fantasy land of sashimi, kimonos and kawaii, where toilet seats are pleasantly heated and bowls of ramen are ordered from vending machines. Quirky, charming and often out of this world, Japan is a hot choice for those of us with the itch to travel.
But what if you're running tight on cash? Don't give up on the dream quite just yet. The experienced folks over at tabinu specialise in planning trips to Japan whatever your budget may be, and they have quite a bit of insider information on the subject.To read more, go here.