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Japan is notorious for its high prices for transportation, accommodation and food. However, these 10 easy tips could help you save money when in Japan.
If you don’t want to spend too much on accommodation, consider staying at a manga or internet café.
100 yen shops are the Japanese equivalent of a 1 dollar store and can save you a lot of money for items like snacks, clothes, stationary and cosmetics.
For example, save money traveling around the country with the JR Pass. With the pass you can freely use trains and buses owned by the JR company.
They cost around 1000 yen per night and offer customers their own little cubicle with showers, internet and a drink bar included.
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