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How expensive is Japan?

Contrary to popular belief, Japan is not expensive. At the present time, the dollar is strong compared to the yen, and makes travel very affordable. A full meal can range from 600 to 1200 yen...taxes included...and there is no tip!! (Of course, you can find high-class, very expensive restaurants, too). Investing in a JR rail pass, or a city transit pass if staying only in one area, is advisable if you will travel a lot. Hotels can be reserved for as low as 4500 yen (taxes included). Example: a nice hotel room in Kyoto (spacious, across from the Imperial palace) can be reserved for 6000 yen per night if done through someone who can read Japanese websites (see www.japan-smart.com).
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1 . 100-yen Stores
2 . Air Tickets to Japan
3 . Amusement Parks
4 . Banks in Japan
5 . Baseball
6 . Beach in Japan
7 . Beef Bowl (Gyudon)
8 . Bento
9 . Business Hotels
10 . Café (Kissaten)
11 . Can Drinks
12 . Capsule Hotels
13 . Cherry Blossoms
14 . Chopsticks
15 . Clothes to Wear
16 . Coffee and Tea
17 . Coin Laundry
18 . Convenience Stores
19 . Credit Cards in Japan
20 . Department Stores
21 . Drinking Water
22 . Driving in Japan
23 . Eat Ramen Noodle
24 . Eat Sushi
25 . Electrical Stores
26 . English Signs
27 . Excersize
28 . Family Restaurants
29 . Fast Foods
30 . Festivals
31 . Fireworks
32 . Game Centers
33 . Gardens
34 . Good Japanese Foods on Street
35 . Green Tea (Maccha)
36 . Greetings
37 . Grocery Stores
38 . Hiking in Japan
39 . Hot Spring Spa (Onsen)
40 . How expensive is Japan?
41 . How large is Japan?
42 . How to Mail (Post Office)
43 . In case of Emergency
44 . Instant Foods
45 . Internet Access in Hotel Rooms
46 . Internet Café
47 . Is Japan safe?
48 . Japanese Address and Streets
49 . Japanese BBQ Beef (Yakiniku)
50 . Japanese Beer
51 . Japanese Breakfast
52 . Japanese Curry Rice
53 . Japanese Deserts
54 . Japanese Money (Yen)
55 . Japanese Music
56 . Japanese Toys
57 . Japanese-Style Drinking Bars (Nomiya)
58 . Japanese-Style Hotels (Ryokan)
59 . Japanese-Style Toilets
60 . Join a Tour Package
61 . JR Railway Pass
62 . Kabuki
63 . Kaiseki Ryori (Japanese Traditional Meal)
64 . Karaoke Box
65 . Kettles
66 . Kimono
67 . Kleenex advertisements
68 . Love Hotels
69 . Manner when Eating
70 . Massage
71 . Mobile Phone
72 . Musicals
73 . Nabe
74 . National Holidays in Japan
75 . National Parks
76 . News
77 . Noh and Kyogen
78 . Noodle Shops in Train Station
79 . Pachinko
80 . Pork Cutlet
81 . Pottery
82 . Public Manner
83 . Ride a Bus
84 . Ride a Taxi
85 . Ride a Train
86 . Ride an Airplane
87 . Rush Hour
88 . Sake
89 . Service Fee and Tips
90 . Shinkansen
91 . Shrines and Temples
92 . Skiing in Japan
93 . Soccer
94 . Stores and Restaurants in Train Station
95 . Sumo
96 . Tax
97 . Telephone
98 . Teriyaki Burger at McDonalds
99 . Traffic Signs
100 . Walking Rule
101 . Weather
102 . Weekly/Monthly Apartments
103 . Wild Animals
104 . Youth Hostels
105 . Yukata
106 . Zoo and Aquariums
107 . Vending Machine
108 . Electrical Compatibility
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