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13 Great Value for Money Business Hotels in Ginza

Ginza is well known for its high-class image, but you’ll be surprised to know that there are a lot of reasonably priced hotels in the surrounding area. The great train access makes it an ideal location to stay wherever you are planning to visit. If you’re looking to have fun in Ginza and do some sightseeing, here are 13 inexpensive and convenient business hotels you might want to try out.
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Comfortable and budget-friendly! 10 Recommended Business Hotels Around Tokyo Station

If you want to travel around the outskirts of Tokyo, then wouldn’t it be a good idea to get lodging by Tokyo Station? Since public transportation is so often there, it’s very convenient to reach many places. In order to see as much as possible, you definitely want your hotel to be both budget-friendly yet comfortable! Here are 10 different hotels in the Tokyo Station area to consider.
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Comfortable yet budget friendly! 15 Recommended Business Hotels in Asakusa and Ueno

Asakusa is an area in the great city of Tokyo that still retains a nostalgic working class atmosphere. There are many sightseeing areas there, including the oldest temple in Tokyo, Sensoji, and the shopping arcade Nakamise Shoutengai behind Kaminarimon. It’s a popular area with both Japanese and foreign tourists alike. Here are some great business hotels in the area that are easy on the wallet but comfortable and convenient.
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Made in Saitama? 5 Original Souvenirs Created Using Traditional Japanese Techniques

Japan has various sightseeing areas and souvenirs, but you want to visit new places and buy souvenirs that you can brag about or will make your loved ones happy, right? Here is some information about Saitama and original souvenirs made using traditional techniques that are unique to Saitama. (This article was written to support the commercialization of newly developed products in the Saitama Traditional Craft Contest.)
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A Complete Guide to Osaka and Umeda Stations For Foreign Travelers

The area around Osaka and Umeda Stations is great as a base for sightseeing or as a cuisine or shopping spot, but it’s so confusing that even Japanese people often get lost. This article has photographic guides to help foreign travelers find their way through the stations as well as helpful information. Please check it when you’re coming to Osaka for a smooth trip.
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A Staple of Nagoya Cuisine! 5 Recommended Places for Kishimen, Nagoya’s Comfort Food

Nagoya is a treasure trove of famous foods like hitsumabushi (chopped kabayaki eel on rice), tenmusu (rice ball with fried shrimp filling), miso nikomi udon (udon noodles cooked in a miso paste broth) and more! Here are some of the best shops to eat kishimen that are friendly to beginners of Japanese cuisine and are sure to become favorites.
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There When You Need Them! How to Use Japanese Internet Cafes

Internet cafes are now found in cities the world over. This is true of Japan too. At their most basic, these businesses offer computers with high-speed Internet access. In recent years, however, the services on offer have increased to the point that it’s almost a waste not to take advantage. If you’re traveling on a budget, you’ll definitely want to look into these facilities and see how they can benefit you!
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