These are all affordable restaurants around Osaka Station and Umeda Station. There are also plenty of restaurants by Tenjin Station, close to Osaka Station! Tenjinbashisuji Shoutengai is one of Osaka’s marketplaces, so there are lots of restaurants for you to visit there too.
As one of the biggest metropolitans in the world, many would think that a trip to Tokyo would burn a hole in their wallets. Worry no more, cause we have a list of the 8 best budget inns in Tokyo for budget travelers.
Here is a list of ten low cost shops in Osaka offering cute or stylish items at affordable prices. Some of them can beat their expensive counterparts not only for prices but on quality as well. Let’s go out to experience wonderful shopping in Osaka, well-known as a cost conscious market! Please note that all prices below exclude the 8% consumption tax.
Here is the list of 30 delicious places you should try during your stay in Tokyo. All-you-can-eat restaurants, inexpensive but high-quality food shops, places you might hesitate to go if you are not sure about the price range, and places selling finger foods on the street. Some of them are so popular that you might need to queue for a while, but all are reasonably priced and great value for money.
The idea of traveling around Japan sounds like it will require a lot of money, so don’t you wish that you had some handy tips to make it cheaper? Here are 38 of those tips to save your wallet and allow you to travel resourcefully!
Here are famous, cheap, and delicious restaurants you should definitely try while you’re in Osaka! Ramen, sushi, udon, takoyaki, okonomiyaki, etc. – all the meals you should try in Osaka can be found on this list. Plus the prices are very reasonable, so if you’re in the area and on a budget, you can still enjoy eating your way through the city.
Sapporo, the 5th biggest city in Japan, is not only overflowing with nature but is also a harmonious city due to its orderly neighborhood divisions. Here are some ways to enjoy Sapporo and neighboring towns without breaking your budget.
Osaka is the second largest city in Japan after Tokyo. Osaka has been a business city since time immemorial, and it’s also known as a gourmet town. If you go to Osaka, you’ll hear Osaka-ben spoken by the residents rather than standard Japanese, so it’s an experience for all of your senses. Here are some ways to enjoy this city without spending too much of your budget.
Shibuya is a busy town with full of youngsters and counted as one of the 3 major districts in Tokyo. It has many famous landmarks like the statute of Hachi the dog and the massive scramble crossings, not to mention many commercial buildings for shopping. We have selected some good eateries for lunchtime bargains in Shibuya.
If you look at any guidebooks or sites introducing Kyoto, you’ll probably find that while they rate the sightseeing spots really highly, they will always mention how expensive it can cost. So here in this article, we are going to introduce 15 of our favorite things to do in the historical former capital that you can enjoy on a budget.
When you think of Tokyo, what comes to mind? While you are sure to find some great shopping, sightseeing and cuisine in the capital, in this article, we are going to introduce some places you can enjoy on a budget during your stay.