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How To Stay In A Decent Cheap Hotel In Tokyo One of the most common, recurring myths about Japan is that it is prohibitively expensive. So expensive in fact that, as much as you’d love to go there, you’re simply not sure you can afford to go for any decent amount of time. CLICK THROUGH TO READ ARTICLE. the real japan, real japan, japan, japanese, guide, tips, resource, tips, tricks, information, guide, adventure, explore, trip, tour, vacation, holiday, planning, travel, tourist, tourism,

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10 of the best budget hotels in Tokyo

Unusually for Tokyo, this smart-looking ryokan caters almost exclusively for foreigners, and so the staff are well-informed on what the city has to offer and are often willing to help organise tours or cultural events. The communal living room is often lively. Bathrooms in the ryokan are all shared, but are very clean. The smallest room sleeps four, the largest eight, and rates drop according to how many people are sharing the room. beds from £24

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Tokyo, Japan: I remember never fixing my jet lag, which was fine because it was so humid during the day, and the night life was bumpin

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10 of the most unusual hotels in Tokyo

This is a rarity in that it offers both standard rooms and small pods for men and women to sleep in. Capsule hotels are often men-only, due to the risks for women staying in places with questionable clientele. However, the Asakusa guarantees safety and is located in a part of town that is much quieter once the sun goes down. The hotel is in a decent location for visitors looking to explore the Shitamachi (downtown) area of the city. Capsules from around £20, doubles from £50

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TOKYO - WHERE TO STAY IN TOKYO: Find out the best areas and best hotels to stay in Tokyo.

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Isn’t Japan Prohibitively Expensive? One of the most common, recurring myths about Japan is that it is prohibitively expensive. So expensive in fact that, as much as you’d love to go there, you’re simply not sure you can afford to go for any decent amount of time. Whilst it’s true that travelling in Japan isn’t likely to be the cheapest trip you’ll ever embark upon, it’s also true that it doesn’t have to...

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10 of the best budget hotels in Tokyo

Khaosan Tokyo Guest House Ninja This is where Annie and Asher will be staying, because vampires (and kitsune) are assholes.

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Everything you could want to know as a woman about finding and staying in a capsule hotel in Tokyo, Japan

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