Guest Post on eTramping: How to Travel in Tokyo, Japan for Less Than $25 a Day

Agness at published my guest post “How to Travel in Tokyo for Less than $25 a day.” I’m a long-time reader (and avid) fan of her blog – that documents how to travel on a budget. Most of the posts talk about how to travel in a specific city (like Tokyo) for less than $25 a day, including a place to sleep.

Here is a small snippet of my guest post:

Tokyo, a city famous for sushi, unique technology, street fashion, and Anime, is my favorite place in the world. There is no shortage of things to do in this wonderful city – as long as you have a thick wallet.

Tokyo is the world’s most expensive city to live in, according to a recent survey by the Economist Intelligent Unit. Travelling isn’t much better, between train tickets, hostel rooms, food, and entry charges, it is easy to spend upwards of $200 a dayif you’re lucky.

Sushi in Japan

Traveling doesn’t have to be expensive as Tokyo has some hidden, cheap things to do. Avoid the “brand name” tourist traps in Tokyo, and it is feasible to spend under $25 a day(excluding hotel rooms).

To learn about how to travel in Tokyo for less than $25 a day (food, transportation, etc), head over to and check out my guest post “How to Travel in Tokyo for Less than $25.”

About Grace Buchele Mineta

I got into the writing business by accident. Now I live in the countryside near Tokyo with my husband, Ryosuke, where I draw comics, blog, and make videos about our daily life. Contact: Website | More Posts

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