Travel Saving Tips for Your Japan Tour Part 2

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In the previous article, you already learned some simple yet practical tips for your Japan visit. Here are some more:

4. If you are a foodie, you’ll be surprised that convenience stores sell items at reasonable prices. In fact, they always have fresh breads and rice bowls for those on the go. If you are looking for the famous Ramen and Sushi, you may try the small shops along the streets instead of those expensive local restaurants. For those with big appetite, eat-all-you-can restaurants offer a wide variety of food choices. On the other hand, you may also do your own cooking and get fresh items from local supermarkets.

5. Are you a shopaholic? If you go to Japan, you definitely want to bring home items for your family members and friends. If you plan to bring food, you may buy from different supermarkets at discounted rates or bulk prices. For clothing, some famous brands offer items at the lowest prices possible and even cheaper during sale. If you want to explore more, flea markets are also in. Above all, you should know when the “sale period” in Japan is, which is usually during holidays, for this is the excellent time to shop for all items.

Whether you go to Japan or in other countries, to save a few bucks is always fun since it will allow you to buy more souvenirs.

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