In fact, with a bit of planning and a bit of know-how, this country is actually very affordable and on par with places in Europe--and sometimes even cheaper! So, stop worrying about your wallet and start planning your trip! Not sure where to start? Odigo's got you covered! On this page, we will introduce you to low-priced capsule hotels, take you to affordable college bars and show you other low-cost options for the perfect budget trip to Japan!
These 5 Japan Fall Views Will Take Your Breath Away
As summer comes to a close, we look ahead to the upcoming autumn season. Along with the (much welcomed) cooler temps, the fall season blankets all of Japan with vibrant shades of reds and yellows. Known as koyo in Japanese, the colorful foliage first appears i
Eat a Delicious Bowl of Michelin Ramen For Only 900 Yen in Tokyo!
Tsuta Ramen: Using Their NoodleThe sound of summer cicadas and a squawking crow fill the air. Surrounded by swirling conversations in multiple languages -- Japanese, Mandarin, English, French and Spanish -- I count the number of people queuing ahead of me. Nin
How to eat well in Tokyo for under ¥2000 a day
It adds up. Spending US$20 on a single meal out may not seem like much in your home country but what travellers realize soon enough is that the money exchanged at the airport disappear pretty quickly when you need to eat out for every single meal for the dura
5 Easy Tips to Help you Stay on Budget at Japan’s Game Centers
Japan’s game centers (arcades) are the best of the best: an endless selection of games, great prizes, and a super fun time! I will say though that for some, these game centers are notorious money eaters! With 100 yen (roughly $1) being a coin instead of paper,
Akihabara BAY HOTEL
A capsule hotel designed for female occupants, Akihabara Bay Hotel is located in Akihabara and often holds animation-related collaboration events. Discounted prices are available for early reservations and consecutive stays. If you stay for consecutive nights,
Nihonbashi Muromachi BAY HOTEL
Having just opened in January, Nihonbashi Muromachi Bay Hotel boasts a Japanese-style exterior and interior design with simple and clean rooms. Discounted prices are offered for early reservations and consecutive stays, and men-only or women-only plans, season
Tokyo Nihonbashi BAY HOTEL
The Nihonbashi Bay Hotel designs were inspired by Kyomachiya (traditional Kyoto town houses), a cultural heritage in Kyoto. If you stay for consecutive nights, you'll be allowed to stay in the lounge and use the shower rooms anytime except between the hours of
Tokyo Ginza BAY HOTEL
Located in the famous shopping area Ginza, this capsule hotel offers women-only floors, and 24-hour convenient stores and drink stores are also accessible in the building. Bay Hotel Ginza offers discounted prices for early reservations and consecutive stays, a
Tokyo Ariake BAY HOTEL
The first capsule hotel to open in the Ariake area, Ariake Bay Hotel offers both male and female only floors. Female only twin rooms with locks are also available. Bay Hotel offers clean, simple rooms with or without television sets, and hotel facilities inclu
Nakagin Capsule Tower
The Nakagin Capsule Tower, designed by Kisho Kurokawa, is the world's first capsule architecture built for actual use.
Japanese Soba Noodles Tsuta
This noodle restaurant is famous not only for its ramen, but also the long line of customers that wait for it to open every day. In December of 2015 Tsuta received a Michelin star rating, the first restaurant of its kind to do so.
Banh Mi Sandwich
This little Vietnamese place sells sandwiches to go. Their menu includes toppings such as roast pork, roast beef, roast chicken, shrimps and even a vegetarian option. "Banh mi" is the Vietnamese version of the sub and is offered here in two sizes.
This store specializes in Gyoza - a kind of pot sticker dish typically filled with different types of ingredients such as ground meat and/or vegetables. This store offers two of the most popular types of gyoza: yaki-gyoza (pan fried dumplings) and sui-gyoza (b
Hostel & Cafe East 57 Asakusabashi Annex
Hostel & Cafe East57 Asakusabashi Annex is located a 2-minute walk away from the Asakusabashi JR and Subway station, and major tourist spots such as Ueno, Asakusa, Ryogoku or Akihabara are all easily accessible from the hotel. There is also a cafe and bar in