How much money do you need to stay in japan

How much money do i need to stay in japan - Whether you want to soak up the bright lights and the distinct buzz of the big cities like tokyo and osaka, wander the old, narrow wooden housed lined alleyways of kyoto, stroll through the scenic smaller towns of kobe and nara, or relax within the beach towns and mountain ranges of the peninsulas and islands, japan is vast and full of natural beauty and endless changing scenery; a diversity which means a single visit isn’t enough to conquer everything there is on offer. There are those that get more scrutiny though - a male, not female (they'll never admit it, but in practice it is true), a single traveler gets a lot more scrutiny than someone with a spouse and kid, someone young or even who just looks young, and when something doesn't add up like maxing out the airline weight limit when you tell them you're coming for just a week (if you're bringing in stuff for family or friends in japan, that means you). Step up from that are destinations like mongolia, borneo, singapore, brunei and cities like kuala lumpur, where your budget would stretch closer to £800, ,300+ over a month because they are places with stronger economies, where prices are naturally higher or where activities and options for travel are harder to reach or organise on your  own (and thus they know how to extract the most money from you! Spring (march-april) will be peak cherry blossom season in which the country is aplomb in a riot of pink colors, summer is technically “monsoon” season, so it will be hot, humid and wet in most parts, but not all of japan, fall will bring drier weather beautiful colors as the trees change.

Visiting Japan: How much money do I need? (staying over 1 month)

Wes talks about his budget, expenses and all aspects related to money in regards to his 6 week trip to Tokyo. This video is geared ...