A list of travel hack apps to make the most of your Japan trip. Apps for planning your Japan itinerary, booking accommodations, maps and navigating transit, food guides (including specialty ones for vegan, halal, cafes, and ramen). Make use of some of the best regional apps around!
Tips for getting a great deal on local Okinawa soba while travelling in Naha or staying for remote work.
The most popular Japan travel apps that Japanese actually use. Accommodation, transit, dining & restaurants, itineraries. Including Tabelog, Retty, Norikae Annai, Rakuten Travel, etc.
3 months of Japan travel expenses on a public spreadsheet, and your chance to ask questions and get backpacking tips!
1) Coach Buses / Kaisoku Buses 快速バス Highway buses are hands down the cheapest way to get anywhere in Japan. A bus ticket between Tokyo and Kyoto can be 2,700 JPY in contrast to a Shinkansen ticket that costs 13,000 JPY. The buses are comfortable, timely, safe, and reliable. In addition, the stops at michi-no-eki, roadside stations, always have nice, clean washrooms and shops to get food and omiyage (local food souvenirs) from. You can Willier Express, which has an English site, even has a Japan Bus Pass (for 3 /5 /7 days). If you go on the booking sites, you can…
10 Apps to help you understand, communicate, get around, find places to stay, amazing eateries, and local itineraries
PLUS: Tips to always stay connected.