The most popular Japan travel apps that Japanese actually use. Accommodation, transit, dining & restaurants, itineraries. Including Tabelog, Retty, Norikae Annai, Rakuten Travel, etc.
Train, transit, ryokan, minshuku food, and translation tips for getting around in rural Japan to more off-beat and interesting places!
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.