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JAPAN! JAPAN! Sagot sa puso mong nawalan. 😂 Finally, I’m blogging about my MOST FAVORITE country in Asia. Yes, Japan is what my heart shouts when I’m often asked about my top destination. This country is so rich in culture and diversity, has impeccable landscapes and architecture and above all it is home to THE MOST POLITE PEOPLE in the world! Japanese, in general, are the most respectful, punctual, well-mannered group of people I’ve came across with. So right now, I’m doing this budget travel guide to Tokyo, Japan although my favorite city is actually Kyoto.😍 Kansai blog post is coming up next.

Concrete jungle where dreams are made of.

If you are a huge fan of anime, manga, (papaya, saging, kalabasa, joke!), cosplay and urban explorations, then Tokyo is the place to be.  To be honest, I am not. Hahaha! However, there’s something about Tokyo that drives me wild. This city is eclectic and visually striking that anywhere you look is so animated and just full of life. Making my way downtown, (walking fast, faces pass and I’m homebound. Ayyyeee! You sang that noh? Nagkaalaman tuloy sa edad! Hahaha!) I thought I was in the backstage of a theater because it’s a normal scene to come across Japanese people who play dress up. They were so fancy and cute! Their skyscrapers and billboards are extra! Tokyo is over-the-top but in a great kind of way, to simply put.

Rush hour.
We’re all guilty of this. Yung kahit sa pagtawid sa kalsada, kailangan umawra. hahaha!

I’m not really into urban exploration as I enjoy natural sceneries but I realized that Tokyo is where you’ll see the modern phase of Japan. The city is dominated by mega structures but with bits of old Japan still making its presence felt. If you grew up watching anime, computer games and all of those Japanese-influenced stuff, Tokyo’s going to bring out the kid in you!

It’s just worth taking photo in every corner. Tokyo is so clean!
Just like in movies.
Oh how I missed my console days!

Pasok mga suki! Presyong Japayuki. Break time muna bago kayo ma information overload sa blog post na to! Hahaha!

Sino ang pipiliin ko? Pagkain o summer body? Syempre pagkain! 😛

So here’s my travel guide on how to travel around Tokyo on a budget.

VISA APPLICATION PROCESS

This was surprisingly one of the easiest visa applications I’ve had although I can’t guarantee that it will be the same thing for you, too. What I did was look for a travel agency to process my application and I found Discovery Tour online. I’ve read great reviews about them and I can now vouch for that, as well.

My travel to Tokyo was a bit random and due to time constraints, I processed my visa just less than two weeks before my flight. Don’t be like me because sometimes, visa approval can take weeks. I just got lucky that during my second application, I got approved in 2 days! You better apply for a visa as early as possible.

REQUIREMENTS

1. A valid Philippine Passport
2. An accomplished visa application form.
Make sure to fill in all of the details or write N/A if not applicable. Download the form HERE.
3. ID picture
Write your name and birthday at the back of the photo.
4. Birth Certificate
5. Travel Itinerary
Yes, you will need to come up with a solid itinerary when you apply for a visa. Establish that you’re going to Japan as a tourist. The itinerary should be specific and must include date, location and even time. Download the form HERE.
6. Income Tax Return – ITR Form 2316. Provide a clear copy.

7. Bank Certificate – This is the tricky part as it has never been defined how much money you need to show for you to get approved. Let’s get away with the idea of having just a “show money” because the embassy will ask for your statement over the last 3 months. I remember my application for a KOREAN VISA and they even asked for an AVERAGE DAILY BALANCE. Meaning to say, it will be obvious if you just put the money there for the intention of getting your visa approved. This is a red flag. I can’t guarantee if Japan Embassy is as strict as Korean Embassy though, but still.
8. Old Passport – I also submitted my old passport to solidify the notion that I am a frequent traveler. This is not part of the official enlisted requirements but could definitely help.

SUBMISSION OF YOUR VISA APPLICATION

  1. Make sure that your requirements are complete and duly accomplished. Review everything.
  2. Look for an accredited travel agency. For now, Japan Embassy doesn’t require personal appearance BUT you have to route your application through an accredited travel agency. My choice would be Discovery Tour. Nope, I am not in any way connected to them but I had a great experience with their services. Some of your local agencies will charge high amount for the processing it is because they are not accredited by the Japan Embassy and are just 3rd party agencies. Accredited agencies normally charge 1,000 for the processing. Just inquire with your chosen agency.
  3. Approval. This is judgment day. After making sure that you’ve submitted a complete and honest application and have paid the processing fee, all you can do now is wait. Visa approval varies maybe depending on the number of applicants or whatnots. My first application took 5 days and the latest took only 2 days. Again, some applications may take weeks to approve or disapprove.

VISA APPLICATION TIPS

• PLANE TICKETS AND HOTEL VOUCHERS

You don’t need a PLANE ticket to apply for a visa. Flight ticket print-outs are not even part of the requirements. All you need to do is take note of the flight number you target to be on. The same thing with HOTEL reservations, confirmed bookings aren’t required. Just copy the hotel details and write it down on your application form.

• VISA VALIDITY

Japan Embassy gives out two types of visa for tourists. There’s the single-entry and also the multiple-entry visa. I will discuss next time how you can apply for a multiple-entry visa. Single-entry visa will allow you a 15-day stay in Japan and is valid for 3 months UPON issue. Multiple-entry visa will allow you a 15-30 day stay in Japan and is normally valid for 5 years. Meaning to say, you may come back to Japan as often as you want for as long as your visa is still valid.

• BANK ACCOUNT

Again, there’s no definite answer to this but I had friends who traveled to Japan as a tourist for 3 days and their bank account showed 40,000php only. I think the common calculation is here is that your bank account MUST support the number of days you intend to stay in Japan. The longer you wish to stay there, the more money you will need to prepare.

PRE-DEPARTURE

1. VISA and PASSPORT

These two should be on top of your checklists before anything else.

2. POCKET MONEY

It all depends on how you spend while traveling. If you’re into shopping, food trips and amusement parks then prepare to shell out huge cash. But it will be totally worth every yen you spend!

3. BOOK YOUR FLIGHTS

As you know, flight expense takes up a huge chunk of our travel budget. However with the influx of promo fares, you’ll be able to snag a cheap airfare. I’m going back to Osaka this year for only 900php one way! Thanks to Cebu Pac.

For the cheapest airfares to Japan, book HERE.

4. SEARCH FOR HOSTELS / BACKPACKER INNS

Since we are doing a budget guide here, we assume that you’d rather look for the cheapest but convenient room option. Tokyo is not really the top choice for backpackers but there are guest houses widely available. And what I love about their hostels is that they’re clean and well-maintained; they can pretty much pass as a standard hotel!

5. JAPAN RAIL PASS (JR PASS)

If you only intend to tour around Tokyo, there is no need to get a JR PASS as this is pricey. JR PASS is your one-card access to trains on the JR LINE ONLY. This is ideal if you are planning to travel to other cities like Kyoto and Osaka and if you also intend to stay in Tokyo for a maximum period.

6. DISCOUNTED VOUCHERS

The last thing you want do in Tokyo, Japan is to spend time falling in line just to get a ticket to your favorite attraction. Thanks to KLOOK you may now pre-book your favorite activities and get HUGE DISCOUNTS!

For discounted passes to Tokyo attractions, book HERE.klook-book-now-banner

7. TRAVEL TAX

You may now skip lines at the airport by pre-paying your travel tax when you book your airfares.

8. DOWNLOAD GOOGLE MAPS AND GOOGLE TRANSLATE

This will be very useful during your trip. If you are used to public transportation, Tokyo Rail is easy to navigate but could get overwhelming sometimes. To know which station to go and which train to ride, Google Maps will do that for you! Never hesitate to ask for directions from the locals. They are very accommodating and there are also subway staff in every station who’ll assist you if ever.




WHERE TO STAY?

As mentioned, there are a lot of room options in Tokyo from hotels, hostels, capsule rooms and Airbnb. The first thing you need to factor in when choosing an accommodation other than the rate is the location. A lot of us would normally opt for the cheapest option only to regret in the end that it cost us a more valuable element and that is TIME. Cheap options are usually located in rather far locations and would require walking a few more distance.
Always book an accommodation which gives you quick access to train stations and commercial spaces. You have the option to either stay in Shibuya, Shinjuku or Tokyo station areas but I opted to stay in Asakusa area. Asakusa has an old Japanese town feel and there are less crowded temples around, too.

Just in case you’re wondering, I stayed at Bunka Hostel. The place is really clean and location is just a 3-min walk from the station.

Book your discounted rooms in Tokyo, Japan before it gets full. Use the search engine to BOOK NOW!

CURRENCY

For easy computation, I just divide the JPY to 2 for quick estimates. Hahaha! Also, never have your money exchanged at the airports! It’s a no-no. Look for changers in the metro where rates are good. I’d normally bring US Dollars as well instead of ₱ whenever I travel abroad to maximize conversion.

MUST VISIT ATTRACTIONS IN TOKYO

DAYTOUR IN MT. FUJI

Marvel at the natural wonders surrounding Mount Fuji and enjoy splendid views on this day tour.

One of the most breathtaking scene when in Tokyo. Photo by instagram.com/kentjtan

Book your Mt. Fuji Tours with discounted rates at KLOOK HERE.klook-book-now-banner

TOKYO DISNEYLAND

Meet Mickey Mouse, Ariel and all of your other favorite Disney characters. Amazing fireworks after the show!

Happiest place on Earth.

Book your Tokyo Disneyland Tours with discounted rates at KLOOK HERE.klook-book-now-banner

TOKYO DISNEY SEA

Ride on gondolas through Mediterranean Harbor and explore the depths of the ocean in one of Captain Nemo’s submarines at Disneysea.

Disneysea will make you feel like you’re in Europe!
One of the best areas in Disneysea! A whole new woooooorld!!! 💙

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OR Book a 2-day in Disneyland Pass and enjoy HUGE SAVINGS!

Thank you OSAH for my backpacks! Check them out guys.

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TOKYO TOWER OBSERVATORY

See this splendid landmark of Tokyo and take beautiful pictures while inside this significant structure.

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ROBOT RESTAURANT

A truly one of a kind dining experience in Japan! Watch beautiful flashy dancers and glittering robots enhance the show’s energy.

The most quirky and fancy restaurant I’ve been. ONLY IN JAPAN!
Where can you find a restaurant with a full production number, Japanese music and laser lights!? Minblown in Tokyo!

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HARAJUKU

This is a popular shopping street where you’ll also get to see the teenage life of Japanese people.

This is the best area to shoot night portraits! Too bad I left my prime lens, then. 🙁
Bright nights and city lights.

MEIJI SHRINE

Located in Shibuya, Tokyo, is the Shinto shrine that is dedicated to the deified spirits of Emperor Meiji and his wife, Empress Shōken.

One of the icons in Tokyo.
Written prayers.
One of the places where photos can never give justice to how awesome the place is in actuality.

SHIBUYA CROSSING

Welcome to the world’s busiest pedestrian crossing. It will leave you in awe when you see pedestrians cross altogether from all sides!

It was really hard to pull this shot handheld but it was so much fun!
Crossing the busiest pedestrian in the world felt so unreal!

HACHIKO SHRINE

Hachiko is probably the world’s most beloved dog. The iconic statue is located just across Shibuya crossing.

UENO PARK

Ueno Park is a spacious public park in the Ueno district of Taitō, Tokyo, Japan. The park was established in 1873 on lands formerly belonging to the temple of Kan’ei-ji.

Definitely the most beautiful landscape art I’ve seen in Tokyo!
This park is so dreamy.

AKIHABARA

If you’re a gamer, a computer addict and fond of odd shops and cafes, this is the place for you. Akihabara is sure to bring out the kid inside of you! It was nostalgic to see the video games I played in my console during my younger years.




That moment when it felt like you walked inside Mario Land. Hahaha!

TRAVEL TIPS

• TRAVELING FROM NARITA AIRPORT TO TOKYO CENTER

The cheapest regular trains that run the route from central Tokyo to Narita Airport are on the Keisei Line; and it connects with the Toei Asakusa Subway Line and the Yamanote Line. The downside is that it can be very taxing during rush hour when you have all of your luggage with you.

While there are cheaper options like the airport buses and Keisei Main Line Limited Express trains, I suggest that you take the KEISEI SKYLINER to get to Tokyo Center. Though twice the price, Keisei Skyliner will save you 30 more minutes travel time.

Bullet train. Mas mabilis pa kesa paglaho ng jowa mo! LOL!

Book your Airport Transfers with discounted rates at KLOOK HERE.klook-book-now-banner

• RENT A POCKET WIFI

I loved the speedy internet connection all over Tokyo. Stay connected 24/7 by picking up your pocket wifi right at the airport. Connect up to 5 devices and share the connection with your travel buddies to cut down on cost.

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• BOOK YOUR JR PASS

Again, if you are traveling for a longer period and plans to visit Osaka, Kyoto and other cities, a JR Pass is a must and economical. There are different types of JR Passes so please make sure you are buying the right pass. Read the description first.

If you are traveling to Osaka and Kyoto, book this JR Pass just like we did.

JR PASS.

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• BOOK YOUR DISNEYLAND TICKETS IN ADVANCE

This should be a common practice if you’re frequently traveling. Not only you get to save huge discounts, you also get to save so much time from the crazy long lines in the ticket booth! I learned that Japanese have renewable and prepaid access cards to Disneyland that’s why it never goes off season. Just to give you an idea, if you arrive late in the morning, the line for a ride at the Jurassic Park can take up to 2 hours! Enjoy guys! Hahaha! So what we did was go there even before the opening hours just to be ahead on the line. When the gates opened, we sprinted like Usain Bolt and headed to Harry Potter Park as fast as we could!

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• WEATHER

Japan enjoys four seasons in a year. Unless I am traveling to an island paradise, I’d usually skip the Summer ☀season (June to Aug). I’ve traveled to Tokyo last August and man it was so hot!!! I didn’t really enjoy my Disneyland tour because I got drained just a few minutes of lining up for the rides! Spring 🌸 (late March to May) is best if you want to see the gorgeous Sakura! Autumn 🍂 (Sept to Nov) is ideal if you want to see the golden foliage in Japanese temples. I loved my autumn trip in Japan last November because the weather was down but not icy. If you want snow, travel during Winter ❄ (Dec to Feb.)

• FOOD

Although I’m a Chinese food-lover, I enjoyed Japanese food so much! Expect that food will be pricey in Japan but if you know where to eat, there will be a lot of cheap options, too. Say for example, a rice bowl meal in Yoshinoya starts at 180php However, I suggest that you save up much for this trip because again, Japanese food is so good that it makes you forget about your EX! 😂

My top recommendations would be ICHIRAN (Best ramen everrrr!!!) and the Tsukiji Fish Market!

But waiiiit, We have an info from traveler, KENT TAN! If you are not really picky on food, we all know that the most popular option for cheap eats in Japan is the convenient store. But we have discovered that the supermarket is way cheaper where they also serve packed foods like Rice, Karaage, Sushi, Maki, Takoyaki, Katsu, and etc. The food prices cost around 200-500JPY (100-250php) and if that’s still not cheap enough for you, wait until 8pm and the packed food items are 50% off!

• SHOPPING

What I loved about shopping in Tokyo is the quirky and unconventional stuff you never thought you needed but you bought anyways! 😂 I also enjoyed shopping for clothes and shoes, too as they were really cheap compared in the Philippines. If you’re a gamer and anime lover, Tokyo is heaven on Earth for you.

TOP AREAS TO SHOP

AKIHABARA

Shopping haven for gamers.

SHINJUKU

One of the busiest stations in Tokyo.

The Japanese were a bit concerned about our randomness in the streets. Hahaha!

HARAJUKU




Yung ako mismo nalilito kung blog ko ba to or kay Colololz! Puro mukha nya eh. hahaha!
Dear Ex, kunwari masaya ako sa ginawa mo. hahaha! Labyu, Colz!

• MANNERS

Believe me when I say that the Japanese people are some of the nicest people in the world. I have so much respect to how well-mannered they are. I noticed that they don’t even make a bit of noise in public transportations and they value punctuality so much. Respect the solemnity of their temples too because some traditional events are held open to the public.

• SEAT SALES

Last, but certainly not the least travel tip, be on the lookout for seat sales. I’ve started to not include airfare budget on my travel guides because we will always have varied ticket prices. It all boils down to your skill in snagging promo fares. I’ve booked a trip to Osaka for 900 only! See?

For the cheapest airfares to Japan, book HERE.book-here-button

TOKYO SAMPLE ITINERARIES

Sample 1

3D/2N TOKYO + DISNEYLAND

Day 1:

• 06:15 AM – Flight to Tokyo, Japan
• 11:35 AM – Arrival in Tokyo
• 12:15 PM – Check in at hostel
*Grab quick lunch
• 01:00 PM – Off to Shinjuku District
*Take the train to Shinjuku Station
*Explore Shinjuku. You may visit the Fire Museum or take a photo with the Big Buddha at Taisoji Temple
• 03:00 PM – If you have enough budget, Robot Restaurant is a lot of fun!!!
*From Shinjuku, walk at least 5 minutes to Robot Restaurant
*Show ends at 5:30PM
• 06:00 PM – Off to Shibuya
*Ride a train to Shibuya Station
*Explore around
*Photo op with the iconic statue of HACHIKO
*Dinner

Day 2:

• 08:00 AM: Off to Ueno Park
*Ride a train to Ueno Station
*You can see Ueno Park right beside the station already
*Explore the park, museums and Ueno Zoo
• 12:00 PM: Off to Meiji Shrine
*Ride a train from Ueno Station to Harajuku Station
*From the station, walk at least 10 minutes to Meiji Shrine
*Explore the Park
*Lunch
• 02:00 PM: Off to explore Harajuku District
*From the park, you may walk around Harajuku and explore the district
*You will enjoy seeing cosplayers here and get a glimpse of Tokyo’s pop culture
• 05:00 PM: Off to explore Akihibara District
*Ride a train from Harajuku Station to Akihibara Station
*Walk around the Electronic Town as they call it.
*Visit Gundam Café or the fancy Maid Café
*Visit SEGA and play games at arcades.
*Dinner

Day 3:

• 06:00 AM: Off to Tokyo Disney Park
*Get on a train to Maihama Station
*From Maihama Station, Tokyo Disneyland is walking distance.
If you choose to visit Tokyo DisneySea just ge on a ride in Disney Resort Monorail to Tokyo DisneySea Station from Maihama Station
• 08:00 AM: Start of a wonderful Disney Adventure!
PS: Both parks can be visited in one day, if you want. But it will always be better if you spend one full day for each park.
• 04:00 PM – Travel back to your hostel
*Fix and get ready to leave Tokyo
05:30 PM – Travel to the airport
• 08:00 PM – Flight from Tokyo to Manila

If you want to have one full day in Disneyland and isn’t really a fan of urban exploration, you may switch days 2 and 3. Don’t forget to web check-in your flights to avoid inconvenience.

EXPENSES

2 Days Subway Ticket – ₱552

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3 Days 4g Wifi – ₱750

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Tokyo Skyliner Roundtrip (Narita Airport to Tokyo City to Narita Airport) – ₱2,058

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Tokyo Disneyland/ DisneySea Tickets – ₱3,360

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2 Nights Accommodation (hostel) – ₱2,000
3 Days Food – ₱3,150 (350/meal)

TOTAL – ₱11,870

Optional: Robot Restaurant Ticket ₱2,300
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Sample 2

4D / 3N TOKYO + DISNEYLAND + DISNEYSEA

Day 1:

• 06:15 AM – Flight to Tokyo, Japan
• 11:35 AM – Arrival in Tokyo
• 12:15 PM – Check in at hostel
*Grab quick lunch
• 01:00PM – Off to Shinjuku District
*Take the train to Shinjuku Station
*Explore Shinjuku. You may visit the Fire Museum or take a photo with the Big *Buddha at Taisoji Temple
• 3:00PM – Off to Robot Restaurant
*From Shinjuku, walk at least 5 minutes to Robot Restaurant
*Show ends at 5:30PM
• 6:00PM – Off to Shibuya
*Ride a train to Shibuya Station
*Explore around
*Photo op with the iconic statue of HACHIKO
*Dinner

Day 2:

• 8:00AM: Off to Ueno Park
*Ride a train to Ueno Station
*You can see Ueno Park right beside the station already
*Explore the park, museums and Ueno Zoo
• 12:00PM: Off to Meiji Shrine
*Ride a train from Ueno Station to Harajuku Station
*From the station, walk at least 10 minutes to Meiji Shrine
*Explore the Park
*Lunch
• 2:00PM: Off to explore Harajuku District
*From the park, you may walk around Harajuku and explore the district
*You will enjoy seeing cosplayers here and get a glimpse of Tokyo’s pop culture
• 5:00PM: Off to explore Akihibara District
*Ride a train from Harajuku Station to Akihibara Station
*Walk around the Electronic Town as they call it.
*Visit Gundam Café or the fancy Maid Café
*Visit SEGA and play games at arcades.
*Dinner

Day 3:

• 6:00AM: Off to Tokyo Disneyland
*Get on a train to Maihama Station
*From Maihama Station, Tokyo Disneyland is walking distance.
• 8:00AM – Start of whole day Disneyland Adventure!

Day 4:

• 6:00AM: Off to Tokyo Disneysea
*Get on a train to Maihama Station
*From Maihama Station, just get on a ride in Disney Resort Monorail to Tokyo DisneySea Station.
• 8:00AM: Start of Disneysea Adventure!
• 04:00 PM – Travel back to your hostel
*Fix and get ready to leave Tokyo
05:30 PM – Travel to the airport
• 08:00 PM – Flight from Tokyo to Manila




If you want to have one full day in Disneysea and isn’t really a fan of urban exploration, you may switch days 2 and 4. Don’t forget to web check-in your flights to avoid inconvenience.

EXPENSES

3 Days Subway Ticket – ₱679

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4 Days 4g Wifi – ₱1,000

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Tokyo Skyliner Roundtrip (Narita Airport to Tokyo City to Narita Airport) – ₱2,058

Book with discounted rates at KLOOK HERE.klook-book-now-banner

Tokyo Disneyland Tickets – ₱3,360

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Tokyo DisneySea Tickets – ₱3,360

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3 Nights Accommodation (hostel) – ₱3,000
4 Days Food – ₱4,200 (350/meal)

TOTAL – ₱17,657

Optional: Robot Restaurant Ticket ₱2,500
Book with discounted rates at KLOOK HERE.klook-book-now-banner

Mt. Fuji is definitely a MUST VISIT if you have more time to spend in Tokyo. I actually plan on climbing soon. If you have longer days in Japan, you must visit other cities like Kyoto, Osaka, Nara and Nagoya. Every city has something unique to offer. I will be blogging about these cities next so don’t forget to BookMARK us!

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