New Book From Super Cheap Japan Shows How Japan Can Be Visited On Next To No Money
Japan Has A Reputation As An Expensive Holiday Destination, But Finally There Is A Book To Show The Secrets To Budget Travel In The Land Of The Rising Sun
Many people are under the impression that Japan is too expensive for them. While the web is full of general hints and tips, there is no real travel book for budget travelers to Japan. This book was written to show exactly where, when and how to travel in Japan on a tight budget. With extensive tax-free shopping, crazily discounted train passes and an unbelievable exchange rate, there has never been a better time to visit. Go shopping for $4 clothes in Tokyo, enjoy a meal for a few bucks, or get a hotel room for under $10; all with this helpful guide.
Super Cheap Japan: Budget Travel in Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Nara, Hiroshima and Surrounding Areas is available as a 180 page perfect-bound, full-color paperback and in ebook form. It is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other well-known book retailers. More information and samples can be found at http://www.supercheapjapan.com/
About Super Cheap Japan
Founded in 2013, Super Cheap Japan is a popular budget travel blog and online guide. It focuses on getting the most out of this wonderful country, whether you are a backpacker, budget traveler, worker or student. Super Cheap Japan can be reached at http://www.supercheapjapan.com/
About Matthew Baxter
Originally from the UK, Matthew Baxter is a well-known author living in Tokyo, the heart of Japan. Having traveled across the country for several years, without much money, he has built up an extensive knowledge of budget travel in the Land of the Rising Sun. He now writes professionally for several websites and publications, such as the Japan National Tourist Association, Japan Visitor and All About Japan.
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