Travel in Japan in an Economical Manner


If you are looking for some exciting place to explore, Japan is certainly a good destination . Tourism in this country has reached a high as this country is filled with large number of tourist spots and beautiful sceneries.


There is certainly no doubt that traveling to Japan is a bit costly, but with the help of some tourist’ packages available, it can be made reasonable. Despite of high cost of living in Japan, a trip to Japan can be quite meaningful. Japan is quite famous for its excellent seafood. When ever one thinks about travel to Japan what comes in the mind is Mt. Fuji, sacred volcano which permeates with a living spirit, and sushi, which is a famous Japanese cuisine. Mt Fuji can be climbed from July 1 to August 31. But if one does not feel like climbing, the nearby Hakone National Park and its many natural hot springs are a perfect way to unwind. Hot baths in Japan are quite different from that of other countries. They rejuvenate and invigorate one’s spirit. A person can have wonderful experience in the hot springs of Japan, especially in the cities of Mei and Nagano.


There are 173 airports in Japan and people normally prefer to travel by air. Almost all major airlines and airports have flights to Japan. The countries own two foremost airlines, Japan Airlines (JAL) and All Nippon Airways (ANA), both serve a wide range of international destinations.


Japan’s most important international airport is Tokyo’s Narita Airport, followed by Osaka’s Kansai Airport and Nagoya’s Central Japan Airport. . The largest ports in Japan are Port of Yokohama and Nagoya Port.


Stay in Japan can also be made economical if a person stays in discount or budget hotels, which can be booked in advance through online reservation sites. This avoids any type of disturbance when one reaches the foreign land and thus, helps a person in enjoying the sightseeing and traveling around the country. A person can choose a cheap hotel for an economical stay, according his taste and requirements.


The best place to visit in Japan is Shinjuku .It is a massive, crowded skyscraper district within Tokyo. Built beginning in the ’70s, Shinjuku keeps adding new and bigger towers, and its commuter rail station is the busiest one, with nearly 2 million passengers a day.


A trip to Japan can be best undertaken in the season of autumn and spring. It rains very heavily from June to August. Due to rainy season weather remain quite pleasant.