[JAPAN TIPS] Travel Itinerary 2 Weeks Backpacking Japan Guide

Travel Itinerary Backpacking Guide for two weeks in Japan, which cover Osaka, Kyoto, Tokyo and Yokohama

Hi everyone, I just came back from Japan this afternoon. I want to share our Travel Itinerary Backpacking for two weeks in Japan, which cover Osaka, Kyoto, Tokyo and Yokohama before I forget everything because tomorrow I’ll be going back to work a.k.a back to reality and all the routines, Hahaha… You know what? I always thought that it’s so expensive to travel to Japan. But when I was there, it turns out the cost of food is not as expensive as what I thought. I found lots of delicious and affordable places to eat. Of course, we can do it because we’ve made a COMPLETE RESEARCH through the Internet before going there. Not only transportation, but also the accommodation, the attractions and places to eat. I got lots of good references from another blogger in Japan, and from some other travelers who had been to Japan.

Our Tea Time inside our Ryokan in Japan - by Myfunfoodiary

I will also share with you many easy tips on buying a train ticket, riding a bicycle around Kyoto, easy way to buy food or drinks in vending machines, budget traveling around Japan and many other things. Here I will write a quick summary of many places, restaurants, and street food that we have visited from this #myfunfoodiaryjapan and #happytravelistajapan trip, so you can easily click on the link below to read more about it. In the meantime, I’m just going to share the big picture from our Japan trip, and the review of each place will available later. Happy reading, friends! 🙂

FIRST PREPARATION ON BACKPACKING TO JAPAN:  <— Click Here to Read More!

  1. Find the cheapest airfares from any budget airlines, could be a year before the date of departure.
  2. Make a departure visa at the embassy of Japan.
  3. Make a complete itinerary for the first day until the last day in Japan.

Pocket WIFI rent from HIS Travel by Myfunfoodiary

TRAVEL JAPAN TIPS: <— Click Here to Read More!

  1. Should I buy a Sim Card when in Japan, or Rent a Mobile WIFI? If you want to save money, it’s okay not to rent a WIFI. As long as you prepared your itinerary wisely and you can save the map earlier before you leave your hotel. Use the Hotel WIFI to save Bus/Train Route, location map, etc. That’s exactly what we did on our FIRST Japan trip last year 2014. OR… You can rent a mobile WIFI just like we did on our SECOND trip to Japan this July 2015. We rent a mobile WIFI (also known as MIFI) from Jakarta for only Rp. 730.000,– we got 7 GB Internet Data for 2 weeks in Japan, it’s more than enough and it was pretty cheap!! So, if you’re looking to rent a PORTABLE WIFI device for use within Japan, just rent from Jakarta. Just go to HIS TRAVEL Office at AEON Mall (BSD – Serpong, phone number: 021. 29168351) or MidPlaza 1 at Sudirman (Jakarta, phone number: 021. 57952059)
  2. Traveling with a bicycle in Kyoto, Japan <— Click Here to Read More!
  3. How to get FREE Admission to some attractions in OSAKA? <— Click Here to Read More!
  4. Save more cost for Transportation while hopping around from one place to another in Japan using OSAKA Amazing Pass, SUICA or PASMO Card, Willer Express Bus, and TOEI One-Day Economy Pass <— Click Here to Read More!
  5. Save more cost when buying mineral water or Drinks in Japan
  6. How to use the Vending Machine in Japan to buy food and drink?

Our Flight to Japan by Myfunfoodiary

EXPENSES LIST:

  • Accomodation
  1. OSAKA => Hotel Toyo, Dobutsuen-mae station (Rp. 428.775,– or equal to USD37.21 per night)
    • 2 Nights = Rp. 857.550,-
  2. KYOTO => Kanko Ryokan Hotel Omiya, Kyoto station (Rp. 1.218.410,– or equal to USD 105.62 per night)
    • 1 Night = Rp. 1.218.410,-
  3. TOKYO => Business Hotel Kuramae, Kuramae station (Rp. 660.000,– or equal to USD58 per night)
    • 7 Nights = Rp. 4.615.431,-

Accomodation per person = Rp. 3.345.695,-

  • Flight
  1. Jakarta-Osaka: Rp. 4.512.000,– for 2 pax
  2. Osaka-Jakarta: Rp. 9.412.747,– for 2 pax

Flight per person Jakarta-Osaka-Jakarta = Rp. 6.962.393,-

  • Transportations
  1. OSAKA (day 1-3)
    • 2-Days Osaka Amazing Pass = ¥3000 per person
    • Regular Train from Dobutsunmae to Shin Osaka Station = ¥280 per person
    • JR Rapid Tickets from Shin Osaka Station to Kyoto = ¥560 per person
    • Regular Train from Umeda Sky Building to Namba = ¥240 per person
    • Coin Locker at Namba Nankai Station = ¥700 per locker
    • Regular Train from Namba to Kansai Airport = ¥920 per person
  2. KYOTO (day 4-5)
  3. TOKYO
    • Regular Ticket from Takaracho Station to Kuramae Station = ¥180 per person
    • Pasmo or Suica Card = ¥2000 per person
    • Reload Pasmo or Suica Card = ¥2000 x 2 = ¥4000 per person
    • Toei One Day Pass = ¥700 per person (day 11)
    • Toei One Day Pass = ¥500 per person (day 12)

Transportation per person = ¥24.460 (with a conversion rate 1¥ = RP. 115.50 at that time, equals to Rp. 2.825.130,-)

  • Meals
  1. OSAKA
    • Honke Kamadoya = ¥570 (1 meal)
    • Don Don Tei = ¥720 (1 meal)
    • Takoyaki 8 pcs at Konamon Museum, Dotonbori = ¥550
    • Dragon Ramen at Dotonbori = ¥600 (1 meal)
    • Katsu Dinner at Hankyu Sanban Gai Shopping Mall = ¥1.290 (2 meals)
    • Tsuruhashi Fugetsu, Dotonbori = ¥1.310 (1 meal)
    • Bento Set at Shin Osaka Station, next to Estacion Cafe = ¥420 (1 meal)
    • Daikan Sushi, Dotonbori = ¥1.080
    • Daimaru Kushikatsu, Dotonbori = ¥1.296
    • Coffee Break Time at Captain Terry Coffee Stadium = ¥1.010 (coffee + 1 meal)
  2. KYOTO
    • Shichifukujin Ramen = ¥1.600 (2 meals)
    • Starbucks Iced Cafe Latte at Ponto-Cho Alley = ¥388
    • Beef Bowl Restaurant nearby to Ponto-Cho Alley = ¥780 (2 meals)
    • Matcha Ice Cream at Fushimi Inari-Taisha = ¥360
    • Takoyaki 8pcs at Fushimi Inari-Taisha = ¥360
    • Lunch at Kiyomizu Dera = ¥1.550 (2 meals)
    • KYK Tonkatsu Restaurant =¥2.040 (2 meals)
  3. TOKYO
    • BLT Sandwich at Lawson = ¥288
    • Japanese Ocha at Lawson = ¥129
    • Lunch day 5 at Tokyo Food Bar = ¥670 (1 meal)
    • Peach Dorayaki ¥162 + Tart Pie ¥129 at Akihabara with tax = ¥291
    • French Fries Large at Mc Donald’s Akihabara = ¥159
    • Delicious Fancy Bread = ¥335
    • Dinner at Toriton Sushi, Solamachi Dining = ¥2.170
    • Potato Croquette at the Supermarket = ¥150
    • Lunch day 6 at Sukiya Gyudon 24 Hours Restaurant = ¥1.317 (2 meals)
    • Minnie Mouse Ice Cream at Tokyo Disneyland = ¥310
    • Dinner at Sukiya Gyudon 24 Hours Restaurant = ¥1.026 (2 meals)
    • Brunch day 7 with Soba Set at Shin Kiba Station = ¥670 (1 meal)
    • Egg Sandwich ¥257 + Salmon Onigiri ¥163 with tax = ¥420
    • Lunch with Special Summer Menu in Tokyo Disneysea = ¥1.490 (1 meal)
    • Popcorn in Tokyo Disneysea = ¥310
    • Late dinner at Sukiya Gyudon 24 Hours Restaurant = ¥1.090 (2 meals)
    • Big Mineral Water (1 litre) ¥108 + Roll Cake ¥100 + Cheese Cake ¥108 at Daily Yamazaki Market with tax = ¥316
    • Lunch day 8 at Osuri Restaurant = ¥2.257 (2 meals)
    • Tea Time at Aoyama Flower Market Tea House = ¥1.728 (dessert and drink)
    • Dinner at Rose Tei Restaurant, Takashimaya Shinjuku = ¥2.484 (2 meals)
    • Brunch day 9 at Hakosoba Restaurant at Noborito Station = ¥620 (1 meal)
    • Another Late Lunch at Fujiko F Fujio Museum Cafe = ¥1.800 (main course + coffee)
    • Pork Bone Soup at Ramen Museum = ¥930 (1 meal)
    • Dinner at Chikara Meshi Restaurant = ¥690 (1 meal)
    • Lunch day 10 at Hyoki Restaurant = ¥2.000 (2 meals)
    • Dinner at Premium Sushi Train KAIO Sushi, Diver City = ¥1.026
    • Late Dinner at Sukiya Gyudon 24 Hours Restaurant = ¥
    • Lunch day 11 at Solare Restaurant, Shinjuku = ¥1.440 (2 meals)
    • Late Dinner at Sukiya Gyudon 24 Hours Restaurant = ¥583 (1 meal)
    • Dessert day 12 Matcha at Santa Monica Crepes, Shinjuku = ¥580
    • Lunch day 12 at Omohara Station Cafe, Tokyu Plaza, Shinjuku = ¥1.782 (2 meals)
    • Dinner at Seiya Ramen, Shinjuku = ¥1.100 (2 meals)

Meals per person = ¥23.042 (with a conversion rate 1¥ = RP. 115.50 at that time, equals to Rp. 2.661.400,-)

  • Attractions
  1. OSAKA (day 1-3)
    • Kaiyukan Aquarium ¥2300 per person. I can get ¥100 discount on one Adult ticket because I have the Osaka Amazing Pass. So, I pay ¥2200 per person.
    • Tempozan Giant Ferris Wheel => Regular Fee is ¥800 per person, but using the Osaka Amazing Pass, it’s FREE!!
    • Santa Maria Cruise Ship => Regular Fee is ¥1600 per person, but using the Osaka Amazing Pass, it’s FREE!
    • Umeda Sky Building + Floating Garden Observatory => Regular Fee is ¥700 per person, but using the Osaka Amazing Pass, it’s FREE!
    • HEP Five Ferris Wheel => Regular Fee is ¥500 per person, but using the Osaka Amazing Pass, it’s FREE! 
    • Osaka Castle => Regular Fee is ¥600 per person, but using the Osaka Amazing Pass, it’s FREE!
  2. KYOTO (day 4-5) 
    • Kinkakuji Temple = ¥400 per person
    • Fushimi Inari-Taisha = FREE
    • Kiyomizu-dera Temple = ¥300 per person
    • Arashiyama Bamboo Grove = ¥550 per person, but we came late, so we pay nothing and took pictures around the bamboo grove.
  3. TOKYO
    • Fujiko F Fujio Museum = ¥1000 per person
    • Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo Disneysea in one package = ¥22.000 per person
    • Ramen Museum at Shin-Yokohama = ¥310 per person
    • Honda Asimo = FREE
    • The Gigantic Gundam at Diver City, Odaiba = FREE  (just to take pictures outside the museum)

Attractions per person = ¥26.210 (with a conversion rate 1¥ = RP. 115.50 at that time, equals to Rp. 3.027.255,-)

TOTAL EXPENSES per PERSON = Rp. 18.821.873,-

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MUST VISIT Places – Tourist Attractions in:

  1. OSAKA
    • OSAKA Kaiyukan Aquarium









    • Santa Maria Cruise Ship

    • Tempozan Giant Ferris Wheel

    • Floating Garden Observatory at Umeda Sky Building


    • HEP Five Ferris Wheel

    • OSAKA Castle
    • Dotonbori

  2. KYOTO

  3. TOKYO
    • Akihabara
    • SEGA Building
    • Tokyo Disneyland

    • Minato Mirai
    • Honda Asimo

    • Gundam Front
    • Harajuku
    • Hanabi Festival at Shinozaki area

  4. YOKOHAMA
    • Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum

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CULINARY – Where and What to EAT in:

I don’t know why, but a LOT of restaurants in Japan offer amazing Lunch Set with a very affordable price compare to Dinner Set. I’ve tried some of them, for example, when I ate at Hyoki Shabu-Shabu Restaurant in Nishiazabu, Roppongi Area, Tokyo and at Osuri Korean Fusion Restaurant in Tokyo, Japan. I will share more about these two restaurants later on! Meanwhile, you can click on other restaurants that I’ve finished writing below.

  1. OSAKA

    • Tonkatsu Hankyu Sanban Gai
    • Tsuruhashi Fugetsu at Dotonbori
    • Daikan Sushi at Dotonbori

    • Daruma Kushikatsu at Dotonbori
    • Captain Terry Coffee Stadium at Sennichie-mae
  2. KYOTO
    • Shichifukujin Ramen
    • Kamogawa – Ponto-cho Alley
    • KYK Tonkatsu at Porta Dining
  3. TOKYO

    • Sukiya 24 Hours Restaurant
    • Osuri Restaurant; Korean Fusion
    • Aoyama Flower Market Tea House
    • Rose Tei Restaurant
    • Hakosoba at Noborito Station
    • Chikara Meshi Restaurant
    • Hyoki Restaurant
    • Premium Sushi Train KAIO Sushi     <— Click Here to Read More!

    • Cafe Solare
    • Santa Monica Crepes
    • Omohara Station Cafe
    • Ramen Seiya
  4. YOKOHAMA
    • Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum

I think that’s all for now. It’s time for me to sleep, because I gotta wake up early for work again tomorrow. Hooaaam! Good night, funfoodiers! Stay tune for more upcoming post related to my Japan trip, soon!

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Author: myfunfoodiary

Myfunfoodiary as Indonesian Food and Travel Blog was born in July 2012 and has become one of the valuable online source for locals, tourists, food enthusiasts and industry professionals. It is a Jakarta based Food and Travel Blog managed by Mullie Marlina, a young, lovely, cheerful and blessed wife who loves to share her culinary and travel experiences through her writing. You’ll find her honest reviews, valuable suggestions, objective ratings and recommendation of eateries in Jakarta and selected cities in Indonesia and abroad. Her curated restaurant reviews are based on her meticulous inquiries and her rich dining experience in various restaurants in Jakarta. She has also traveled to different cities and countries where she finds interesting and inspiring dishes, cuisines and excellent dining ambience which she also included in the list. From recommendations, restaurant experiences, events, travel destinations, and recipes, readers will find anything food related in this website. She would really appreciate your feedback, and would love to hear about any suggestions, events regarding food, or just to drop in to say “Hi”. Again, thank you so much for dropping by, and she hopes you enjoy reading her journal. Thank you so much for all your supports! God bless you! ^_^

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33 Comments

  1. Keren abis ini postnya!

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  2. Hi!
    My wife and I are planning a backpack trip to Japan for 2 weeks. Can you please tell me what is the grand total per person you have spent on your trip? Please list the total in Yen or in USD including flights, foods, accommodations, transportation, attractions etc. We wanted to visit Hokkaido too but not sure if there is enough time cause it is far away from other major cities. Can you let me know how many days you stayed in each locations?
    Thank you very much!
    Mark

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    • Hi Mark, Thank you for stopping by to our web.
      Before you make a question in this post, have you read all the content in this post? Because all of our Japan travel expenses, including flights, foods, accommodation, etc. which you asked, already written entirely in this post. If you have read in the Accommodation section of this post, the answer is also there. You will find that we’ve stayed in Osaka for 3D2N, Kyoto 2D1N, and Tokyo for 8D7N. Including the average cost per person in total. 🙂

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  3. Hi Boleh tanya, kenapa di tokyo nya sampai 8 hari?

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    • Hallo Arie, terima kasih sudah mampir di blog kami.. Kami sengaja memilih Tokyo 8 hari karena ibukota besar di sana dan bnyk yang bisa dieksplorasi tempat makan2nya.. 🙂

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  4. hai,,,lengkap sekali info nya

    boleh tanya gak di hotel kalian menginap apa ada fasilitas laundry nya maksud saya bisa cuci baju pakai koin gitu,thank you

    windarti

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    • Hallo Windarti, thanks for dropping by.. Aku gak perhatiin di tiap hotel tapi beberapa ada yg sediain.. 🙂

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  5. aakk.. informatif sekali..
    btw, kalau mau sepedahan di kyoto bawa toddler bisa ga ya?
    do you notice any child seat rental?
    thank you 🙂

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    • Hallo.. Thank you for the kind words.. 🙂 hmm, mgkn bisa, tapi aku gak inget dia nyediain sepeda yang bisa buat bawa baby ga..
      mayoritas isi gudangnya sepeda dewasa seperti yang kita pakai..
      Tapi gak ada salahnya, cb aja kamu email ke mereka tanyakan kebutuhan kamu dgn sepeda child seat tsb.. 🙂

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  6. Halooo..
    Saya lg bingung mau beli JR pass untuk ke jepang apa engga,karena emang mahal banget..hiksss
    Rencananya sy mau ke tokyo,osaka dan kyoto..Kalau tidak pakai JR Pass..dari tokyo ke kyoto,lalu kyoot-osaka nya naik apa dan berapa harganya?

    Thanks a lot 🙂

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    • Hai Jessica, same thing happened with us! Kita juga menghindari JR Pass karena mahaaaaaal banget..
      That’s why wktu pindah kota, kita naiknya Willer Express Night Bus, and some of my friends yang hemat budget pada ikutan cara ini wktu mereka ke Jepang kemarin..
      Duit transportnya dihemat buat main dan jajan sana sini hihi..
      Lengkapnya, coba Jessica baca tips nya disini http://bit.ly/willerexpress dan lihat video seperti apa Willer Express Bus itu di sini ya https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXjK5SuOc44
      Naik yang bus malam aja jadi langsung tidur di bus, besok pagi tau2 uda pindah kota.. 🙂
      Semoga info ini membantu 🙂

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  7. Thank you for the great write up. Many helpful tips. Appreciate your effort in sharing. Thank you so much.

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    • Hi Wiz, thanks so much for dropping by to our website. We’re glad to share our experience and to help other people too, especially for those who really want to visit Japan, just like us 🙂
      I hope you enjoy your trip to Japan 🙂

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  8. Hi!
    its really nice to read your website ^^

    i just want to know, if its possible to take flight from kuala lumpur to osaka then leave from tokyo to kuala lumpur?
    how to get the transportation from osaka to tokyo?

    Thank you so much! 🙂

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    • Dear Quinn, thank you for the kind words.
      Yes of course, Kuala Lumpur to Osaka.. That’s not a problem at all, and that was exactly what we did.
      For transportation from Osaka to Tokyo, you can read from the following link: http://bit.ly/willerexpress 🙂
      Hope you enjoy your vacation! 🙂

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  9. very detailed itinerary. love it!

    For 7 days in tokyo and spending only 23,000 yen for meal per person?

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    • Thank you Jav for dropping by.. 🙂
      Yes, that’s right.. we spent only 23.000 yen for meals per person.. 🙂

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  10. Nice info dear, congrats for Japan trip looks like both of you enjoy it so much
    question: is there any cheaper hotel or hostel there?

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    • Dear Satrio, hellow… I apologize for my late reply. Yeah, sure.. You can try to book a cheap hotel or hostel from many online sources, and I’d like you to check the one we’ve stayed in last year.
      OSAKA => Hotel Toyo, Dobutsuen-mae station (Rp. 428.775,- or equal to USD37.21 per night)
      2 Nights = Rp. 857.550,-
      KYOTO => Kanko Ryokan Hotel Omiya, Kyoto station (Rp. 1.218.410,- or equal to USD 105.62 per night)
      1 Night = Rp. 1.218.410,-
      TOKYO => Business Hotel Kuramae, Kuramae station (Rp. 660.000,- or equal to USD58 per night)
      7 Nights = Rp. 4.615.431,-

      This year, just last August 2015 we’ve stayed in the Chiyoda Eki Guest House, in Iwamotocho (walking distance to Akihabara MRT Station). Click here to book online http://www.agoda.com/chiyoda-eki-guest-house/hotel/tokyo-jp.html?cklg=1 🙂

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  11. Hi MyFunfoodiary,

    Can Osaka Amazing pass use for JR Line besides subway line or we have to pay again ?

    Thank you 🙂

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    • Dear Titis, cannot.. Osaka Amazing Pass only valid for free entry to all the facilities/attractions that’s included in the package, and can be use only for Osaka subway… 🙂

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  12. Hi Mullie,

    Pengen nanya waktu summer, panas di kyoto spt jakarta gak atau msh windy..

    Thx, Tom. Infonya berguna skli 🙂

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    • Hallo Tom, panasnya itu sama teriknya dengan di Jakarta. Kalau sudah terbiasa di sini, should be okay.. Sometimes ada windy, bahkan sempat hujan waktu aku pergi summer tahun lalu…
      It’s just unpredictable, tapi kamu bisa pantau dengan apps weather di handphone 🙂

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      • Mullie, kiong hi fatt choy ya.. Salam juga buat Pao-2, so proud of you two.. Keren artikel dan videonya.

        Mullie, kalo 2 dewasa, 2 kids, enaknya tinggal di mana ya? Saya agak bingung kapan hotel itu charge per orang atau per room. Soalnya biasa di web kan ‘aturan resmi’.

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        • Hallo Tom, thank you… 🙂 Gong Xi Fa Chai juga ya.. Coba kontak ke penginapan di Jepang yang dekat dgn stasiun, http://www.agoda.com/chiyoda-eki-guest-house/hotel/tokyo-jp.html?cklg=1 di sana tahun lalu, kita dapat tinggal 1 kamar yang tidurnya pakai tatami saja bisa buat ber4 itu (bukan ranjang susun). Tapi teman Jepang yang aku kenal, sekarang sudah tidak bekerja di sana lagi. Mungkin kamu bisa coba, email dulu ke sini: info@kyokko.net lalu jelaskan kebutuhannya, berapa biaya untuk tinggal di sana bila 2 dewasa dan 2 anak saja.. Bilang saja dapat rekomendasi dari Mullie, Ryoji’s friend who was staying there for around 5 days last year. Lokasi ini di daerah Akihabara, atau di Tokyo, bisa coba Kuramae, itu hotel, jadi charge-nya per room. Not too big, yet not too small.. 🙂

          OSAKA => Hotel Toyo, Dobutsuen-mae station (Rp. 428.775,- or equal to USD37.21 per night)
          2 Nights = Rp. 857.550,-
          KYOTO => Kanko Ryokan Hotel Omiya, Kyoto station (Rp. 1.218.410,- or equal to USD 105.62 per night)
          1 Night = Rp. 1.218.410,-
          TOKYO => Business Hotel Kuramae, Kuramae station (Rp. 660.000,- or equal to USD58 per night)
          7 Nights = Rp. 4.615.431,-

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  13. Hello!! I just found your blog by chance and I think it has wonderful and thorough explanation about backpacking around Japan. Love to read them all!!

    since I’m going to Japan this July 2016 (Lebaran holiday), I definitely need your advice in several matter. I’m planning to spend 1 night in Osaka, 3 nights in Kyoto, and 8 nights in Tokyo. I’ll be travelling with my wife from Surabaya (transit in Kuala Lumpur). There are several things I want to ask if you don’t mind.

    1. I’m considering a guided tour by local Japanese agents, departing from Shinjuku Tokyo. It cost around 10,000 yen per person for 12 hours activities and transportation. I realized you guys didn’t visit Mt. Fuji. Is it because it’s not worth the money? or is it because summer is not the best time to visit it? Or is it difficult to explore Mt.Fuji without joining tour?
    2. I heard about the 3 days Tokyo metro and Toei Line pass (cost around 1,500 yen per person). Have you utilize this during your travel in tokyo? If yes, where can I get it?
    3. Definitely going to both Disneyland parks in tokyo, but still wondering if Osaka Universal Studio is still worth a visit (I’m not a big fan of Harry Potter).
    4. Have you tried voluntary guided tour by local Japanese during your stay? If yes, how was the experience?
    5. And lastly, did you guys find lockers in train station easily? Some of my itineraries will require me to bring along bulky suitcase before able to do hotel check in. especially when taking overnight willer express from Kyoto straight to Tokyo Disneyland.

    I apologize if I asked a lot of question.

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  14. Hai..

    Saya mau tanya, itinerary lengkap di tokyo kemana aja? Blom di post di blog ini ya?

    Thanks.

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  15. Super lengkap nii itenerary nya, jadi terinspirasi ni jalan-jalan lagi ke Jepang… ada tempat asik di fish market dan tujuan jalan-jalan yang unik disney sea..

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