Japan has a reputation for being expensive but its also a place where you can buy a variety of quality goods at a reasonable price. All you need is 1000 yen, and youre set. Theres a whole lot that you can buy with 1000 yen. Use your final yen to pick up affordable goods that you can only buy in Japan.
Is 5000 yen a lot in Japan?
¥5000 is only $45.68. Its really not a lot if you are going to be out all day touring. Its fine for day to day expense of lunch and dinner if you eat combini and ramen.
Is 1500 yen a lot?
1,500 yen is an extremely small amount for dating and socializing. In Tokyo, even a cheap meal like a beef bowl will run you close to 500 yen, as will a cup of coffee in a reasonably nice cafe.
Is 20000 yen a day enough?
Yes, 20,000 yen a day is enough to survive on if thats just counting food, drink, transportation and payment for activities. Of course shopping (clothes, shoes, etc.) might require a little more.
Is 10000 yen a lot in Japan?
2. Re: 10,000 Yen or 100 USD enough for daily spending money? You wont really be splurging with this kind of spending money, but its not a shoestring budget either. In fact, its a quite adequate ballpark figure for an average tourist.
Do people in Tokyo speak English?
Tokyo is definitely the place where English in Japan is most ubiquitous. In addition to bilingual signage in the Tokyo Metro, JR Lines and in popular areas like Asakusa and Shinjuku, a large percentage of people in Tokyo speak some English, even those who dont work in foreigner-facing professions.
Can I wear shorts in Japan?
As I mentioned in the intro, you should be fine wearing shorts as you walk around Tokyo. This goes for both men and women. Speaking of womens dress code, theres pretty much no limit on shorts length. For the most part, though, Japanese people tend to dress warmer than what the weather calls for.