Have you always dreamed of traveling to cool places in Japan, but were afraid it would be too expensive and intimidating?
Japan like any other country, has its expensive side as well as inexpensive and affordable side. Once you get familiar with the structure, available facilities and options you’ll find out that Japan is a travel friendly country, and it is possible to keep the travel cost low too.
Visiting Tokyo? Don’t have much time but like to see a few of your favorite places? Or maybe you like to get a real feel of the old and new Tokyo! Well, a tour designer company can make a plan for you to cover all these, or help you to customize the tour plan to best fit your wishes.
This one day Tokyo tour can be customized as you like, meaning, not only Muslims but everyone can use the opportunity to book this tour.
With the maximum speed of 320 Km/h, being on a Shinkanse (bullet train -新幹線) feels like being on a plane that is hurtling down the runway right before take-off; it runs fast, but smoother and much less noise. The view outside the window looks like a video playing on fast-forward.
Riding Shinkansen is a bit of an experience in itself. For many visitors it is one of the ‘must do’ things on the list.
Hostels are one of the cheap accommodations popular among budget travelers. If you're looking for a cozy and social place to stay in Japan, that won't break the bank, then a hostel is likely your best choice.
Hostels usually have spacious common areas that allow guests to get to know one other, and actually for many hostelers, the opportunity to meet other travelers is part of the appeal.
Japan is one of the countries most affected by natural disasters, mainly due to it being in the Ring of Fire which is a major area in the basin of the Pacific Ocean where many earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur.
The country has gone through thousands of years of earthquakes, tsunamis, typhoons, floods and even volcanic eruptions, which in turn have affected its economy, development, and social life.