Less Expensive Options for Accommodation in Japan are Gaining Popularity

Every year, the Land of the Rising Sun attracts hundreds of thousands of globetrotters and travel enthusiasts from different parts of the globe. These foreign tourists come to visit the country in order to go sightseeing in the country’s popular travel destinations, try out some of the most iconic Japanese dishes and cuisines and to personally experience its unique culture and tradition.


Aside from the aforementioned reasons, there are also a lot of factors why foreign tourists have included Japan in their bucket list of must visit countries. One of the most popular reason among foreign sojourners is to be able to try and check out the distinctive modes of transportation and accommodation in the country.


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Since Japan is one of the fastest growing travel destinations not only in Asia but also on a universal scale, the country has come up with various forms of accommodation that are both one of a kind and world class such as but not limited to themed hotels, bed and book cafes and capsule hostels that cater to the different needs and preferences of their clients.


With the influx of both local and foreign tourists, Japanese hostel owners are also preoccupied in coming up with distinctive ideas that will make them stand out from the rest. Recently, there is an increasing number of cheaper options for thrifty travelers to choose from. The country is getting more creative when it comes to their forms of accommodation. Airbnb has a huge potential in the country especially in the coming 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympic games.


Capsule hotels are also getting more and more popular among local and international travelers. Manga cafes, love hotels as well as minpaku or cheap guesthouses are also gaining tremendous popularity among those who are looking for cheaper options to stay in around Tokyo and other major cities in the country.


Reference: 5 reasons Japan is a budget traveler’s dream destination


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