Inside the Super Cheap Tokyo guide book:
Budget food - comprehensive listings of low-cost restaurants, take-outs, supermarkets, so you’ll never be lost for a cheap meal
Budget shopping - 100 yen ($1) shops, free sample hotspots, how and where to go tax-free shopping, all the best attraction discounts and freebies
Color maps for budget travelers, making it easy and stress-free to get around
Highlights and itineraries based on discount subway and train passes, so you can keep costs down while exploring all across the region
Tokyo’s hidden treasures - walking routes via historic neighborhoods to cut down on train fares, inexpensive side trips and free alternatives to busy, overpriced spots
Essential help for budget travelers - free tours, simple to understand directions, simplified transportation maps, translations for places that don’t have English support and basic Japanese phrases to help you get better prices on your trip
Cheap accommodation - the best and cheapest hostels, family-friendly hotels, capsule hotels, net cafes, overnight spas, campsites and more
Guides to central Tokyo and the Imperial Palace, Harajuku, Shibuya, Akihabara, Asakusa, the Skytree, Odaiba, Shinjuku, Shin-Okubo, Ueno, Mount Fuji, Kamakura, Yokohama, Nikko, Hakone, Mount Takao, Mount Mitake, as well as many other highlights and off-the-beaten-track spots nearby
Based on the top-selling Super Cheap Japan guidebook (ISBN 978-1-9998100-0-9), this book is perfect for backpackers, budget travelers, families on a tight budget, students and those who are new to Tokyo. You’ll have an amazing time, without blowing all your money away!
About the author
Matthew Baxter is a British travel author who has traveled to Japan on countless occasions. He has traveled all across the country, visiting all the prefectures on a tight budget. He has written professionally for popular websites and publications, such as GaijinPot, Japan National Tourist Association, Japan Visitor and All About Japan. His work has also been featured on BBC, NHK, A Geek in Japan and Zooming Japan.