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In addition to the answer by @nic, you can also use JR-EAST FREE Wi-Fi at some JR stations, and TOBU_Free_Wi-Fi at some Tobu line stations. This also requires you to register the service using email, for your information. The official documentation is the following: JR, available at Japanese, English, Korean, and Simplified and Traditional Chinese. Tobu, ...


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24h-open McDonalds is probably the cheapest of all; you can just purchase a few hamburgers (or even only a cup of coffee) and just stay there, or sleep on the chair. In fact if you enter McDonalds midnight on the city centre that is open 24h, you can find a few people, even as many as 10, who is over 40 years old, are just sleeping there. And the clerks ...


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While I don't know any Disneyland except those in Tokyo, I'm sure the answer depends highly on your preferences. However, just walking there, you can find that there are many, many adults, mostly early-20s and some 30s, who enjoy the Disneyland without children. In fact I can even assume that there are more adult friends groups than the family with ...


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There are quite a few options in Tokyo for the budget conscious traveller and some of these are seasonally effected (for both price and availability). じゃらん Site:English Site:Japanese The first place most Japanese people I know (as well as personally) check is a site / app called じゃらん. じゃらん shows all hotels with vacancies including low cost business ...


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I don't know if it is the cheapest, but the Sauna Century is only $18 a night, with free WiFi. Of course, your "room" will only be 1m x 1m x 2m, so the size of a generous coffin, but it's clean, safe, and cheap.



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