For a trip to Japan, is the bulk of the cost going to be the flight?
- BenLv 51 month agoBest Answer
It will probably be the biggest single expense, assuming you are staying in a lower priced hotel.
- RICKLv 71 month ago
Depends on how long you stay
If over 10 days then the hotel bedcomes the greatest expense
- flemish_beautyLv 51 month ago
I am a Japanese.
I try to accumulate the cost based on the following assumptions.
0.Assumptions: from San Fransisco to Tokyo and Osaka, staying Japan for ten days.
1.flight-----1000 US dallars /person
2.hotel------100 US dallars /2 person *10 days =500 US dallars /person
3.meal and drink -------40 US dallars /person *10 days =400 US dallars /person
4.main transit ---shinkansen( fromTokyo to Osaka,round trip) 260 US dallars /person
5. the other transits---18 US dallars /person *10 days =180 US dallars /person
6. total------------------ 2340 US dallars /person.
You must pay more for any play tickets and souvenirs.
- Karen LLv 71 month ago
That depends where you're flying from and how long you stay, among other things.
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- Kid MohawkLv 41 month ago
Where are you visiting? As with any nation, your stay tends to be less expensive based on how far from a city you're willing to stay. If staying within city limits is a must, then you might consider a dirt cheap capsule style hotel. You won't have much in the way of space, but if all you need is a place to sleep and store your stuff, then they're perfect for the frugal visitor.
- Donnie PorkoLv 71 month ago
It’s either the flight or the hotel. Some hotel rooms can be upwards of a thousand a night.
- PearlLv 71 month ago
probably and maybe the hotel too