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“Japan’s accommodation is too expensive!” To be honest, this is the most common reaction I’ll get when I tell people I enjoy traveling to Japan. Is it true? Not really, to be honest, I find transportation around far more expensive than accommodation itself.If you are on a budget, but not quite willing to stay at run down dodgy places, this blogpost might be of use to you. I personally found these 2 accommodation extremely value for money(around RM100 or USD 35) as they were clean, comfortable for a night’s rest.
Small Trees def one of my fav guest house I’ve stayed in! The place is clean and tidy and the staffs there are freaking friendly and awesome! They also have Wednesdays parties, which is a great way to meet different people, and is the reason to how I met the much lovely Luci, Sam and plenty of other peeps throughout my stay. You can find them on either airbnb or their facebook page
Then it’s to the award winning hostel in Kyoto. This piece hostel was a bit of a different feel to Small Trees guesthouse. The guesthouse at Small Tress made you feel like you could just meet new friends whereas piece hostel gave you more of a “me time” The facilities are great, and for the price(around 3300yen per night) I thought it’s quite a bargain place to stay in Kyoto
这个旅馆我也极力推荐，毕竟他们家也得过一些设计奖的。住起来比较像住酒店的感觉，可是设备啊，床位都是很舒服的，价钱也很亲民（3300 yen 一晚）网络也蛮快的，所以来京都绝对可以考虑这个地方
If there’s a highlight of my trip, it’d be my meal at Fujiya 1935. It’s my first 3 star Michelin restaurant experience and their lunch course was only priced around 8000yen after taxes and such. It was delish and service was superb! You def need a reservation otherwise it’d be quite difficult to get a spot.
A waiting room for your table ma’am?
And that is it for my Japan blogpost! Finally done so I can now move on to more exciting post coming ahead!