Singapore dollars? Yes. S$500 is about 37500 yen. Hotel 3000 Akihabara is 3000 yen per night. 3000*7 =21000. Meals daily could be under 1500 yen. (Yoshinoya for less than 500 yen and onigiri/sandwiches in convenient stores 120 yen. (Tap water is safe to drink in Japan). 1500*7 = 10500. Train tickets average 500 yen a day, less if you are willing to walk. 500*7 =3500. Total: 35000. You still have 2500 yen left to buy your Tokyo Banana souvenir for family and friends.
9 months agoAnswered by PopDQ via Travellr.com
Not really. Not if you want to enjoy it. The answer above only covers travelling in Tokyo, not Japan! Try Couchsurfing / Tatami Timeshare for accommodation options, or you can sleep in Internet Cafes or in overnight Karaoke booths as a cheaper option than hotels. (or if you're hard enough, then you can sleep on overnight 'sleeper' buses and trains, and spend the money on travel instead of accommodation!). Try Air B and B or Housetrip for accommodation too. I would recommend you explore one area of Japan, e.g. Tokyo 2 nights, Yokohama and on to Kamakura for 2 nights, Izu Hanto onsens down in Atami and Shimoda for 2 nights and then back to Tokyo to fly out. You'll get a taste for what most of Japan can offer and won't spend your whole time on the road. But to enjoy a week in Japan, I'd recommend more like Singapore $800 at least. It just depends on what you want to do. 5 days agoAnswered by Tobias via WorldNomads.com