What’s to eat in Japan on a Budget

I have finally come to this post on what’s to eat in Japan. A list  budget food, to be precise, which any working class from Malaysia should not have problem with the expenses. 1. Kaiten Sushi Kaiten sushi is the conveyer belt sushi, not unlike our Sakae and Sushi King. For roughly around 100 yen […]

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Musashi Kaiten Sushi @ Kyoto Station

Musashi Sushi in Kyoto train station is affordable and serves good quality kaiten sushi

As warned, my blog will be overflowed with my witch hunt for kaiten sushi in Japan. Here’s our favourite, throughout the Japan trip – Musashi kaiten sushi in Kyoto Station. Unlike other sushi we had tried, Musashi caters mainly for working class judging from our observation during our 3 times visits, rather than student. It’s […]

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100 Yen Sushi in Kyoto

100 yen sushi in walking distance from Nijo station, Kyoto.

There’s plenty of cheap kaiten sushi in Japan and our discovery of affordable sushi didn’t just stop at Uobei Sushi. We continued to hunt down a few outlets that supply scrumptious sushi without hurting the pocket. One notable 100 yen sushi in Kyoto is Kura Sushi, a short distance from Nijo train station. Once you’re out […]

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Nakau, the cheap nice Japanese fast food chain

Nakau offers the best cheap food in Japan

Unlike Malaysia, fast food is not a synonym with McDonald in Japan but mostly associated with eatery chain serving simple traditional Japanese meal. We had the luck of trying most of the bigger brands like Yoshinoya, which unfortunately vanished from Malaysian market, Sukiya (which is the young gun in Malaysia) and to add to the […]

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Japan Trip Day 9 – Nara Day Trip

We fully utilised our JR Pass again and we started on our Nara day trip by taking the JR Nara line. Kyoto Station is not as busy as Tokyo Station, but it doesn’t make them less complicated. We soon learned that the easy way is to find out the track number from JR staffs and […]

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Japan Trip – Day 8 Arashiyama, Kyoto

It was the eighth day since our arrival in Japan and we can’t wait to leave Hiroshima. It’s not that Hiroshima has less to offer, but we can’t stay a single night in the Park Side hotel anymore. We were back on Shinkansen hopping again and the first Shinkansen we took for the day was […]

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