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The rise of the yen makes travel to Japan more expensive

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Probably travelers visiting Japan this season will have a very different experience from the one experienced by travelers who did it last year. The Japanese economy is in low hours and your currency is rising brushing highs that have not been seen for a long time.


Lately Japan has been a very popular destination in Spain and a few friends have told me the experience. Of course, the decline of the yen in recent years helped to choose Japan's destination for many vacations and it is possible that in the coming months - if the economic trend does not change - it will again become an almost prohibitive place for many.

However, even if the currency exchange is still affected, eating on the street is still cheap and modern and cheap hostels grow in their offer. With this, we can still go backpacking, eat noodles for four euros and sleep in cheap hostels. The problem comes if we look for a little more comfort and new experiences; Then our pocket is going to resent. You are notified.

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