What Can 100 AUD Buy In Japan

What Can I Buy With 100 AUD In Japan?

100 AUD in Japan

When it comes to spending 100 AUD in Japan, there are a variety of options available. You can buy various items, services – and even travel packages! Of course, the cost of these things varies depending on what you choose, but here is a general idea of what you could purchase. For reference, 100 AUD is currently around 9,375 JYP.

On average, tourists spend anywhere from 12,000 to 15,000 Japanese yen per day, which comes to roughly 130 to 160 Australian Dollars. This might get you some everyday items like food or clothes, or something more specific like a new electronic device, on top of typical tourist attractions and activities. If you’re looking for something more experiential, you could spend your money on a traditional Japanese tea ceremony (around AUD 40 without an included kimono) or a Japanese cooking class (around AUD 55).

Alternatively, if you’re looking to purchase a service rather than an experience, you could get a haircut for $55-65 AUD – or a full-body massage for around $70-80 AUD. Or, if you’re after something more long-term, you could invest in some Japanese language lessons which would cost around AUD 20 to 70 an hour.

If you are looking to get around Japan on a budget, there are plenty of options available as well. For example, you could buy a round trip ticket from Tokyo to Osaka for around AUD 144. This trip would be around $150 if you decided to take a Nozomi train or also $144 on the Kodama train.

Tourist service prices in Japan

Tourist services prices in Japan

If you’re looking to save money on your next holiday, Japan is a great place to visit. Depending on how you play your cards, you can end up both saving money and immersing yourself in Japan’s rich culture. However, it’s important to be aware of how much things cost in Japan before you go. Prices for tourist services can vary significantly depending on where you are in the country. In general, Tokyo is more expensive than other areas, while rural destinations tend to be cheaper.

Here’s a breakdown of some common tourist services and how much they would cost in AUD. In terms of accommodation, a basic hotel room in Tokyo can be priced anywhere between $20 per night in a dormitory to up to $533 per night in a first-class hotel. The price greatly varies depending on a number of factors, such as where you want to stay, for how long, how many people, and so on. In rural areas, you can find rooms for as little as AUD 50 per night. Alternatively, you can stay in ryokans (traditional Japanese inns), which are a popular accommodation option in Japan. Expect to pay around AUD 200-300 per night, depending on the level of luxury.

As for food, it can be quite cheap or quite expensive depending on where you source it from. Ramen noodles are a popular fast-food option in Japan and are usually around $7 to AUD 12. As you would expect, these can be a lot cheaper in rural areas but tend to be more expensive in city centres. A sushi dinner in a restaurant will vary in price quite a bit, ranging anywhere from as low as $20 to as high as AUD 100 depending on the restaurant you pick and the sushi you order.

Major tourist attractions worth visiting in Japan

Major Tourist attraction

Many tourist attractions in Japan are worth visiting, so we have created a list of some of the most popular ones and their prices in Australian Dollars (AUD).

The Tokyo Skytree is a towering structure and is the tallest building in Japan, offering stunning views of the city from its observation decks. A regular ticket to the main observation deck costs 900 yen, which is approximately AUD 10.

There is also Mount Fuji, Japan’s most iconic mountain that is a must-see for any visitor to the country. There are several ways to reach the summit, including by foot, cable car or bus. Prices vary depending on the method of transportation but expect to pay at least 1000 yen (AUD 10) per person as an admission fee. If you would like a private guided trip, this would be around 33,500 yen (AUD 357) on a weekday. The price may be higher if you plan to go on the weekend or during the holiday season.

You may also consider visiting the Hiroshima Peace Memorial. This moving memorial commemorates the victims of the atomic bomb that was dropped on Hiroshima during World War II. Admission is 200 yen for adults (AUD 2) and donations are also accepted.

As you can see, even though Japan is generally considered quite an expensive country, with some planning and shopping around you can make your 100 AUD go quite a long way in Japan.