## How much Japanese yen do I bring with me?

For local travel in Tokyo 1000 yen per day per person should be sufficient. NRT-Tokyo costs from 1000 yen to around 3000 yen depending on type of transport. Food: In my experience you can have reasonably healthy food (basically simple dishes like Japanese noodles, rice, donburi, etc) from around 2000 yen per day.

## Is 10000 Japanese Yen a lot?

You won’t really be splurging with this kind of spending money, but it’s not a shoestring budget either. In fact, it’s a quite adequate ballpark figure for an average tourist. Some day you might spend more, some day less, but as a rough estimate it’s an okay budget.

How many yen is \$100?

USD to JPY Table

USD JPY
\$10 = ¥1,102.43
\$20 = ¥2,204.86
\$50 = ¥5,512.15
\$100 = ¥11,024.30

### How much is \$10000 in yen?

Convert US Dollar to Japanese Yen

USD JPY
1,000 USD 109,602 JPY
5,000 USD 548,012 JPY
10,000 USD 1,096,020 JPY
50,000 USD 5,480,120 JPY

### Is 20000 yen a day enough?

Yes, 20,000 yen a day is enough to survive on if that’s just counting food, drink, transportation and payment for activities. Of course shopping (clothes, shoes, etc.) might require a little more.

Is 500000 yen a lot in Japan?

Yes, definitely. Even assuming this is including txa and that you need to pay for rent, bills, transportation and food / entertainment. 500,000 yen per month is higher than the average salary and rent and food should be cheaper than Tokyo.

#### What is a good salary in Japan?

If you are an office staff (with no heavy responsibilities and all), the average Japanese earns 150,000 to 180,000 yen. That is a fair amount of income if your company covers your rental and transportation expense. Minus taxes, insurances, and bills will give you a net of 109,000 to 130, 000 net income.

#### How much is a can of Coke in Japan?

Coke (Coca Cola 350 ml/can): 120 yen. Curry rice: 656 yen. Hamburger/fries: 350 yen. Instant Noodles: 108 yen.

What can I buy with 100 yen?

100 Yen Stores in Japan – Top 10 Items.

• Sensu – Traditional Japanese Fans.
• Tenugui -Japanese Towels.
• Ninja-Themed Goods.
• Kawaii Character Items – Hello Kitty, Rilakkuma, and other Japanese Designs.
• 100-Yen Store Cosmetics.
• Tableware – Chopsticks, Sake Bottles and Cups, Rice Bowls.
• Stationery and Office Supplies.
• ## Is 1 million yen a lot in Japan?

Short Answer: No. 100,000 Yen is around 1000 USD per month. It would be hard to survive in any metropolitan area in any First World Country for a month with that and Japan is almost all metropolitan especially the prices.