Super Cheap Hokkaido

Super Cheap Hokkaido: The Ultimate Budget Travel Guide to Sapporo and the Hokkaido Prefecture

Super Cheap Hokkaido is the perfect companion for a budget holiday to Sapporo and the surrounding Hokkaido prefecture. A follow-up to the bestselling Super Cheap Japan guidebook, this book will show you exactly how, where and when you can save money on your trip. Spend next to nothing drinking local beer in Sapporo, relax in free hot springs, spend a cheap day’s hiking in the mountains or stuff yourself on inexpensive, yet super fresh sushi and sashimi; it’s all here in this amazing travel guide.

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Inside the Super Cheap Hokkaido travel guide:

  • Budget food – comprehensive listings of low-cost restaurants, take-outs, cheap roadside stations and supermarkets, so you’ll always be able to eat on the cheap
  • Budget shopping – 100 yen ($1) shops, how and where to go tax-free shopping, all the best attraction discounts and free sample hotspots
  • Color maps for budget travelers, making it easy and stress-free to get around
  • Highlights and itineraries for those with a rental car or people using discount train passes, so you can keep costs down while exploring all across Hokkaido
  • Essential help for budget travelers – free tours, simple to understand directions, simplified transportation maps and basic Japanese phrases to help you get better prices on your trip
  • Cheap accommodation – the best and cheapest hostels, family-friendly hotels, campsites, mountain lodges, capsule hotels and net cafes
  • Guides to Sapporo, Niseko, Furano, Otaru, Biei, Hakodate, Matsumae Castle, the Daisetsuzan National Park, Lake Mashu, Shiretoko National Park, Abashiri and much more

The Super Cheap Hokkaido travel book is perfect for backpackers, budget travelers, families on a tight budget, students and those who are new to Hokkaido. Explore this spectacular island while keeping your bank balance happy!

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