You are stationed in Japan for the first time. You just got your government driver’s license, purchased a car at the lemon lot, filed all the proper paperwork and paid road taxes.
And now you’re revved up to drive off base and explore Japan.
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The Land of Rising Sun is home to many amazing tourist attractions. You may have been told to visit Kyoto and Nara, or an MWR tour may already have taken you on a trip to Mount Fuji. But here are some places I recommend that I think you'll enjoy.
Located throughout Japan, convenience stores sell virtually everything you need in daily life.
Undoubtedly you’ve seen the many stores, or maybe used one to pay your bills, receive an Amazon shipment or withdraw cash at an ATM.
YOKOSUKA NAVAL BASE, Japan – Staying overnight in Tokyo is not cheap. Even the most inexpensive hotels in Tokyo cost hundreds of dollars per night and both space and availability can be very limited. Fortunately the military offers two alternatives for those looking to stay in overnight in Tokyo on a budget.