(1,000 yen is about nine US dollars)

It’s about the price of two or three fancy coffee drinks.

The price doesn’t sound like a lot of money, but 1000 yen is enough to buy a week’s worth (5 meals) of food at the supermarket. That said, I don’t think that 1000 yen will buy you a week’s worth of groceries at most supermarkets.

1000 yen can buy an A5-size notebook, so it is not very much compared to the price of imported goods.

Also, even if foreigners think 1000 yen sounds like a lot of money, Japanese who have never used foreign currencies think that 10 US dollars are only 100 yen, so 1000 yen is like 100 dollars.

Suppose you think that it’s not very much considering that prices in Japan are higher than in other countries.

In that case, 500 yen is about 4 US dollars, and 600 yen is the same as 5 US dollars, so even though Japan has expensive food, it seems cheap compared with foreign currencies.

You can’t compare them directly like that, but you can buy a week’s worth of food for 1000 yen (9 US dollars).

YenDollars Conversion
500 Yen$4.4
1000 Yen$9
3000 Yen$26
5000 Yen$44
10000 Yen$88
100000 Yen$877

What can 1000 yen get you in Japan?

What can 1000 yen get you in Japan?

For most people who visit Japan, 1000 yen is either a lot or not enough. It all depends on your needs, but this article will explore some of the different uses for 1000 yen to give you an idea about what kind of things can be bought with that amount of money.

Why not try the 100 yen store?

You can find almost anything at these stores, from household items to toys.

You may have heard of the 100 yen store in America called the “Dollar Tree.” While they are somewhat similar, some differences might come as a surprise.

First off, not everything is 100 yen; sometimes, you need to buy multiple items to get something for 100 yen. For instance, you can get a bag of candy for 100 yen, but you have to buy at least 5 sacks to do so.

The other difference is that while some items are priced higher than 100 yen, they may not necessarily be more expensive than your local dollar store back home!

You can find all sorts of valuable things for a reasonable price, such as chopsticks, straws, napkins, spoons, plastic bags for garbage and storage, stationery supplies… the list goes on.

Speaking of stationery supplies, if you prefer to write or draw by hand rather than using your computer or tablet, then you may want an actual pen.

Surprisingly these can also be found for 100 yen but are usually limited to black ink. If you’re interested in learning more about Japanese culture and history, then the 100 yen store can be a great place to start.

There are figurines, board games, books…

The 100 yen store may not always be in your neighborhood, but they often travel around to different regions. If you’re living in an area that doesn’t have one nearby, then keep an eye out for their truck and pop in for a look!

Only in Japan can you find sushi that’s smaller than your finger, cute toys every time you turn the corner, and even curry that’s 100 yen!!

With all of these unique items available to you, there are no reasons not to get out there and start exploring.


What is considered a lot of money in Japan?

What is considered a lot of money in Japan?

Most people would think of 100,000 yen and up. But in fact, if we go to a place like Ginza, there are already shops that carry items over one million yen.

One hundred thousand yen is actually quite a large amount of money. A one hundred thousand yen is considered a large amount of money. It’s equivalent to about $900.

What can you get for 500 yen in Japan?

A 500 yen coin is a small amount of money ($4,4), so with that, you wouldn’t be able to buy anything significant.

But some things cost around 500 yen even in Japan.

For example, you can get a ticket for an onsen (hot spring) or pay the entrance fee at most museums and temples for about 500 yen.

What can you get for 3000 yen in Japan?

What can you get for 500 yen in Japan?

A 3,000 yen bill is a medium amount of money. ($26)

You can find many things for around 3,000 yen.

For example, you can go to an amusement park or movie theater for about that price. Some restaurants are around 3,000 yen, too.

If you want to buy groceries, the most you would pay is around 2,000 yen (Around $17). But there are some days when it goes down to 1,000-1,500 yen. ($9 to $13)

And if you’re looking for something unique, some shops sell special items at 3,000-5,000 yen ($26 to $44).

What can you get for 5000 yen in Japan?

A 5,000 yen bill is a medium amount of money. ($44)

If you have that much in your wallet, you can already go to some restaurants or order something nice when shopping with friends!

For example, you could get an all-you-can-eat buffet for about 2,000 yen ($17). And if you take it easy on your wallet, you can get a nice cup of coffee for only 300 yen! ($2.64)

What can you get for 10,000 yen in Japan?

A 10,000 yen bill is considered a large amount of money in Japan. ($88)

If you have that much, then you can buy most things with it.

For example, for 10,000 yen, you could get a nice pair of jeans or go to an amusement park for the day.

And if not that then you would be able to go to a fancy restaurant.

You can also do some shopping at clothes stores, furniture shops, electronics stores, and many more!

And if you want to buy something unique, then some shops sell those for about 10,000 yen.

But don’t forget that this is only the average price of things in Japan! And not everything will probably cost about 10,000 yen.


How much money do you need per day in Japan?

It depends on where and what you want to do.

However, 1000 yen is enough for most people’s daily expenses.

Therefore it can be said that 1000 yen is not a lot of money.

Let’s say one cup of coffee costs 400 yen at a fancy café and lunch at an izakaya (Japanese-style pub) costs around 100 yen.

You can buy herb tea at the 100 yen shop, rice balls at the convenience store and eat them for dinner.

(of course, you can also do this in your country, but it’s definitely possible with 1000 yen in Japan.)

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