How to eat a $1 noodle lunch at Family mart eat in space!!

How to eat a 4 noodle at Family mart eat in space!!

Hi I’m Nobu, I like traveling overseas and in Japan, visited 26 countries!

I’m a National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter of English for 10 years.

For the people who are interested in and planning trip to Japan ,

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1 dollar =148.28 yen

1.02 dollars!

Today, September 23, 2023, the dollar-yen rate is 148.28 yen.

This is the lowest in several years that the yen has dropped compare to dollar.

Japan seems like a bargain for you doesn’t it?

In Japan, bullet trains and cabs are more expensive than in other countries, but meals are very inexpensive.

Let me tell you the cheapest way to have lunch in Japan.

Family mart

There are many convenience store chains in Japan, like Seven eleven , Lawson, Mini stop…

But you should find Familymart first!

Eat in space

Familymart has an eat-in space where you can eat your purchases by sitting down inside the store.

Some stores do not, so it is better to go in and check there is an eat in space.

Cup noodle

I chose my favorite Cup Noodle with Tempura Soba Noodle.

Because I feel good to eat with hot soup and noodle!

It was 139 yen, or 152 yen including tax.

Today’s dollar-yen exchange rate is 148.28 yen to the dollar, so it costs $1.02.

Hot water pot

There is always a hot water pot in the eat-in space, so you fill it with hot water and wait for 3 minutes.

Then, you eat it!

How is it?

I think this is one of the cheapest ways to eat food here in Japan.

If you want to save money, try it!

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