>only get 1 week of time of from work. >always wanted to go to Japan

>only get 1 week of time of from work
>always wanted to go to Japan
>half of the trip would be eaten up by travel/jet lag
is it worth it just to spend 3 nights there tops?

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  1. 6 months ago

    the clubs are open until 5am in Tokyo so there's plenty to do at any hour. You can have a lot of fun in 3 nights, the thing that doesn't make it worth it is the price to get there

  2. 6 months ago

    I arrived on thursday at like 10pm local time and i was already in sync the day after, just don't drink coffee (ever) and sleep only a couple hours in the plane
    but yeah, agreed with the above anon, i came here because i'm staying an entire month, wouldn't be worth it if you spent only a week.
    just accumulate your PTO, wagecuck.

  3. 6 months ago

    >quit job with notice, tell them you need some time off
    >travel to Japan
    >return to America
    >find new job, or hell, get rehired at the same job
    It's really that simple, anon. Don't be a cuck.

    • 6 months ago

      this OP
      the people you read about here traveling for months at a time are all doing things like this. if its important for you you will have to make sacrifices and uncomfortable decisions.

  4. 6 months ago

    travel domestic because 1 week for an international trip is ridiculous, you need at least 2 weeks man

    • 6 months ago

      I disagree depending on where you live. If you can score direct flights Europe is very doable from the US in a week. Japan is a stretch and would want to see OP live in Seattle/SanFran/LAX/Denver/Minneapolis to even consider it.

  5. 6 months ago

    Look at the flight ticket price.
    Look at the days you get to spend there.
    Divide the cost on the number of days.
    That's what you are spending per day.
    Now determine if that cost is worth it to you.
    It probably isn't.
    Wait for a more opportune moment.

  6. 6 months ago

    Being American must be grim.
    Surely you can take more than a week unpaid leave and just save up the money

  7. 6 months ago

    If that's your only opportunity then go for it. If you have a week off that means 9 days, you can spend 6 nights there easily and have 5 full days, it's enough to have a lot of experiences.

    Don't even try to fight jet lag, just go to sleep at your normal time even if that means 5pm Japan time or 6am.
    This way you don't have to fix it again when returning home.

  8. 6 months ago

    I did 9 nights in China, coming from the UK so it was travelling east and I was hit by heavy jet lag for the first 3-4 days, awful fatigue that left me basically passed out on busses and the underground, in contrast when going back I had almost no issues

    contrast to going west to the US, which is usually fine but going home hits like a truck

    I guess just leave the weekend to recover

  9. 6 months ago

    I did a 9 night trip to Japan from the UK. Upon arriving at the hotel in the early afternoon I slept for 20 hours or so then was fine thereafter

  10. 6 months ago

    I did 1 week in Japan recently because I had a week of PTO left this year. You don't have jetlag when you arrive unless you're 60 years old. Left on Saturday, arrived Sunday local, spent all week doing fun shit and seeing friends, left the next Sunday and landed Sunday afternoon local. Went to work the next day. You just need to know how to manage jet lag on the plane and schedule your sleeping correctly. If you sleep the whole time back you're fricked.

    1 week is not enough if you're never going again or it's your first time but it's totally doable if you have experience with the travel time/jetlag back home. Also only really worth it if you just stay in Tokyo and don't try to travel to Kansai. Not enough time.

    • 6 months ago

      you're an idiot and can't do math.

      • 6 months ago

        What do you think 1 week means?

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