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Japan with $2200 doable?

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Im considering going to Japan for a week in November but I have a budget only about $2200. The flight only cost $1300 (departing from DC) which leaves me with $900 for land only expenses; is this doable?
I was looking at some “homestays” options, as oppose to hostels, which offer private rooms for a range of prices ($36-70 per day) and some of them includes meals. I also have 1 free night at a Hilton hotel in Tokyo…. Should I keep doing research or are there any other better options out there (perhaps a tour company) or should I just wait and save more $?

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