Finding affordable deals for traveling in Japan is currently a major challenge for American visitors, but help is on the way. In the current climate, if the high-cost of airfare doesn’t discourage you (New York-Tokyo is now above $1000, according to the Kayak.com search engine), the poor conversion rate may have you thinking twice. In an effort to assist tourists who are feeling the economic pinch, a leading online booking site has introduced a special Yen Buster Campaign, to combat the dollar’s weak exchange rate against the yen, slashing rates at top hotels throughout Japan. International travelers who book their reservations through the JAPANiCAN.com reservation site can save up to 55% off rack rates at top hotels in Tokyo and Osaka. Some of the exceptional deals on the site include the Price Park Tower Hotel (a luxury hotel with in-room Jacuzzis and panoramic views of Tokyo) from $110/night; the sleek Hyatt Regency Osaka from $133/night; or the designer Park Hotel Tokyo from just $92/night. Book soon – the offer is only valid for stays at select hotels through March.