Tokyo is the cheapest place for Britons looking for a long-haul getaway, new research has revealed. The low prices are an encouraging sign for sports fans planning to visit Japan during the Rugby World Cup as British tourists can now buy a basket of 10 items, including a three-course dinner for two, for £60.11. A three-course meal costs £42.88, a cup of coffee is £1.68 and it’s 81p for a bottle of local lager in a bar. The second cheapest place, according to the research, is Cape Town, where the 10 items cost £60.58, while most expensive for Britons is Mahe in the Seychelles, where the same products cost £188.06. The research is published in Post Office Travel Money’s annual long haul holiday report, which was produced in partnership with holiday specialist Travelbag.