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Japan Tours 2017: A First-Timer Guide to Japan Traveling Japan is a country in the Pacific Ocean with imperial palaces, dense cities, thousands of temples and shrines and mountainous national parks. The capital of Japan is Tokyo, which is known for shopping, pop culture and skyscrapers. Upon arrival, citizens of sixty-seven countries including Australia, New Zealand, United States, Canada, Korea, Singapore, Hon Kong, United Kingdom, and all European nations will be issued a temporary visitor vis which is known as “tanki-taizai”. The visas issued upon arrival is up to ninety days for most nationalities with ongoing sea ticket or air ticket or evidence thereof. Visa extensions are given for another ninety days upon application at the nearest Immigration Bureau before the expiration of the initial visa for citizens of Germany, Austria, Ireland, Switzerland, Mexico, Lichtenstein and the Untied Kingdom. Japan’s top sights include Izumo Taisha, Tosho-gu, Tsukiji market, Himeji-jo, Senso-Ji, Todai-Ji, Naiku, and Meiji-Jingu. A world heritage site is Tosho-gu, a top choice Shinto Shrine in Nikko, that is brilliantly decorative with a beautiful natural setting, and among its notable features is the famous dazzling “Sunset Gate”, Yomei-mon. Senso-ji is the top choice Buddhist temple in Sumida and Asakusa River, the most visited temple that enshrines the golden image of Kannon, the Buddhist goddess of mercy, who was miraculously pulled out of the nearby Sumida-gawa by two fishermen according to legend in AD 628. The entire temple complex is always busy especially on weekends, you’ll see stalls along Nakamise-Dori selling everything from genuine Edo-style crafts to tourist trinkets, and it is open at night so tourists can watch beautifully illuminated buildings. The activities you can do in Japan include Mt. Fuji Ashi and Bullet train day trip from Tokyo, robot cabaret, Sumo wrestling tournaments, Tokyo Tower, Tea Ceremony and Sumida River Cruise, Nikko National Park day trip from Tokyo, Kyoto Sightseeing Tour including Nijo Castle, Kyoto and Nara day trip, Japanese food tour, Changi WWII War trail and museum tour, Kamakura and Tokyo Bay Day Trip, and many more. You have to remember that Japan is a cash-based society and a lot of stores are not yet equipped to take credit cards and make sure to bring a coin purse with you since everything from 1 yen to 500 yen (about $5) are coins. Learn some basic Japanese words or phrases before visiting Japan to help you ask for directions and to prevent too much confusion when asking some things. Feel free to check our website or contact us directly, if you need more information about Japanese tours.The Ultimate Guide to Vacations

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