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Travel Guide to Japan for Beginners

Travel Guide to Japan for Beginners – This country is a dream country for Indonesian and world travelers. Japan is one of the countries in Asia with the most foreign tourist visits. Its distinctive culture, beautiful natural scenery and kawaii girls are some of the attractions that bring visitors to Japan.

Hipwee Travel had the opportunity to visit the land of cherry blossoms last March. Going to Japan is arguably not easy, you know. There are so many things that you have to prepare carefully. This is because Japan has a very disciplined and rule-abiding culture. This is certainly a little difficult for you if you don’t understand it from now on. So for those of you who want to come to Japan for the first time, here are 10 important things that you must prepare before going to Japan.

Travel Guide to Japan for Beginners

ID is the most important thing for tourists in Japan, yes, in all countries too. But in Japan, you have to carry your ID wherever you are. If you meet the police and you don’t have your ID, you can go to jail, you know. Before that, you have to check your passport because it can’t be expired for less than 6 months. You can’t leave Indonesia for sure, let alone enter Japan.

Taking care of a Japanese visa is easy and difficult. If you need a Japanese visa, you can read the article about making a Japanese visa in this article. If you have an e passport you don’t need a visa anymore, just report it. But if your passport is normal, you have to make a visa, it can be single entry or multiple entry. Those who want multiple entry must have been to Japan before.

Hotels in Japan are expensive. In order for it to be cheap, it’s better to order from here just using an online hotel booking application in advance. Usually the fall is cheaper. After all, you need to set a destination when you come to Japan. If you haven’t ordered the hotel, it’s really troublesome there. (Travel Guide to Japan for Beginners)

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