Japan Travel Guide
Japan travel will take you to the island nation located in East Asia. The most popular cities that people travel to include Tokyo, Osaka, Hiroshima, Nara and Sendai. Other important destinations include Mount Fuji and Japan Alps.
If you are traveling and plan to stay for more than three months, you will need to get a Certificate of Alien Registration. Also, anyone over 16 years of age are fingerprinted and photographed upon entry.
It is important to understand that customs will not allow some over-the-counter medications such as those containing pseudoephedrine and codeine. Your passport must be with you at all times while visiting the region.
The country has two major airlines in addition to domestic airlines including Delta Air Lines, American Airlines and United Airlines all fly in and out of the country. There are two main airports that most flights go into. One is located near Tokyo and the other one close to Osaka.
There are also several smaller airports for domestic and international flights. The airports are fairly easy to get through unless it is one of the country’s busy seasons such as New Years, Goldman Week which is the end of April through the beginning of May and Obon which is the middle of August. Not only are these times busy but they are more expensive times as well.
The country has four seasons but most of the time tourism is most popular in spring or fall. Spring is one of the best times to visit the country because the temperatures are warm but not increasingly hot and there is not much rain.
Some are normally starts with the rainy season and turns hot and very humid in July and August. Autumn is also a good time to visit because the temperatures and humidity are much lower. However, autumn is also the time when the jurisdiction experiences typhoons. Winter is a great time for skiing. The country experiences heavy snow and cold wind blasts.
Japan travel is a great way to see the beautiful country. There is so much to see, do and experience. The Internet has more resources in order to provide you with more information.