Only 3 important points for Philipinos to travel to Japan.

If you’re a Filipino planning to travel to Japan, there are a few things you should prepare before your trip to ensure a smooth and enjoyable experience. Here are three important things you should do before your Japan trip:

  1. Get a Visa Filipino tourists are required to obtain a tourist visa before traveling to Japan. You can apply for a tourist visa through the Japanese embassy or consulate in the Philippines. The visa application process usually takes around 5-7 business days, so make sure to apply well in advance of your planned travel dates. You’ll need to submit various documents, such as your passport, visa application form, itinerary, and proof of financial capability. Once you have your visa, you can start planning your itinerary and booking your flights and accommodations.
  2. Learn Basic Japanese Phrases While many Japanese people can speak basic English, it’s still a good idea to learn some basic Japanese phrases to make communication easier. Learn how to say hello (konnichiwa), thank you (arigatou gozaimasu), excuse me (sumimasen), and please (onegaishimasu). You may also want to learn some basic numbers and directions, as well as how to order food and ask for help if you get lost.
  3. Pack Appropriately Japan has four distinct seasons, so make sure to pack appropriate clothing for the time of year you’ll be visiting. If you’re traveling during the winter months, bring warm clothing such as coats, gloves, and hats. If you’re visiting during the summer, light clothing is recommended due to the hot and humid weather. Additionally, it’s important to pack comfortable shoes for walking as many attractions in Japan are accessible by foot. Don’t forget to bring a universal adapter if you plan to charge your electronic devices as the outlets in Japan may not be the same as those in the Philippines.

By following these three simple steps, you can prepare yourself for an amazing trip to Japan. Remember to plan ahead, learn some basic Japanese phrases, and pack appropriately for the season. Enjoy your trip to Japan!

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