Visa Free Travel to Japan

Japan is a country of striking natural beauty that will make for a memorable sightseeing vacation for individuals, groups and families. But traveling to Japan is known to be incredibly expensive. Traveling to Japan is included on our list of destinations. We had planned on traveling to Japan last summer but after comparing the money we were going to spend on airfare and accommodations we ended traveling to Armenia and Georgia. Airfare to Japan might be cheaper but hotel and food to Armenia and Georgia is a lot cheaper  so we didn’t push through traveling to Japan last year. My husband also thought getting a Japanese VISA for me would be lot of work.

Today I have read the great news that Japan has lifted the visa requirements for Asian countries. I immediately informed my husband about the good news and we were a little disappointed because we already booked our airfare to Russia this summer. If we only had known about the VISA requirement changes a bit sooner, then we could have taken Japan travel to Kyoto.

Kyoto, Japan

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Kyoto is a true experience with a unique history and culture. The city remained the capital of Japan for more than a thousand years. It is a place where Zen rock gardens, imperial palaces and thousands of Buddhist temples can be found.  This magnificent city is also well-known for their traditional arts and crafts and culture. In order to see everything, you need plenty of time in Kyoto, but if you are only able to visit for a short period of time, you will want to know which places are at the top of your trip inclusion list.

The visa free travel to Japan will be effective after July 1st for travelers from Thailand, Malaysia, the Philippines, Indonesia, and Vietnam, the VISA exemption is valid for a short time for visits no longer than 15 days. If you want to stay  longer, then you will still need to get a  visa.

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