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About Japan Holidays - Visiting Japan has never been easier thanks to Thomas Cook’sJapan holidays. Thomas Cook provides you with a range of Japan holiday packages customised to suit your every need. Choose from Thomas Cook’s range of Japan tour packagesranging from a time efficient 7 nights and 8 days to a more elaborate, immersive 15 nights and 16 days. Each of these vacations to Japan is available on the Thomas Cook website starting from a budget of INR 52,999 to a splurge worthy INR 2,07,035. Booking your Japan tripcouldn’t be easier and Thomas Cook wants it that way. Why worry about the nitty gritty of booking, planning and searching for deals, let Thomas Cook handle the hard parts of your Japan tour, all you need to do is pack and show up on time.

Every Japan tour from Thomas Cook is meticulously planned and curated by our team of travel experts whose mission is to ensure your Japan holiday is as memorable as possible. With comfortable accommodations, expert guides and scrumptious meals Thomas Cook strives to make vacations great again.

With Japan holiday packagesavailable from all major cities such as Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore,Chennai, DelhiandAhmedabadgetting to Japan with Thomas Cook is convenient and comfortable.

Most Popular Japan Tour Packages

Japan Holiday PackagesNo. of DaysPrice*
Japan - Cherry Blossom7 Nights / 8 DaysRs.2 75 452.00
Cherry Blossom - Japan With Korea11 Nights /12 DaysRs.3 79 793.00
Cherry Blossom - South Korea With Japan11Nights /12 daysRs. 3 79 793.00

About JapanCherry blossoms, tea ceremonies, calligraphy and poetry mingle to create an unrivalled experience on your Japan tour. Despite its comparatively tiny size, there’s so much to discover in East Asia’s cultural gem. Japan is a study in dichotomy and cultural coexistence between traditional belief systems and value and an ultramodern way of life. Days are marked by quiet disciplined dedication to work that is the hallmark of life in Japan and evenings bring out the raw, energetic playful side of Japan awash in a sea of neon and sake. Like the Taoist principle of ‘Yin’ and ‘Yang’, prevalent in China, Japanese culture has ‘In’ and ‘Yo’, a belief in opposing cosmic forces coexisting in perfect harmony. If you want an example of a country that works extra hard, and plays even harder, look no further than Japan. This is primarily why Japan is seen as a benchmark for modern culture that many others aspire to.

Organised chaos is the name of the game in Japan. To the casual observer on a Japanese holiday, Japan may appear hectic, crowded and unorganised even, but this is far from the truth. Japan is like a giant jigsaw puzzle where thousands of pieces fit perfectly without any dissonance. Japan tourism is one of these pieces and it manages to fit right in among the many other facets, making a visit to Japan feel alien and homely at the same time. The birthplace of Sushi, the playground of technology, the land from which sleek skyscrapers rise and Anime characters come to life, wouldn’t you like to experience this all? Mountains, volcanoes, forests and sand dunes, let Japan’s natural marvels pull you further and further in on your Japanese holiday with a variety of Japan tour packages from Thomas Cook!

Best time to visit JapanCome sun, rain or snow, Japan shines bright. An all year-round wonder, travellers can enjoy a multitude of unique experiences across its wonderfully diverse cities. Whether you make a trip in summer, spring or winter, you will be in for a major surprise.So, the best time to visit will depend on what you’d like to see.

While spring is known for its iconic cherry blossoms and pleasant days spent ambling around the cities or cycling around rural Japan. Summer is all about the Alpine flowers and autumn infuses the landscapes with red-gold foliage. Winter, on the other hand, is a snowy wonderland where you can soak in one of Japan’s many geothermal hot springs or spend time in a traditional bathhouse with its wooden hot tubs.

Japan has many festivals to mark the changing seasons, depending upon the festivals you wish to partake in and the sights you wish to drink in, your choice of travel will vary. Note - Thomas Cook has special packages and itineraries for those wishing to partake in the splendour of the cherry blossoms.

How to reach JapanThe fastest and most efficient way of reaching Japan is via flight. Narita Airport, Osaka International Airport, Kansai Airport and Haneda Airport make up the prime international airports in Japan, offering connectivity to all major Indian cities such as Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai. Individuals may select from the following carriers to make the trip - Jet Airways, Air India, Korean Air, Singapore Airlines, Emirates, Jet Star, Cathay Pacific and China Airlines. With Thomas Cook’s Japan tour packages, getting to Japan is the easy part, leaving Japan after a mind-blowing Japanese trip is the hard part.

There’s also the scenic route for all those traveling from Korea, China, Taiwan and Russia, who can reach Japan via ferry.

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Where to go in Japan
TokyoTokyo is one of the 47 prefectures in Japan and has served as its capital since 1869. It is a must visit on every Japanese tour as it encapsulates what Japan stands for, an ultramodern metropolis with traditional values. It is also a global capital when it comes to culture, fashion and gastronomy. Anime fans will jump at the opportunity to visit the Studio Ghibli museum in Mitaka. Devotees of the art of Japanese cuisine will jump at the chance to savour delicacies like ramen, sushi and tempura at one of Japan’s many Michelin-starred restaurants. Party animals can hit up karaoke bars at Shinjuku or nearby Kabuki Cho where the party never stops.

KyotoThough their names have the same letters, Tokyo and Kyoto are the opposites of each other. Here you will find Buddhist temples, Shinto shrines, minimal Zen gardens, imperial palaces and traditional Japanese wooden houses. Kyoto is also the setting for the film Memoirs of a Geisha and taking a tour of the filming locations will invariably take you to some of Kyoto’s most famous landmarks such as the Fushimi Inari Shrine and Kiyomizu temple. Kyoto is also the home of Kaiseki cuisine, a style of traditional Japanese cuisine renowned for its simplicity, intricate presentation and subtle flavour.

NaraThe ancient city of Nara is famous for its ancient temples and is steeped in history. Visit the Todai-ji temple with its 15m tall bronze Buddha called Daibutsu. There’s also the Nara park attached to this temple where you can watch cute Japanese deer roam freely. Established in the year 710, Nara is home to Naramachi a former market district that is lined with old Japanese houses some of which are over a century old. For a taste of Japan’s medieval history visit Heijo Palace which was an imperial palace and the seat of the emperor back when Nara was the capital of Japan.

This is Japan’s second largest island after the mainland, Honshu. Hokkaido is sandwiched between snowy alps and the sea, making its diverse geography a must see on your Japan tour. This is a land of lakes and parks. Visit Daisetsuzan National Park with its geothermal hot springs and steaming, volcanic mount Asahi, from where the famous Japanese beer Asahi gets its name. There’s also Shikotsu-Toya National Park with its lakes formed from volcanic caldera and Mount Yotei, Mount Fuji’s twin peak. The ski towns of Rusutsu, Niseko and Furano are an Asian Alpine paradise where you can ski, snowboard or make snow angels.

Mt. FujiYou may remember Mt. Fuji from the Godzilla movies, or any other film set in Japan for that matter. Mt. Fuji features prominently in any mention of Japan and occupies a place of pride in the Japanese mind who lovingly call it ‘Fuji-san’ as they would a friend or acquaintance. It is one of the three most sacred mountains in Japan and has been a pilgrimage site since the 3rd century. Hiking to the summit of this active volcano is one of the most popular activities you can undertake, passing through forests, past Sinto and Buddhist shrines and an ethereal beauty with a subtle muted colour palette featuring nature and the elements that is the hallmark of Japan.

HiroshimaHiroshima has entered the history books for all the wrong reasons. It was the site of one of the worst acts of war during World War 2. It has since bounced back and now stands as a proud reminder of the resilience of the Japanese people. Hiroshima is now a modern city and a centre of trade and commerce with its own unique microculture and nightlife. A must visit on your Japan tour while you’re in Hiroshima is the A-Bomb dome, the only structure left standing after the city was destroyed and the Peace Memorial Park where the Flame of Peace, a fire that burns and will continue to burn until global nuclear disarmament is achieved, can be found.

IshigakiIshigaki is the most popular island in the Yaeyama Islands in Japan’s Okinawa prefecture. It is a tropical paradise known for beaches and sites for snorkelling, diving and surfing as well as the commercial hub of the Yaeyama Islands. Within Ishigaki’s Iriomote-Ishigaki National Park lies the Shiraho Reef's rare blue coral. This is an example of the geographical diversity of Japan and is a must visit on your Japan tour.

OsakaOsaka is a large port city and commercial centre on the island of Honshu. It's known for its modern architecture, nightlife and lip-smacking street food such as yakitori and teriyaki. It is also the location of the 16th-century Osaka Castle, its main historical landmark which is surrounded by a moat and park with plum, peach and cherry-blossom trees making it a must visit during your vacation in Japan. Sumiyoshi-taisha is among Japan’s oldest Shinto shrines and one of Osaka’s most visited tourist landmarks where you can spend a peaceful day after a night out in Osaka.

YakushimaYakushima is an island in the Kagoshima Prefecture of Japan. It is famous for its cedar forests which contain some of Japan’s oldest trees. The beaches here are also famous for being seasonal nesting grounds for loggerhead turtles. Nature lovers and budding naturalists are known to throng to these beaches during hatching season to watch tiny turtle hatchlings take their first steps towards the sea.

HakubaHakuba is a village in the Japanese Alps, just outside the city of Nagano, which was host of the 1998 Winter Olympics. A winter sports hub, Hakuba is dotted with mountain resorts and mountainous terrain perfect for skiing, snowboarding and hiking. The Hakuba Ski Jumping Stadium, built for the 1998 games, at the base of the Happo-one resort is where you can watch daredevil skiers speed down the slopes before leaping off the ramp at the end. Hakuba village also offers grades of skiing for novices and experts alike and hot springs for you to beat the cold after a long day carving up the slopes.

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Cuisine in JapanInspired by exotic regional produce and fresh seasonal ingredients, Japan creates gastronomical delights that continue to take the world by the storm. Some of its best and most traditional dishes include sushi (raw fish in fermented rice rolls), sashimi (thinly sliced raw fish), tempura (battered seafood/vegetables), yakitori (chicken skewers), tsukemono (pickles), udon (noodles) and sukiyaki (beef). Historically influenced by the Chinese, today Japanese cuisine has opened itself up to the influences of western cuisines.

Things to do in Japan
Take a ramen tour of JapanRamen, known worldwide as an instant convenience food, is an artform in Japan. Witch types and styles of ramen that vary from prefecture to prefecture, taking a ramen tour of Japan makes perfect sense for the gastronomically inclined. Slurp ramen with miso, corn and plump scallops from Hokkaido, or try the shoyu ramen in Tokyo, with its light flavourful broth. Purists can try the tonkatsu ramen at Yokohama’s Chinatown, where this hearty dish was born on their Japan tour.

Train like a sumo wrestlerTokyo’s Tomioka Hachiman Shrine is the birthplace of sumo wrestling. Your Japan tour must include a pitstop at this temple to check out the temple and the neighbouring Ryogoku district where you will find dohyo’s or dojo’s or schools where sumo wrestlers live and train. Watch these gentle giants in action as they push, pull and throw each other around. Some dojos will allow you to partake in the action with a one-day sumo training course after which you can sit down to a hearty meal of Chankonabe, a specialty soup eaten by sumo wrestlers.

Climb Mount FujiMount Fuji, affectionately called Fujisan by the Japanese is an active volcano and Japan’s most iconic geographical landmark. It lies to the south west of Japan’s capital- Tokyo. One of the adventurous things to do in Japan is to climb the popular Mount Fuji in the months of July and August. Visitors can even enjoy the breath-taking views from either of these places- the Shin-Fuji station, from the top of the Chureito pagoda or any of the five lakes that surround the mountain.

Cheer Yourself Up with Japanese Cherry Blossoms 2023The Cherry Blossom festival is Japan tourism’s biggest draw. People flock to gardens all over Japan to enjoy an evening of food, drinks, and music under the newly blossomed cherry trees and celebrate the view of the delicate pink sakura and ume flowers. Being in the Honshu region of Japan during the months of March and April is one of the best things to do in Japan.But when is the best time to visit? How to celebrate the cherry blossom festival? Read on to get answers to all your questions about the Japan cherry blossom.

When is the Japan Cherry Blossom Season 2023?

You can witness the beautiful colors of the cherry blossom season from April to May. However, the exact time depends on the location and weather conditions.

The blooming period lasts two weeks on average. And the flowers remain in full bloom for a few days. That's why you must plan carefully if you want to catch the beauty of the cherry blossom season in Japan.

The blossoms start from north to south. That means the Kanto and Kansai regions will be the earliest to witness the flowers. And the Tohoku region would witness it latest.

Best Places to See Japan Cherry Blossom

You can enjoy the beauty of cherry blossoms in many places in Japan. There are many parks and gardens where the cherry trees are in full bloom during spring.

Tokyo, Kyoto, Hokkaido, and Osaka are the favorites of tourists for enjoying the beautiful blooming flowers. Tokyo has several large parks and gardens where you can see the flowers and have picnics with your friends and family.

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Here are some of the top places to enjoy the Japan cherry blossom season –

  • Ueno Park, Tokyo
  • Meguro River, Tokyo
  • Philosopher’s Walk, Kyoto
  • Mount Yoshino, Nara Prefecture
  • Hirosaki Castle Park, Aomori Prefecture

How is the Japan Cherry Blossom Festival Celebrated?

The Japanese appreciate the beauty of cherry blossoms. The celebrations' main goal is to recognize life's transient nature. Just like the beautiful flowers, nothing is permanent in life.

They call their celebrations Hanami. It means flower viewing. Families gather outdoors and have picnics and parties while admiring the flowers.

Want to take part in Hanami? It's easy.

  • Look for the perfect spot to enjoy the beauty of cherry blossoms.
  • Now, get your food and drinks ready.
  • You can then sit back and relax with your loved ones. Minutes will turn into hours and you will still long for more.

Start Planning for the Cherry Blossom Japan 2023 Festival

People from across the globe visit Japan during the cherry blossom season. So, you have to plan in advance if you want to make the most of your visit.

Party in ShinjukuShinjuku district in Tokyo is undoubtedly Tokyo’s party capital. Dotted with sake bars, karaoke clubs, video game arcade and the world-famous Robot Restaurant in Kabuki Cho which is a surreal look into a possible future for humanity. You needn’t worry while partying because Japanese culture dictates hospitality towards guests and visitors which means you can party without a care in the world. Worried about getting back home? You can ask a friendly Japanese policeman for a ride and they will ensure you are dropped off home safe and sound, a unique experience on your Japan tour for sure.

Visit the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb MuseumJapan is the only country in the history of the world to have been attacked with an atomic weapon. The tragic day of August 9, 1945 is still remembered all over the world. To honour those who lost their lives in the incident and the efforts of the Japanese Government to spread awareness about the repercussions of the weapon used in the regions of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, led to the establishment of the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum. Visiting this museum on your Japan trip is a sobering reminder of the horrors of war.

Spend a day at Disney SeaDisney Sea in Tokyo is one of Disney’s most famous amusement parks worldwide. Thomas Cook’s Japan tours give you the option to visit this magical place where you can spend the day taking exciting rides and having fun with a host of cartoon characters from your childhood.

Visit the KitKat MuseumIf like us you’re a fan of KitKat, the KitKat Chocolatery Museum in Tokyo is a must visit. Here you can find delicious flavours such as strawberry cheesecake, matcha (green tea) and almond cranberry. You can explore the processes behind the manufacture of these tasty treats and even customize your own with a wide assortment of ingredients. This is sure to add magic to your Japan tour.

Interesting Facts about Japan

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  • The country is home to more senior citizens than children.
  • Japan operates the greatest number of vending machines in the world.
  • Fruit is one of the best gifts in Japan.
  • Slurping noodles is an act of politeness.
  • In Japan, you bow instead of shaking hands.
  • It’s forbidden to bathe in hot springs if one has a tattoo.

FAQ’SWhat is Japan famous for?
Japan is known for its UNESCO World Heritage sites, traditional arts and cuisine.

Is it expensive in Japan?
The average tourist cost per day is approximately 15,000 yen.

Is Japan a safe country to live in?
Japan is the 26th safest country in the world.

What is the best time of year to visit Japan?
March to May and September to November are the best times to visit, if you’re not going for snow sports.

How much money should I bring to Japan?
The average weekly cost for a tourist is 105,000 yen.

What should I avoid in Japan?
Certain things to avoid include tipping service professionals, going into people's homes with your shoes on and don't try to hug people you have just met.

What do people wear in Japan?
The kimono is the traditional dress of Japan, although western wear is usually supported for work and recreational purposes.

How many days can tourists stay in Japan?
Tourists can stay in the country for up to 180 days per year and 90 days per visit.

Do I need a Japanese visa?
Yes, you require a tourist/business visa to enter the country.

How long does it take to get a Japanese visa?
Typically, a visa can be issued in 5 working days if all the requirements are met.



What is the cost of Japan tour from India? ›

Japan Packages
Japan PackagesDay/NightPrice
A Romantic Getaway - Fukuoka & Okinawa Package10 Days/9 Nights₹2,96,275
A Honeymoon in Hokkaido (Soulmate Special) Package11 Days/10 Nights₹1,65,466
Adventures in Japan and Philippines (Without Flights) Package12 Days/11 Nights₹1,61,437

How much does Japan tour cost? ›

The average price of a 7-day trip to Japan is $1,659 for a solo traveler, $2,690 for a couple, and $1,913 for a family of 4. Japan hotels range from $62 to $304 per night with an average of $105, while most vacation rentals will cost $140 to $520 per night for the entire home.

How much should I budget for a trip to Japan? ›

Sample daily budgets
Single TravelerTwo Travelers
Low Budget3,500 - 7,800 yen7,000 - 15,600 yen
Medium Budget8,800 - 18,500 yen13,600 - 28,000 yen
High Budgetover 18,500 yenover 28,000 yen
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Is 7 days enough in Japan? ›

You can see a lot in 7 days in Japan. It might sound overwhelming to do so much in so little time, but it doesn't have to be overwhelming. You'll see below how the trip flows from one location to the next very easily.

Is Japan visa free for Indian? ›

Do Indians need a visa for Japan? Yes, it is compulsory for all Indian passport holders to get a visa to visit Japan.

Is Japan cheaper than India? ›

India is 60.3% cheaper than Japan.

How much is a 10 day trip to Japan? ›

A 10-day vacation to Japan costs around US$3,500 per person. A 1-week vacation costs around US$2,450 per person. A round trip flight ticket from the U.S. to Japan costs US$700 to US$1,500 per person.
How much does it cost to go to Japan for 2 weeks?
Cost (per person)
Average Cost of 2-Week Trip to JapanUS$5,200++
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Is 10 days enough in Japan? ›

Ten days is enough for a first timer, but you could easily stretch this itinerary to two weeks in Japan if you have a few extra days, or skip one or two places if you only have a week there. Mad, mind-boggling, and futuristic are all words that come to mind when I think of our 10-day trip to Japan.

Is Japan visa easy to get? ›

The process of obtaining a visa in Japan is still fairly easy. For this reason, some noncitizens need a visa to visit Japan. The visa requirements for Japan vary from person to person depending on a variety of factors, including the nationality of the traveler, intended length of stay, and purpose of the trip.

What is the best month to go to Japan? ›

The best time to visit Japan is during spring (March to May) and fall (September to November). This is when Japan is at its most vibrant, with delicate cherry blossom or bright red leaves adding contrast to the scenery.

How many days do I need to visit Japan? ›

Ideally, how long for a trip to Japan ? We recommend a minimum of 2 weeks to discover the Japanese archipelago. This is the minimum travel time in Japan to have time to visit Tokyo, Kyoto and their surroundings. For this, we advise you to spend a minimum of 6 nights in Tokyo and 6 nights in the Kyoto region .

Is 5 days in Japan enough? ›

5 days in Japan is not much but if that is all the time you have to spend in this magnificent country, don't look any further. We will share several options on how to maximize your sparse time and see many impressive sights. Our Japan 5-day itineraries will set you up for the perfect Japan short trip.

Is a holiday in Japan expensive? ›

I still think the answer is yes and no. Japan is expensive if you approach with a holiday mindset. A 21-day JR Pass, combined with 21-days of sleeping in nice rooms and eating at nice restaurants, with a 3-day pass to Disneyland somewhere in the middle is gonna hurt.

What is the best city in Japan to visit? ›

Best cities to visit in Japan
  • 1 Tokyo.
  • 2 Kyoto.
  • 3 Osaka.
  • 4 Yokohama.
  • 5 Nagoya.
  • 6 Kobe.
  • 7 Fukuoka.
  • 8 Hiroshima.

How much is Japan visa fee? ›

The fees for Japan visas are as follows: For a single-entry visa: 3,000 Yen. For a double-entry or multiple-entry visa: 6,000 Yen. For a transit visa: 700 Yen.

How much bank balance is required for Japan visa? ›

Stayed in Japan for 8 days, at least 50,000 balance in bank certificate. Applied for 15 days max – at least Php 70,000 available balance.

Is Japan visa easy for Indian? ›

The Japan visa requirements for Indians have become pretty straightforward, with typically a processing period of 4 working days at VFS Japan – the official visa application centre for the Japan Embassy in India.

Is INR stronger than yen? ›

Currently, 1 Japanese Yen (JPY) is equal to 0.67 Rupees. Yen is the executive legal tender of Japan and the Indian National Rupee (INR) of India.

In which country 1 rupee has highest value? ›

South Korea. Though one Indian rupee is equal to 16.55 won, South Korea is one of the countries where the cost of living is high.

What is the price of Iphone 13 in Japan? ›

The price is 669 USD. The average price for all countries is 1031 USD. The database includes 84 countries.

Is Japan expensive for Indian students? ›

Overall, the cost of living in Japan is moderate but not cheap, particularly for students from countries with low exchange rates.

How can I go Japan from India? ›

The only and the best way to reach Japan is by air. A number of connecting as well as direct flights operate from India to Japan. The major airports in Japan are Osaka International Airport, Narita Airport, Haneda and Kansai Airports. Most of the flights arrive at Haneda Airport in Tokyo from India.

Is Japan an expensive country? ›

Australia and Japan are both considered 'expensive' countries, with many expenses on par. However, depending on your budget, there are going to be some things in Japan that you'll find costly, and other things, affordable.

How can I get Japan visa from India? ›

Japan Tourist Visa Requirements

Filled visa application form. Passport. Travel itinerary and hotel booking. Documents which prove that he/she can pay for the travel expenses while in the country like bank statements of the last six months or the latest income tax return.

Is college in Japan free? ›

Tuition and Scholarships in Japan

Tuition fees at Japanese public universities are 535,800 yen, or $6,500. Academic fees for the first year generally consist of admission fee, tuition fee, and facility and equipment usage fee, but in Tsukuba, the regular entrance fees and first year tuition fees have been waived.

Can I study in Japan for free? ›

Graduate students can study in Japan for free through the ABD-Japan Scholarship program. Applicants from ADB-borrowing countries who study Engineering, Agriculture, Economics, Management, or Global Environment can also apply for the ADB-Japan Scholarship program.

How much bank balance is required for Japan student visa? ›

In order to get a student visa for Japan, the sponsorer must have enough savings bank balance of 1600000 YEN. This is the ideal amount that should be reflected in the bank statement.

Is Japan visa open now for Indian? ›

Visa Application Procedures

Starting from 0:00 am (JST) on October 11, 2022 , prescribed applications in the Entrants, Returnees Follow-up System (ERFS) completed by the receiving organizations located in Japan will no longer be required for new entry of foreign nationals into Japan.

Is Japan visa easy to get? ›

The process of obtaining a visa in Japan is still fairly easy. For this reason, some noncitizens need a visa to visit Japan. The visa requirements for Japan vary from person to person depending on a variety of factors, including the nationality of the traveler, intended length of stay, and purpose of the trip.

How much is Japan visa? ›

The fees for Japan visas are as follows: For a single-entry visa: 3,000 Yen. For a double-entry or multiple-entry visa: 6,000 Yen. For a transit visa: 700 Yen.

What's a good salary in Japan? ›


The average monthly salary for employees in Japan can range from approximately 130,000 JPY (1,128 USD) to 2,300,000 JPY (19,963 USD). Note: The upper range of salaries is the highest average and not the maximum salary Japanese people earn.

Why Japan is costly? ›

Focus On Quality. Another reason Japan is expensive is that they focus on high-quality goods and commodities. Because they have a strong economy and government, they're able to focus their funds on investments that make their cities incredible. Since their economy is strong, their people receive decent pay.

How much is a meal in Japan? ›

Prices in restaurants in Japan.
Meal in a cheap restaurant900 JPY (560-1,300)
Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course4,900 JPY (3,000-9,000)
McMeal at McDonalds (or Equivalent Combo Meal)700 JPY (600-800)
Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught)450 JPY (250-800)
Imported Beer (0.33 liter bottle)545 JPY (300-900)
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What is the best month to go to Japan? ›

The best time to visit Japan is during spring (March to May) and fall (September to November). This is when Japan is at its most vibrant, with delicate cherry blossom or bright red leaves adding contrast to the scenery.

What documents are required for Japan visa? ›

  • A clear photocopy of "Certificate for completion of registration to the ERFS system" is compulsory.
  • Visa application form.
  • Original Passport along with a photocopy of bio pages.
  • Invitation letter.
  • Guarantee letter.
  • Schedule of stay.
  • Declaration form.
  • Last 3 months bank statement of Indian company.
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What is the best city in Japan to visit? ›

Best cities to visit in Japan
  • 1 Tokyo.
  • 2 Kyoto.
  • 3 Osaka.
  • 4 Yokohama.
  • 5 Nagoya.
  • 6 Kobe.
  • 7 Fukuoka.
  • 8 Hiroshima.


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