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It is easy to feel a little overwhelmed and disoriented when you visit  Japan for the first time, so find out the basics before you fly and get acquainted with the country through our helping you plan guide.

 

Learn a little more about Japan's customs, culture and Wi-Fi connectivity, as well as its seasonal weather, geography and luggage delivery options. Many of the questions first-time travelers might have are answered here, along with insider tips and practical advice to help you navigate the country with confidence.

 

Japanese is the official language in Japan, however English is generally understood in major cities and in most touristic places.

Japanese Yen is used throughout the country, currency exchange is widely available in airports, hotel, banks and exchange shops in major cities. Credit card is usually accepted in most shops, restaurants and taxis as well.

Muslim travelers are welcome in Japan. Recently Japan focused on enhancing the hospitality industry for the requirement of Muslim travelers beside many restaurants and shops that offer the option of Halal food.

Many Muslim-friendly facilities.

 

Getting around

Japan is an internationally well-connected country especially by air traffic.

More than 100 airlines fly direct or through code-share daily or multiple times a week from all over the world.

Japan has multiple international and domestic airports, the most busy and famous award winning ones would be:

  • Narita International Airport

  • Tokyo International Airport

  • Kansai International Airport

  • Nagoya International Airport

 

Japan's main airport hubs are situated just outside the major cities of Tokyo and Osaka. Narita Airport  sits an hour-long express train ride from Tokyo in the neighboring prefecture of Chiba. Servicing most global destinations, along with a whole host of domestic flights, the airport is rightfully known as the gateway to Japan.