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Reviewed on Nov 23, 2018
Japan has a total of 98 airports spread in different cities that handle different flights to Japan. Twenty-eight of these airports are run by the central governments, while the rest are managed by the respective local governments. Japan has five first class airports: Tokyo International Airport located in Tokyo, Kansai International Airport which is located in Osaka, Osaka International Airport also located in Osaka, Narita International Airport in Narita, and Chubu International Airport found in Aichi. If you intend to do same-day flights to Japan via the international couriers at these airports, you will not need to have a visa. Japan also issues landing permissions to citizens from a variety of western nations without a visa. Traveling via Japan flights is usually quite expensive.
You should be ready for the dynamic weather patterns of Japan. The weather forecast of a given day may not be necessarily identical to the weather you get the following day. It is therefore a good idea to carry a raincoat or an umbrella if you travel in the rainy seasons. Travelers on Japan flights are urged to purchase an umbrella if you forget one. Sometimes, trains have to be cancelled due to bad weather especially the nightly ones city to city.
The "golden week period" which lasts from April 27th to May 6th is probably the most expensive time to take Japan flights. This is a time when the country has four public holidays within a single week. People often travel a lot and the air tickets are usually higher. It is also the worst time to book a hotel due to the many domestic travelers. You can find taxis at major airports which can take you to your destination. If you are traveling far, domestic trains are better since they have low fare rates. The transport system of Japan can be described as superb thanks to its punctuality.
A majority of the tourist attractions in Japan are located in Tokyo. However, the nation has a rich cultural heritage and you will always find something interesting in whatever city or town you chose to visit. The following are some of the most important attractions in Japan:
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