Japan Economy

Japan Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data The Japanese economy, despite its indisputable strength and ability to overcome fairly regular natural and other consequential disasters (frequent earthquakes, typhoons, devastating tsunamis and the resulting nuclear accident in Fukushima in 2011, etc.), during the second decade of the 21st […]

Japan Visa

Japan Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Japan To enter the country, you must have a passport and a visa. The usual term for processing documents for obtaining a tourist visa is 30-40 days (the minimum is at least three weeks). The visa itself is free, only a fee of 5-10 USD is charged for processing […]

History in Japan

History in Japan

According to historical evidence that has come down to us, as early as 8,000 years ago, primitive hunter-gatherers lived on the Japanese islands (the so-called Yomon era), who later united into one tribe. The tradition of rice cultivation came here much later – from Eurasia around 300 BC. According to legend, the Japanese Empire arose […]

How to Get Around Japan

How to Get Around Japan

By plane The easiest way to travel to Japan is by plane. There are as many as 173 airports here, flights from Russia fly mainly to Tokyo. Sometimes it is more profitable to fly first to some Far Eastern city, and then fly from there to Japan. On water From Sakhalin Island, you can sail […]

Geography of Japan

Geography of Japan

About the Country Many people have heard that Japan is a great country for tourism. Some tourists note that this is a real country of the future. While the Japanese are traveling the world to see the past, we are going to Japan to see the future. The unique way of life of the local […]

Landmarks of Japan

Landmarks of Japan

Landmarks of Japan Founded in the middle of the 15th century, Tokyo is today one of the largest cities in the world. It was built in the image of the ancient Japanese capital, so it is not surprising that the city has a huge number of all kinds of churches, old wooden structures, which, being […]

JAPAN State Flag

Japan State Facts

  THE CAPITAL Tokyo STATE STRUCTURE A constitutional monarchy INTERNAL DIVISION Prefecture. Japan has 47 top-level administrative divisions – prefectures. Each prefecture has its own legislative and administrative apparatus. SQUARE 377,944 km² CLIMATE From subtropical in the south (Ryukyu Islands) to low temperature zone (Hokkaido Island). It is divided into 6 climatic zones. OFFICIAL LANGUAGE […]

History of Japan

History of Japan and Tokyo

Japan is an East Asian country made up of an archipelago. It is located between the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of ​​Japan, east of China, Russia and the Korean peninsula. It is basically an archipelago made up of several islands, being Honshū, Hokkaidō, Kyūshū and Shikoku, the main ones since they form 97% of the total surface of the country. Tokyo is the capital city of Japan according to itypemba. Despite having a […]

Shrines and Temples of Nikko

Landmarks in Japan

Take a study trip through Japan – the land of the rising sun, and immerse yourself in a completely new cultural area! Japan is considered the fourth largest island nation in the world and actually consists of four larger islands and a few thousand smaller islands, some of which are uninhabited! Explore the largest cities […]

Facts of Japan

Facts of Japan

Read more about tips, currency, transportation, price levels and more in connection with your trip to Japan. Language: Japanese Capital: Tokyo Population: 127 million Religion: Shintoism, Buddhism and Christianity Currency: Yen Surface: 377,915 km2 Worth knowing Time difference The time difference between Sweden and Japan varies depending on whether Sweden has summer or winter time: […]

Sights in Japan

Sights in Japan

The Itsukushima Shrine is one of the most important tourist attractions of Japan. This shrine is located on the island of Miyajima in the south of the Japanese island chain, which is considered sacred and in the past was not accessible to ordinary people. The shrine was built in the 6th century and received its […]