Which tour agency is best for Japan?
Tour Operators & Travel Companies in Japan
- Intrepid Travel. Excellent – 10,751 reviews.
- On The Go Tours. Excellent – 2,588 reviews.
- One Life Adventures. Excellent – 4,528 reviews.
- Supera Tours. Excellent – 101 reviews.
- Bamba. Excellent – 1,455 reviews.
- Europamundo. Good – 1,069 reviews.
- Eighty Days. Excellent – 10 reviews.
What travel agency is JTB?
JTB Corporation (株式会社ジェイティービー, Kabushiki Gaisha Jeitībī) (aka JTB), is the largest travel agency in Japan and one of the largest travel agencies in the world. It specializes in tourism.
How do I plan a trip to Japan?
This guide for planning a trip to Japan will cover:
- Hire a pocket wifi or buy a 4G SIM card for your phone.
- Don’t blindly buy a JR Rail Pass thinking all tourists need it.
- Take time to read these Japan travel guide books.
- Choose your season carefully.
- Buy tickets in advance to popular activities.
Who owns Japan Guide?
Stefan Schauwecker grew up in Zurich, Switzerland and met his interest in Japan when studying in Vancouver, Canada. There, he founded japan-guide.com in 1996 before moving the website’s operation to Japan in 2003.
Is Japan accepting American tourists?
Visa-free travel is suspended. All travelers inbound to Japan, regardless of age, must receive a negative PCR test within 72 hours of departure of the international leg of their trip. Domestic travel prior to the international flight is NOT counted within the 72 hours.
How many days should I spend in Japan?
Generally speaking, two weeks is usually the recommended days that foreigners usually spend in Japan if their only goal is just for sightseeing and traveling purposes. From that two weeks, visitors usually spend around 3 to 5 days in Tokyo and spend the rest in other destinations.
Where is my IATA number?
Agent verification and personnel registration numbers are on each IATA identification card and are unique to each travel agent. The agency number code for each agency is also printed on the IATA card. Click on the “Validate” button located to the right of the text box to begin the IATA check-a-code free service.