50 Must-Know Japan Travel Fact Compilation |Watch Before You Go PART1

We compiled the most useful Japan travel facts that you must know before you come to Japan. If you are planning on coming to Japan, be sure to watch this video first before you travel.

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22 Replies to “50 Must-Know Japan Travel Fact Compilation |Watch Before You Go PART1”

  1. Flori der Fux

    I totally love those adorable outfits that you wear in all your videos! Making me smile bright all the time! And of course I love your Japan videos too! Very entertaining and interesting!

  2. Ivan Budianto

    Now there are many cashless payments in Japan because Japan has started digitizing, and so is WIFI, now there are lots of free WIFI in big cities, except in villages

  3. Crisjapop cris

    Hi Cathy! Glad to see you are healthy and well! Funny how we get shy when sharing a bath in a sentō or onsen but walk on the streets half naked by japanese fashion standards during summer (girls in very low neckline sleeveless tees, short hot pants and flip flops for example). I've seen a lot of Japanese people avoiding looking at tourists probably because of too much skin exposure – men included – when visiting temples, shrines and museums. I felt embarassed too, we tourists dress ourselves crappily compared to locals and other asian visitors…

  4. Old Nik IX

    This is accurate. Also, may I add, buying a translator, such as Pocketalk… Fancy restaurants' restroom doors do not have male / female sillhouettes us Westerners are accustomed to… Very embarrassing to walk into the ladies' room and run into your fiancee's mother. Somehow, I survived that level of failure!

  5. Aidan

    The first few weeks I was in Japan, I was in a taxi with some people and when we stopped I held out my credit card to pay the driver.
    He just looked at me with an awkward pause for a few seconds until my friend offered him some cash lol.

  6. Gojira

    OK the thing I really want to know: how does one stay in Japan for longer than a tourist visa? I can think of a few possibilities but I bet there's other ways that I haven't considered. An episode on some of the ways to stay in Japan would be neat. (It would be fun to have time to learn the language well.)

  7. Gojira

    Vegan: I happen to live in a large city with some Buddhist ethnic groups (including Japan town). Many Buddhist are vegan and serve things like noodle soup with fake (seitan) meat. It seems to be a traditional food. Maybe look around for that style of restaurant?

  8. Misses Witch

    This was really fun! <3 You made really alot of good points that would be very helpful to first time travellers! Thank you! I'll try to keep these in mind when I visit! <3

  9. Jiro Japanese Daily life

    What a great video.
    I’m uploading Japanese daily life video too.
    But my video is not good
    I want to edit like you.Thank you.

  10. Samuel Gilbert

    Shouldn't informing yourself about the culture and social norms before going be the number one item on the list?

  11. The Global Citizenship

    This is an awesome guide and short video. Thank you for sharing. Worthy and edifying content!

    TGC Marvin

  12. Juan Macias

    I think the train info is very good to know, hadn't crossed my mind I could get separated from my group. xD

  13. Juan M. Sanchez

    Big stations also have to do with functioning as some sort of commercial hub – it is said that the vast selection of food adds to the variety of stores in general, adding to their function as a gathering place. When you have that many people using trains, might as well set up shop where passengers wait for those trains.

    got dammit america (and they said the modern shopping mall is dead. Let me rephrase. The "suburban car oriented shopping mall" is dead)

  14. Martial Bachoffner

    Today, with access to the internet, you have no excuse to not get prepared when you go somewhere. Japan or else.

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