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Practical Travel Information

Visas and Entry Requirements Visitors to Japan from most European countries plus Australia, New Zealand, North America, and Singapore are routinely issued a 90-day tourist visa on arrival. Please visit the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan (https://www.mofa.go.jp/j_info/visit/visa/index.html) to check to see if your country is exempt for applying for a visa in advance. Visas are the responsibility of the individual traveler, and Two Streets Back cannot accept any responsibility if you are denied entry to Japan. It is important that you have a passport that remains valid through the time you stay in Japan. Currently, based on the New Border Measures from  June 10, 2022, all...
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Travelling with
Two Streets Back

Airport Transfer As most of our tours are less than a week, and the majority of our guests choose to extend their time in Japan, airport transfers are not included.  We will, however, always assist our guests with their onward journey by providing detailed directions or reserving seats where necessary.   Accommodation Our hotel accommodation has been specially selected for both quality and location. With our preferred local accommodation rating of 3-4 stars, you can rest assured you’ll always be comfortable and well-looked after. Some of our tours use Ryokan (Japanese style Inns) or Shukubo (temple lodging). Both are Japanese style accommodation with tatami flooring and futon bedding often with...
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Airport Transfer As most of our tours are less than a week, and the majority of our guests choose to extend their time in Japan, airport transfers are not included. We will, however, always assist our guests with their onward journey by providing detailed directions or reserving seats where necessary .   Accommodation Our hotel accommodation has been specially selected for both quality and location. With our preferred local accommodation rating of 4 stars, you can rest assured you’ll always be comfortable and well-looked after. Some of our tours use Ryokan (Japanese style Inns) or Shukubo (temple lodging). Both are Japanese style accommodation with tatami flooring and futon bedding often...
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