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Japan is among the top five safest nations to visit. Although Japan is prone to face various geographic anomalies, it is still safe because these occurrences are rare. Japan ranked fifth in the world for safety and security as per the 2019 Global Peace Index. Besides, Japan ranked ninth out of 162 countries inthe Global Peace Index (the Institute for Economics and Peace) that measures peacefulness. You can see children traveling alone in the subway, people leaving keys in the car with the engine running, and keeping doors of houses unlocked. You can move anywhere, fearlessly.
Bowing is a traditional greeting in Japan to show respect and courtesy. Do bow when people bow to you and do not come up until they do, you can come up before them if you are their superior. Do not bow to children or after buying something at a store. Handshake is also acceptable upon meeting. Japanese handshake may be limp with little or no eye contact.
Local people address using the first name. Last names are used with polite attachment san(Mr./Ms.) or sensei (for physicians, teachers, politicians) after the name.
Say no to any individual (even if you are familiar) who asks you to carry a package to Japan on their behalf. A large number of travelers are being used as unwitting drug couriers. Earlier, unsuspecting tourists have faced criminal charges, penalties, and long jail sentences.
Several car rental companies are found sitting with desks in the arrivals hall at terminal 1 and 2, including Nippon Rent-A-Car, Toyota, Nissan, Times, and Orix. Navigation gets more comfortable with the English GPS system in most of the cars. With these cards, you can cost-effectively explore beyond Tokyo.
If you have an earlier flight or late arrival, you may have to stay at one of the nearby hotels, including a capsule hotel directly connected to Terminal 2.
Keisei Skyliner takes nearly about 40 minutes to take you to the north of Tokyo, reaching Nippori and Ueno. Later, you can connect to the Yamanote Line that circles central Tokyo. Japan Rail Pass can not be used here.
Keisei and Airport Limousine buses allow you to travel to major hotel destinations, sightseeing spots, and other transportation hubs along with direct bus service to Tokyo Disney Resort. These buses pick up at each terminal. Buy tickets from the ticket counter in the arrival hall.
Japan is an island nation in East Asia. The contemporary modern culture has absorbed influences from Asia, Europe, and North America. It has seen a lot of change over the millennia. Multiple Chinese dynasties also influenced Japanese culture from ancient times to the Middle Ages. This is the reason that the Japanese language uses Chinese characters(Kanji) for writing without a genetic relationship with the Chinese. Shinto and Buddhism are the prominent religions in Japan. Honshu, Hokkaido, Shikoku, and Kyushu are the most populous islands in Japan among around 690 islands.
Japanese value loyalty, politeness, personal responsibility, determination, hard work, and working together for the larger interest. The Japanese are concerned with minor details, and their pedantry is comparable to the German pedantry. Japanese are more formal and conservative, and they accept you if you show respect and humility. Tipping is not a practice among ordinary people in Japan. If you leave extra money, the waiter may chase you and return it. Punctuality is appreciated in all business and social meetings.
Below are the list of things NOT to do in Japan: First, Remove your shoes before moving into a Japanese home, school, or temple. Second, Burping or blowing nose at the table is considered rude in Japan. Third, cover your mouth when using a toothpick. Forth, staring, standing too close, or touching a Japanese person is considered rude. Fifth, avoid using the number "four," for it is associated with death for Japanese. Sixth, do not walk on the wrong side. Pedestrians and vehicles both follow the rule of staying to the left strictly. Seventh, do not cross your legs. It is considered improper behavior. Last but not the least, if you eat while walking, local people may construe that you are taking food too casually without respect for people who grew or made it. You are supposed to cherish your food.
Avoid all travel to Fukushima nuclear power plant and the surrounding area where nuclear accidents took place, and atomic radiation was a concern. As per the report of the United Nations Scientific Committee, by early 2020, the area will be safe for habitation with no radiation-related health effects.
Plan your itinerary with our list of top tourist attractions & things to do in Japan which goes like this: Mount Fuji, Kinkaku-Ji, Kiyomizu-Dera, Fushimi Inari Taisha, Arashiyama, Tokyo Tower & Meiji Jingu. These places are based on traveler visits and local insights.
Summer lasts from June to August in Japan. Clothes to include in your packing list for your Japan tour in summer are lightweight cottons and linen, comfortable clothing that dries quickly in humid weather, hat to avoid sunburn, light raincoat or jacket for June and July.
December, January and February are the months of snowy weather for island, alps and seacoast region in Japan. Tokyo receives no snowfall. You can plan your outfit accordingly what region in Japan you are traveling to. You should pack warm clothing, winter coat/ski jacket or similar. If traveling to the north, your shoes are suitable for snow. Don't forget to take thermal innerwear for skiing, trekking, and climbing activities.