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JAPAN

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THINGS TO DO
TOP FESTIVALS
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Food & Drinks
WHAT TO PACK

TRAVEL IN JAPAN

If you're looking for an exciting and action packed holiday, you've come to the right place. Japan is a cultural heavyweight, home to a fascinating whirlwind of experiences. Check out the Edo Period districts at UNESCO listed Kanazawa, hit the slopes at Niseko ski resort, trek in the Japanese Alps or party until dawn in the Tokyo clubs. Whatever you're into, a Japan travel adventure is sure to deliver.
Fast Facts
Language: Japanese
Currency: Yen
Electricity: 100V
Visas: Click here to see if you need a visa to enter Japan
Dialing Code: +81
Time Zone: (GMT+09:00)
ABOUT CONTIKI
From quick breaks to epic journeys, Contiki exists to connect young travellers with the time of their lives.

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WHAT TO PACK?

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Slip-ons - Because many places require you to leave your footwear at the door.

A camera - You wouldn't seriously come to the spiritual home of the camera without bringing your own, would you? Failing that, head to the electronics epicenter of Akihabara and treat yourself to an upgrade.

A translator app - English isn't widely spoken outside the major cities and signs are generally written only in Japanese. For anything from reading menus to getting off the train right train station, a translator app can be a godsend!

Streamlined luggage - Space is at a premium on Japanese public transport, so pack light if you're planning on using the trains.

An adapter plug - Japan's electrical sockets are similar to those in the USA, with comparable voltage. Europeans will need an adapter plug.

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