Hi, would anyone happen to know about any special passes for commuting in Japan that is not the JR Pass? This is for a 9 days 8 nights trip...
Saw the Skyliner Round Trip + Special Combination 2-Day Open Ticket @ ¥4,880 any idea if it's worth the price?
I will be making use of the Skyliner for traveling from the Airport if I'm getting the package to Inaricho where my hostel is at, but I'm a bit hesitant at the 2 day Tokyo Metro open ticket. I'm actually planning a Yokohama day trip and a Chiba day trip, the rest would be probably centered around the yamanote line which is operated by JR.
The JR East pass @ ¥15,000 for 3 days is a bit too short and too out of my range... orz
Hope someone can give some advice on this... Thanks many many~~~
Malaysia passport holder need to apply for Japan visa. The process fee is free for Malaysia passport.
Please visit the Singapore Japanese embassy website for all the details. Please print out all the necessary forms before going to the embassy. Saw a family went there empty handed. Had to go back and come back another day.
Eh, you can use the normal Keisei line (1000+ yen), then take a normal train loh.
Refer to my post.
btw, a lot of places which Yamanote line can go, Tokyo Metro can go as well.. =)
i went in .. but also not sure which form to help to print for fren haha
i will read again... pay slip photo right？
is the process on the spot itself ?
She is a singapore PR as well. thanks !
PR but holding a Msia passport then have to apply visa.
1- copies of passport, SG and Msia ic
2 - copies of payslips, bring original as well just in case
3 - printout of the forms, bring extra blank copies just in case.
4 - company letter, format follow the website given.
Pls note application is in morning till noon if I,m not wrong and processing takes 3 days. So u need apply 2 days leave.