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|Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by davodyguy: 11:18am On Oct 10, 2015|
Kindly share your experience about how easy/ hard it was for you in obtaining Japanese visa from Abuja Nigeria and your experience at POE and stay within the country
|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by SkinnyDude(m): 1:02pm On Oct 10, 2015|
japanese visa be like independent 9ja girls'. it is rare. hard to see and get
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|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by davodyguy: 1:54pm On Oct 10, 2015|
Yes and No
I received an email from Japan on why they've refused to give Nigerians visa.
They said many Nigerians do abscond in Japan after entering the country.
I was given mine within 3 days
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|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by gowaga68: 8:09pm On Oct 10, 2015|
|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by moonraker(m): 4:07am On Oct 16, 2015|
So this thread was brought to my attention by a nairalander. I am not sure what else needs to be said on here. however if anyone has any
questions, you can post it right here and i will do my best to respond.
One thing i must stress though, is that getting the visa from Nigeria is the hard part, going thru the POE is the easy part..
For years, some Nigerians has spoilt our countries name here, especially in Tokyo (Especially the igbos and yorubas). I have no beef against
any of this ethnicities but i am only stating the fact. From pimping ladies on the streets of roppongi, to drugs, etc.
On the flipside, We have serious minded Nigerians here who earn their living the legit way, from oil and gas, education sector, IT sector etc.
There was even a Yoruba guy by the name of Bobby Ologun ( look him on the internet for more information) who was very popular.
Sorry least i forget, knowning the Japanese language is key if you want to succeed here... If you dont know the language, you will be
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|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by davodyguy: 7:43am On Oct 16, 2015|
Thank Goodness you showed up
Sent you a mail, which you didn't reply.
Need advice Ooo
Destination, Chiyoda Ku
NRT or HND?
HND flight = 10:45 pm arrival time
Taxi to chiyoda 8000 ¥
NRT flight 7:30pm
Taxi to Chiyoda Ku 24,000 ¥
Which one is cost effective and distance short?
|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by moonraker(m): 3:50pm On Oct 16, 2015|
Lol sorry bro... to be honest, your email was perceived as you got everything under control...
With regards to your question, i guess you will have to consider the cost of the ticket....Flying into HND though would be my recommendation
because its in central Tokyo, compared to Narita....
Have you considered taking the bus?? its more cheaper if you ask me
|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by moonraker(m): 3:51pm On Oct 16, 2015|
bus service from haneda airport (HND)
|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by davodyguy: 4:09pm On Oct 16, 2015|
Many thanks for the response.
My aunt just booked NRT, whereas all my mind has been on HND but the late night arrival is my challenge.
Flight arrives NRT by 5;30pm Japanese time.
|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by davodyguy: 4:10pm On Oct 16, 2015|
Let me check for NRT
|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by davodyguy: 6:46pm On Oct 25, 2015|
Finally entered Japan today oo
Arrived at 20:30pm , 25/10/15 that would be around 12:30pm Nigerian time.
Face two Immigration officers and got cleared.
They didn't even ask about money I took, though my PP showed BTA of 3.5k USD.
But I forgot a document with them and didn't know if I should go back to them.
One Nigerian based in Japan at the airport said, 'No I shouldn't go back to pick my documents, that the Japanese are this and that. The guy discouraged me, but I sumed up courage and went back to them, since I entered Japan legally.
I got to them and explained myself. They asked for my PP, checked and gave me NY documents back.
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|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by davodyguy: 7:09pm On Oct 25, 2015|
Landed in Narita Int.
We went to Marita express and took train.
Got ticket to Suidobashi. One from Narita to Tokyo station and the other to Suidobashi.
When we got to Tokyo, I was lost patapata. Saw the only Japanese who could speak English and he helped me out.
He said the Suidobashi train stopped and I have to go through Kunda and ochaomizu at subo line.
On getting to Ochanonizu, no one could speak in English, then I knew I was in for it.
I just walked up a staircase from the underground to the normal ground level.
Not knowing when to turn to, saw this couple and walked up to them telling my predicament. Time now 11:30pm Japanese time.
They couldn't English too well. The guy was trying, but the lady is zero.
Cab man, not fit speak A and B. We had to use car Navigation system to trace Suidobashi in Chiyoda Ku.
These couple had to join me in the cab to lead me to the hotel themselves.
The cab billed me ¥1000 yen from Ochanomizu to Suidobashi. It was the car that calculated the fare on the metre board.
We got to the hotel, I booked from Nigeria via Booking. com and these couple finally said their good bye.
I thanked them a lot and prayed for them.
Moral is that don't enter as a stranger to anywhere in the night, except you have a strong lead
|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by moonraker(m): 9:44pm On Oct 25, 2015|
lol told ya... very happy u made it to your hotel in one piece...
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|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by davodyguy: 11:27pm On Oct 25, 2015|
I was really scared especially when those couple agreed to escort me. What if they connive with the cab man to attack me at 12:00am?
Anyway na food remain now oo.
What can I eat that looks Nigerian?
|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by moonraker(m): 8:49am On Oct 26, 2015|
Or you could try out different cuisines...
really though.... try out sushi (raw fish) takoyaki (Octopus)..... etc
|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by davodyguy: 10:52am On Oct 26, 2015|
No be me and you.
I saw raw fish mixed inside rice.
Ate only octopus paul
|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by moonraker(m): 12:34pm On Oct 26, 2015|
lol calm down bro... Heres my take on issues like this. it is always a good idea to hmmm i dont know, experience and participate in cultures..
You have this rare chance, i suggest you make use of it to the fullest... speaking of which... you should take some pictures and post them on
here for everyone to see i guess.... do you have a number?
|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by davodyguy: 5:13pm On Oct 26, 2015|
Roamed my MTN, but too expensive at N250/ min
|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by Neyoalao(m): 10:27pm On Oct 27, 2015|
davodyguy:following your post now bumper to bumper but you didn't mention how you were able to obtain the visa..... Someone someday might need it,
|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by davodyguy: 4:08pm On Oct 28, 2015|
Japan is a very very beautiful country.
The people here are very neat. Cars are beautiful.
The people here are well cultured and mannered. Very respectful.
Nice and jovial.
The only problem is language and food.
I cant eat any of the food here.
They give us raw meat, fish, cray fish etc.
They have very beautiful ladies here.
Electricity is 100000000% stable
Road Network over super.
Would love to come back here, but the distance is just too much.
Ill be coming back on Saturday, will stop over in Dubai or Doha.
May God bless those that developed this country like this
Will post more pictures for you guys
|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by davodyguy: 7:36pm On Oct 28, 2015|
We went for boat cruise.
It was fun around Tokyo waters last night, 28/10/15.
Its 3:26am 29th October now in Japan and 7:27pm 28th october in Nigeria
|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by davodyguy: 7:38pm On Oct 28, 2015|
|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by komia: 1:42am On Oct 29, 2015|
Japanese are decent and honest people. If you are still around I can show you the big city. Just saw your post today.
|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by davodyguy: 1:19pm On Oct 29, 2015|
Haha. Just seeing this.
Would be returning tomorrow by 9;30pm. Japan time.
Couldnt do much today. Things are damn expensive
Went from suidobashi to Odaiba beach and from there to Akihabara and back to suidobashi.
Didn't really have fun today
I have up till 5;00 Pm tomorrow to enjoy
|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by davodyguy: 1:21pm On Oct 29, 2015|
I have lost so much weight cos i cant eat their food.
Stuck with McDonald only
|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by TERRYgbaa(m): 9:25pm On Oct 31, 2015|
What is the process for a tourist visit, visting with my family, thanks
|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by davodyguy: 9:29pm On Oct 31, 2015|
Check their website.
Its very easy.
Just do a Google search Japanese embassy in Nigeria, download the form, fill and attach supporting documents with statements from the bank.
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|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by TERRYgbaa(m): 6:57am On Nov 01, 2015|
Thanks davodyguy, what's the minimum balance to have?, I would be staying only a week and I have 4.5m acc balance and my wife has 1.5m acc balance what are my chances of getting the visa ? thanks again and we have paid 50% of a booked tour in Japan..
|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by davodyguy: 7:26am On Nov 01, 2015|
If I get you right, that's about N6.5m.
You'll get the visa.
I'm in church now, will tell you later
|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by TERRYgbaa(m): 8:16am On Nov 01, 2015|
Ok man, till I hear from you, later
|Re: Japanese Visa And Travelling To Japan by davodyguy: 11:22am On Nov 01, 2015|
Check this site for the basic requirements for tourism visa
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