Why Register?

Main advantages of Japan Specialist Programme

‘Japan Specialist Program’ strives to equip travel planners and travel enthusiasts with the necessary info so as to familiarize them with the culture and help them become specialized travel advisors of Japan.
A travel plan provider who knows about the food, the climate, the culture, the routes, the many things to do while in Japan, will be able to craft better travel experiences for potential travellers. The badge of ‘Japan Specialist’, that you earn on successfully passing the tests modules adds to your credentials helping you market your travel plans more effectively.
As a successful badge winner you also can participate in the fully paid trip to Japan contest— a FAM Trip—where you see and experience Japan first hand before you create your own travel packages.
A Japan specialist also has exclusive access to promotion offers and deals rolled out from time to time.
Just register and start your Japan Specialist Program to participate.

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FAQs

As a Japan specialist you will be entitled to exclusive offers and deals. Qualifying candidates will also have a chance to visit Japan for FAM trips and other organized tours.

Indian food is popular in Japan too. There are over Japan 2900+ Indian restaurants in Japan that offer a wide range of pure vegetarian, vegan and non vegetarian Indian dishes. Typical Indian dishes like Dal Makhni, Dal Tadka, Rajma, Chole, Bhindi, Mixed veg, Pulao, Aloo Ghobi etc can be found on most Indian restaurant menus.

In Japan, you can choose the kind of accommodation that suits you best depending on the price range and the amenities made available. You can take your pick from a range of options: from the most expensive luxury hotels to traditional accommodation like the traditional rokans; from budget friendly hostels and dormitories to capsule hotels.

Application forms can be downloaded in the link below Application forms can be downloaded in the link below. www.mofa.go.jp/j_info/visit/visa/short/other_visa.html

Temporary Visitor entry status, according to Japanese Immigration Law, allows a stay in Japan of 15 days or 90 days for "sight-seeing, etc." If you apply for a "stay for sight-seeing" when you enter Japan, entry personnel will stamp your passport as "Temporary Visitor," as shown below. In order to receive or use JAPAN RAIL PASS, your passport must bear this stamp or sticker. Japan Rail Pass has eligibility criteria. Please see the following page for detail: http:/japanrailpass.net/en/about_jrp.html