How to travel from Japan to Tibet?
Every Traveler from other Nationals admires Japanese Travelers who are traveling to Tibet and China because Japanese Passport holders will have 15 days free visa in China including Tibet so that makes it much much easier for Japanese Travelers to travel Tibet.
China visa is sometimes difficult to obtain if Travelers doesn't get the right information. Every Travel agencies explain different ways about the China visa, making it bit complicated but in reality, it is not difficult to obtain but it does take time so that makes it much easier for Japanese Travelers to travel Tibet.
This is a great news for all the Japanese Passport holder Travelers since many highlights trips in Tibet Travelers website are less than 10 days so Japanese Travelers can have few more days to spend in China before traveling to Tibet.
We do wish Japanese Travelers get 30 days free visa in future so Japanese Travelers can travel to Mount Kailash, which takes around 20 days in total including the days of flight from Japan to China and to Tibet.
From Japan, the best ways to travel Tibet is taking a flight from Tokyo to Chengdu, Shanghai, Guangzhou or Beijing.
Japanese Travelers can also travel to Tibet via taking a flight to any cities in China and after taking a train to Tibet.
Tibet Travelers have arranged tours for Travelers from Japan and we are delighted to welcome all the Japanese Travelers to travel to Tibet.
Photo: Shigatse Tashilhunpo monastery
Japan is one of the Nations where Buddhism is the main religion, we Tibetans have also heard the greatness of Zen Buddhism teachings.
Tibet is also a region where Buddhism is a major religion so Tibet Travelers recommend Japanese Travelers to visit Tibet and witness the beauties of Tibetan Buddhism and Nature in Tibet.
Tibet Travelers can also arrange Japanese speaking Tibetan Tour Guide to have easier communication while traveling in Tibet.
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