Do I need a return flight to enter Japan?
I've heard mixed messages on this. I'm going to Japan on December 14th and plan to stay for most of the 90 maximum days allowed after entry.
However, what I heard is an airline can stop you from boarding a plane bound for Japan if you don't have proof of a flight ticket out of the country. Or if not the airline, it is possible that Japanese security will ask for proof of an ongoing ticket upon arrival.
The reason I wonder about this is because I would rather not have to choose the exact date that I will depart the country. I went to Japan once before, but during that instance I had already purchased a return flight so the whole issue never arose.
Any info you can provide on this will be greatly appreciated.
#1 Posted: 10/12/2013 - 09:18
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