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  1. Hey guys, back to this forum again and feels great.........! I am planning for a week's holiday to Tokyo in April. I require a tourist visa to enter Japan and am prepared to get one. How easy or difficult would it be to acquire a Tourist visa for a family of 3 to Japan for a Australian permanent resident? Has anyone been in my shoes before? How much cash would they need to see in the bank? Do they accept credit card (funds available) balance? Do they generally interview you or is it just the docs they need to see? I tried calling the consulate's office in Sydney and the person i spoke to wasn't that helpful. Can anyone shed some light on this?
  2. I've just applied for my PR (!) from Australia and I clicked on the icon to check where to get my Health Check done, and the nearest centre is in Japan - is this for real? When I look on the immigration website, the only countries available where you can get a health check are outside Australia. Am I missing something here? Or do I need to start packing my kimono and looking forward to authentic sushi?
  3. Why can't these two companies grow up and start working together. A few weeks ago Apple won an order to stop Samsung with their galaxy and now Samsung are coming back at Apple:wub::no: Maybe we should look at legal action between Mc Donalds and Hungry Jacks, because they both sell burgers:wideeyed: SOUTH Korea's Samsung Electronics says it is trying to block the sale of Apple's newest iPhone in Japan and Australia, escalating its legal battle with the US giant after several setbacks. Samsung said in a statement on Monday it had filed for preliminary injunctions in courts in Tokyo and NSW, seeking a ban on sales of the iPhone 4S on the grounds it infringes Samsung's technology patents. It said it is also seeking a sales ban on the iPhone 4 and iPad2 in Japan. "Apple has continued to violate our patent rights and free-ride on our technology. We will no longer stand idly by and will steadfastly protect our intellectual property," the company said.
  4. Guest

    Looting in Japan

    Why hasn't there been any??? Every time there is a disaster in any country you always hear reports of the locals going on looting sprees and grabbing anything that isn't bolted down. I might be biased as I have a Japanese wife but I think there's a lot we can learn from the Japanese about respect and discipline.
  5. PommyPaul

    Earthquake in japan!!

    Anyone watching the news!! huge earthquake hit japan and they've been hit by tsunamis as well!! australia is on tsunami watch
  6. My friends at Best Flights have given me details of a sale that combines flights on Finnair, Cathay Pacific, Qantas, British Airwys & Japan Airlines . Fares as low as $1579.00 including all taxes and charges. The sale details are as follows. Details Sale to 50 Cities via Asia & Japan Oct 09-Aug 10 Information Looking to travel to Europe but wish to visit a few exciting Asian cities along the way? Then look no further! This fantastic fare is valid for travel through to August 2010! Hurry sale ends 31st of October 2009! Check out this Finnair, Cathay Pacific, Qantas, British Airwys & Japan Airlines combo which allows travel to the UK & Europe via Asia and/or Japan! The possibilities are endless!! You can choose to fly to Bangkok, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Tokyo, Seoul, Delhi, Osaka or Nagoya with Qantas, British Airways, Cathay Pacific or Japan Airlines. You will then pick up a Finnair flight to any of the following cities via Helsinki... Amsterdam - Barcelona - Berlin - Brussels - Budapest - Bucharest - Copenhagen - Dusseldorf - Ekaterinburg - Frankfurt - Gothenburg - Geneva - Hamburg - Helsinki - Ivalo - Joensuu - Jyvaskyla - Kiev - Kajaani - Kuusamo - Kittila - Kokkola - Kuopio - Istanbul - Stuttgart - St Petersburg - Tallinn - Turku - Tampere - Lisbon - Ljubljana - London - Madrid - Manchester - Milan - Moscow - Munich - Oslo - Oulu - Paris - Prague - Riga - Rome - Rovaniemi - Stockholm - Vaasa - Vienna - Verona - Warsaw - Zurich. Not all cities are available on all airlines, options will depend on flight routings. This fare requires you to fly with Finnair in both directions between Asia and your final destination. There is a maximum stay away of 5 months. You are allowed to stop in Asia in each direction as well as Helsinki if continuing on to another European destination. Please be aware that flight restrictions may apply. A non-refundable deposit of $165.00 per person is paid at time of booking. Full payment is required within 3 days of booking confirmation and as by no later than the 31st of October 2009. Please PM if you are interested in booking this fare and I will pass on the details of how to make reservations. Please note that I am posting this as a service to PIO members only,I will recieve no commission for this and accept no responsibilty for failures on behalf of third parties.
  7. nurse sue

    Japan airlines

    Can any one give me the heads up on this airline Thank you:skeptical:
  8. cazzydee

    Police check from Japan

    Just wondering whether anyone on this site has required a police check from Japan and if so, how long did it take?
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