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yup i gave them the actual itr since i had a duplicate. i presented bank certification of approximately P150-200k.
b|ued how about the itinerary? Did you do it yourself? When I looked at the website of the Japanese embassy it seems like the requirements for the visitor visa mentioned there is for persons joining a package tour (but I assume it's also applicable for tourists with DIY itineraries).
i made a DIY itinerary
^^yes, that's really cheap for a single room. usually kasi dorm/youth hostel type yang ganyang rate.
and it's even 2,100 this season.
Hmm, the ones i've stayed in usually have curtains for the beds. With regards to your stuff, well Japanese are generally honest people but again, you can't trust anybody. I suggest you padlock your bag--that's what I did since your bag is just exposed.
Capsule hotels are usually more expensive.
Also, make sure to visit the Nihonbashi station, you will find almost everything you want their in Osaka.
^ mas mukhang bagong renovate yung south. although lobby lang yung binanggit. dati, mirror image sila kaya pareho lang. in fact, yung malaking communal bath (with sauna) nila ay iisa lang. i mean guests of both hotels use the same bath facility.
walang gaanong magawa sa area na yun. pero okay lang sa akin dahil nasa ibang lugar naman ako kung daytime at late na ang balik sa hotel. pero merong mga "izakaya" (local bars) atsaka meron ding 100yen shop sa malapit. dun ako bumubili ng snacks bago pumasok sa hotel.
i'm inclined to find a place to stay in shinsaibashi or dotombori/dotonbori area sana. does anyone have a suggestion?
how long ang travel from osaka to tokyo? bus ba? or by train?
You can also take the more expensive bullet train (shinkansen) which will take about 4 hours (depending on how many stops it makes).
bring your passport while shopping para may tax exemption.