Japan is a country with a lot of strict rules. Tourists coming to Japan in addition to admiring the beautiful scenery, you should learn about the culture, customs of the locals and the rules here to make the trip smooth.

5 rules travelers to Japan must know
The country of cherry blossom is famous for its many interesting and interesting places to explore. Visitors here will experience a variety of exciting activities. In order not to get in trouble and easily explore this place, tourists should pay attention to the following issues.

1. Always have a passport with you
At any time, the Japanese police conduct a personal inspection of each person. Therefore, if you meet the police on the road, you need to show your passport to verify your identity. If you do not have a passport, you will be taken to the police station for questioning. Besides, Japanese tour visitors can be fined up to 200,000 yen (about 42 million) for violations.

2. Not allowed to work in Japan
If you come to Japan as a tourist, you are not allowed to do anything here, even the smallest. Visitors can visit temples, castles, parks, enjoy attractive food, buy souvenirs for friends, ... You absolutely must not do any work because this is the view is illegal behavior. Tourists can be fined with a huge amount of money or banned from re-entering the country for a number of years (maybe a decade).

3. Certain medicines are not allowed on entry
Tourists in Japan are allowed to bring only over-the-counter (OTC) medicines. However, there are also some drugs that are considered illegal, tourists are not allowed to bring. Especially in medicines there are ingredients that this country prohibits. For information about legal or illegal drugs in Japan, travelers should check the website of the Japanese Embassy in Vietnam. In addition, tourists can call the ambassador's office or ask the embassy staff specific information about this issue for the most accurate advice.

4. No smoking in public places
Visitors to Japan cannot smoke in public. In some Japanese cities, there will be separate smoking areas, located outside the train stations or office buildings, parks, etc. Particularly the areas of restaurants, airports, fast food will have smoking areas. Private medicine in a small, closed room. Train routes and car routes all have separate smoking places for guests. Therefore, everyone should abide by this regulation, if violating can be fined up to 20,000 yen (about 4 million).

5. Age allowed to drink alcohol
For Japanese people, 20 years old is the legal age to drink alcohol. If you are not old enough, do not drink because you will be fined with a heavy fine. This will affect the travel journey in the land of cherry blossoms.

Hopefully 5 strict rules for visitors to Japan need to know to equip themselves with useful knowledge when stopping here. Whether you come to this country at any time, you should follow the above rules to make the trip smoothly.

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