WHAT TO BRING BEFORE TRAVELING TO JAPAN 去日本前需要带的东西

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Is this your first time traveling to Japan? Are you worried about missing something before going to Japan? Here are some tips for you to make sure you are on track and ready to enjoy your travel:

各位鞋子们,第一次去日本旅游又不知道带些什么去吗?别急,这里的一些小提示可以帮助到你。如果还有问题就在下面留言好了,来!让我带你做点心理准备~

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Credit Card and Enough Cash 信用卡和足够的金钱

Unlike China, you can use Visa in most of the places you go. Shopping malls, trains, restaurants, and even convenience stores welcome credit cards. Make sure to tell your bank you are traveling to Japan and know your pin numbers so you can withdraw money in those convenience stores.

跟中国不一样,日本到处都能用信用卡,即使你在商店,餐厅,便利店,或坐电车都能用信用卡哦!信用卡一般都收Visa,可是因为现在中国游客也很多,很多地方都收银联。所以没有足够的钱也可以刷卡!这感觉挺爽的~

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Unlock Cell Phone and Useful Apps 手机和会用到的手机软件

If you are carrying T-mobile, you can use data roaming in Japan for free! However, if you are using other carriers, make sure to unlock your cell phone so you can buy a new sim card in Japan or else you have to rent a portable wifi which I don’t recommend; it is kind of expensive. In addition, try to download some useful apps ahead, here is a list of apps you should have in your phone:

中国这个问题不大(美国的手机都要解锁才能用),你拿手机去日本,一是去前开漫游,不然就要去机场买电话卡或租一个无线上网盒,可是租一个盒子还蛮贵的,建议开个卡什么的比较好。如何你带自己电话去日本旅游,建议以下几个apps可以用:

from left to right从左到右:

  1. Yurekuru-tells you when and where an earthquake occurs in Japan. 这是一个英文的app,它可以准确地告诉你日本什么地方有地震和震度多大。你也不想到时候有地震都不知怎么回事吧?
  2. 乗換案内-If you can read Kanji, this app is very helpful for riding a train (but if you can’t read it, just use the Google Map).  如果你能看懂中文,恭喜你!没错,这个app的技能比地图还好,它能告诉你电车什么时候到,最便宜或最短的路程是什么,而且价钱都表明在里面。我在东京每天都要靠它去玩,没有它的一天感觉失去什么一样!如果想知道怎样操作,请在下留言。
  3. Translate-if you can’t speak Japanese and need something, this is a way to communicate. 翻译工具最好是有,无论你是百度翻译还是什么,最好有一个翻译app可以让你跟日本人沟通。
  4. Map: help you not to get lost. 地图跟翻译一样,有些地方迷路了还是要靠它。

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Medicine 药

You must bring medicine while traveling in Japan because some medicine in Japan are not strong enough! Sometimes I get sick or my throat hurts. And one time I forgot to bring Tylenol or cough drops… it was kind of a painful experience… because in the end, I had to spend money to see a doctor.

这个不多说,需然日本有很多好药,可是急需要没有就惨了。我总觉得美国的药比日本的强多了,也许中国某些药比日本的好,所以带一些平时你要用的最好。

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Healthy Food 健康食品

During you travel, you might be worried about your bowel movement. But the fruits in Japan are kind of expensive as well. So bringing some healthy food, such as dried plums, will help during your travel.

这是个人意见,因本人很害怕去旅游的时候不能便便,所以尽量吃健康一点。可是日本的水果很贵,买一只香蕉都要7块人民币,还是带些干果呀什么的比较好~

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Your Favorite food or spices 你喜欢的食物或调味料

When I was in Japan, I used to miss Hot Cheetos, In-n-Out Burgers, pho with Sirracha, and etc. So make sure to bring your favorite food or spices  because they might not sell them in Japan.

小弟有时候在日本会特别怀念家乡小菜,需然自己能做,可是不一定有你需要的调味料,像老干妈呀在日本不一定有哦!还是自己带点比较方便。

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Clothes 衣物

This is a little bias of mine, but I have to tell you people in Japan dress kind of nice. Imagine you are wearing “t-shirt, jeans, and sandals”; that’s not going to work in Japan. Most girls don’t wear jeans. They don’t wear Crocs or sandals on a street unless they are home. So make sure you wear something nice or “fancy.” In addition to that, Japanese shoe sizes are pretty small. If you have big feet, make sure to bring your own shoes

美国的时尚感跟中国不一样,可是女生还是注意一下,因为日本的女生都不穿牛仔裤的,而且这里买的鞋子都比中国贵,还是从中国拿过来穿比较好。因为如果你脚板比较大,这里可能没有你想要的号码哦!

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Souvenir 土产

If you are planning to visit your friends in Japan, it is good to bring something from your country. A box of chocolate, a key chain, or a t-shirt will help! It is part of the Japanese culture and you know, it always makes people happy ’cause it means you keep them in your mind. 😉

这个就要看你有没有亲戚朋友在日本,如果你去探望他们,最好把你国家的土产送给他们。这是一种日本文化,需要懂的。而且他们收到也很开心哦!

 

If you have any questions, feel free to comment below. I will try to answer all of them.

好了,希望能帮助你们,有什么问题请下下面留言,我会尽量解答的。

 

-Ready2moo

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ready2moo

I grew up in Oakland, California, that's why I have some gangster nicknames, but I am not that ghetto because I enjoy eating. I am a snack addict, people see me eating snack everywhere. In my spare time, I like to travel. I study in UC Davis, but currently studying abroad in Meiji Gakuin University in Japan. I have visited China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and some other parts of Asia. Can't wait to share those travel stories out. Peace~

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