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Osaka-Tokyo Immigration Travel

snowwhite
snowwhite
almost 3 years ago
4 responses

Hi Daniel
Good day!

I wanted to ask for example.I will travel from Philippines to Osaka and stay 5days and then Travel Osaka to Tokyo and stay for 6days. Is it allowed to depart in Tokyo(Narita) even if I entered in Osaka? Is there any complications in the immigration or is it mandatory to depart only to where I also arrived? Im traveling with Visa (wth sponsorship).

Hoping for reply. Thanks!

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Daniel-san
16045 posts
almost 3 years ago
Expert

Hello there,

Immigration is mostly about controlling who enters the country, not who leave. It will be no problem entering Japan from one point and leaving from an other.

Hope this helps,
Daniel


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