Japan is an island nation in East Asia. It is situated in the Pacific Ocean and shares boundaries with China, North and South Korea, Russia, Taiwan, the Sea of Japan, the Sea of Okhotsk, and the East China Sea. There are 6,852 islands that make up this country, most of which are hilly and many of which are volcanic. The emperor serves as the head of state and the prime minister serves as the head of government in this parliamentary monarchy. In Japan’s free-market economy, the cost of products and services is decided by the market. Japan participates in both the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) (TPP).
The propensity of the Japanese to work very hard is widely recognized. Respect for others, especially their parents and superiors, is taught to children. They are taught to put the demands of their family or business before their own. The cuisine of Japan is very different from that of the West. Rice, fish, and vegetables abound, but meat is in short supply. With no dairy or fat, this diet is exceptionally healthful and contributes to Japanese people living longer than those from other countries.
The only country in the world having a current emperor is Japan. Emperors are regarded highly as a representation of the nation’s traditions and unity while having little real authority. The second World war completely destroyed Japan’s economy. But the diligent effort and creative ingenuity of the Japanese people helped it turn around, and it is today the second-largest economy in the world. Some of the most well-known electronic devices in the world are produced by Japan’s high-tech sector.
Fill out the inquiry form at AUS Study Center
fill out the visa application form
Submit all the required documents
AUS Study will submit your documents to your preferred college/university
The college/university will then submit the visa application to the Immigration Bureau in Japan on your behalf.
2-3 months to issue and receive COE
Once you receive the COE with visa application form, photos and valid passport have to be submitted to the Japanese embassy.
The Embassy will issue you the actual student visa which can take anywhere from 3 – 7 days.
You are now in possession of a brand new Japanese student visa!