Japan Letter of Explanation
A lot of people are interested to go to Japan because of the cheap flights being offered by some local airlines here in the Philippines. I received a lot of inquiries on Getting A Japan Tourist Visa in the Philippines without Income Tax Return especially on how I wrote my letter of explanation. Now, here’s a screenshot of the draft I wrote last year.
This letter I wrote was the second time I applied for a visa which the intention is to get a multiple entry visa. I wasn’t granted for the multiple entry, but I am still happy that they granted me a single-entry tourist visa.
Greet them in Japanese
Be Honest and Clear with your Intentions in traveling to Japan
I think one reason why I wasn’t granted a multiple entry visa is because I don’t have any proof of employment as what I have mentioned in my letter, I quit my job and do volunteer work. What’s important is Embassy of Japan granted me a tourist visa to get in Japan the second time around on the same year.
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To get that Japan tourist visa, you have to show that in your bank certificate, you have enough money to travel in Japan. Although it is expensive, I was able to get around on a low budget. Aside from bank certificate, I also submitted the original copy of Stock Investment Certification.
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Write the letter of explanation by hand
To make it more authentic, I wrote my letter of explanation by hand.
Everyone has its own explanation of getting a visa. I am just sharing you here how I wrote mine and hope this will give you an idea. Why do you love to go to Japan?
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Roxanne is an aspiring digital nomad. A virtual assistant since October 2009. She is a hobbyist blogger, photographer and travels a lot.