Working holiday visa insurance Japan WHV
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If you stay abroad at least 12 months, expat plans are also accurate for working holiday visa Japan. For example: Indigo Expat plans (min. 12 months).
Start Expat covers accident and unforseen illness. And it corresponds to a travel insurance (1 to 12 months).
Japan is an island country in East Asia. Located in the Pacific Ocean, it lies off the eastern coast of the Asian continent and stretches from the Sea of Okhotsk to the East China Sea and the Philippine Sea.
Main cities: Tokyo, Yokohama, Osaka, Nagoya
Currency: Yen (JPY)
Area: 377,975 km²
Official language: Japanese
Japan is truly timeless, a place where ancient traditions are fused with modern life as if it were the most natural thing in the world.
Source: Wikipedia, Lonely planet
Info on the working holiday visa Japan
- Age: between 18 and 30 yo (up to 25 for Australia, Canada and Republic of Korea)
- Cost of the visa: –
- Duration max: 12 months
- Quota: yes (cf link working holiday Japan here after)
- Requirements: approx. 4 500 Euro / “Possessing reasonable funds for the maintenance of his/her stay during the initial period of stay in Japan” + flight tickets
- Insurance: WHV insurance required
- Jobs: “Participants in the working holiday programmes are allowed to engage in employment as an incidental activity of their holidays for the purpose of supplementing their travel funds…”
- Renewal: not possible (extension is possible for Australia, Canada and Republic of Korea)
Update: August 2020
WHV form and request
Useful links for working holiday visa Japan
First of all, please find here after useful web pages for medical and security aspects:
Then, you can have a look on this web site:
Legal considerations for working holiday visa Japan
Please note that subscribing to an international health insurance does not free you from local regulation. Our plans are not substitute for local mandatory insurances. The above data are just for information, and does not represent a legal advise or an advise.