Visa requirements for entry into Japan
Citizens of countries other than Japan must carry a valid passport to enter Japan. Participants requiring visas should contact the Japanese Embassy, Consulate, or Office of Tourism in their home country as soon as possible to determine their particular visa requirements. The application process for a visa should be commenced well before the start of the conference (preferably two months, or more).
The Secretariat can issue a signed Invitation Letter and other necessary documents to those participants who have completed both the registration and payment, and need a visa. Once you have registered and made your payment, download the Application Form for the Invitation Letter from the Joint IcAUMS-ISAMMA 2020 website, fill in all appropriate items, and send it to the Joint IcAUMS-ISAMMA 2020 Secretariat. Upon confirmation of payment, the Invitation Letter will be issued and sent to you. Be sure to provide your full name and complete mailing address so that the signed Invitation Letter can then be mailed to you via standard mail service.
Please note that the Joint IcAUMS-ISAMMA 2020 Secretariat cannot contact or intervene with any Japanese Embassy or Consulate office abroad on your behalf. Also, please note that the Invitation Letter does not imply a commitment from the conference organizers to provide any form of financial support.
The following page contains more information about visa requirements for Japan: https://www.mofa.go.jp/j_info/visit/visa/index.html If anything is not clear please contact your nearest Japanese Embassy or Consulate for advice.