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Japanese Emergency Services warn against climbing during the off-season (September-June) which is considered especially dangerous.
Standard travel insurance policies generally exclude dangerous or extreme activities such as mountain climbing.
These routine military exercises usually take place in February/March and August/September.
Japan generally has a low rate of crime but foreigners can be targeted by criminals, especially in bars and nightclubs. There have been reports of bars and night clubs (particularly in the Roppongi and Kabuki-cho entertainment areas of Tokyo) targeting foreigners for overcharging, fraudulent credit card charges, drink spiking, illegal drugs and, in some cases, assault.
There has been an increase in bear sightings, and some attacks, in Northern Japan.
In general, roads are vehicles in Japan are well-maintained and traffic is orderly.
Historically, there has been heightened rhetoric from the DPRK during annual ROK/US military exercises.
If you are denied entry, you cannot appeal the decision.
In other circumstances (long-term stay, study, employment) you'll need to get a visa before you travel.
If you are forced to hand over your passport, contact the Embassy for advice.
If your passport is lost or stolen, you must notify the Australian Government as soon as possible.