Send a parcel to Japanfrom only £10.31
- Collection and drop-off service available
- Get parcel cover worth up to £50 included
- Protect your parcel up to £5000 with extra cover
- Send up to 70kg on selected services
If you’re searching for information on how to send a parcel to Japan, look no further.
To book a courier service to Japan, you’ll want to know that your couriers are secure. That’s why Parcel2Go works with renowned international courier services such as TNT, DPD and UPS to make sure that when you send a parcel to Japan, you can rest assured it’ll get there safe.
Parcel2Go’s international shipping experience means there are no surprises for you when you’re posting to Japan. Before you send your item, you’ll need to check the Japan Customs regulations to make sure your package won’t get held up.
It’s also worth considering that the day you send your parcel might have an effect on shipping times. You might experience a delay on public holidays such as bank holidays or on national non-working days (Saturday and Sunday).
If you’d like to post a parcel to Japan, read on for the best prices we can offer you and further information on shipping restrictions and customs information. Alternatively, you can jump right in by clicking the button below for a direct quote.Get a Quote
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Do I need to deal with customs when sending from the UK to Japan?
As with the majority of international deliveries, you’ll need to attach the appropriate customs labels on postage to Japan. Luckily, dealing with customs is a breeze when you book with Parcel2Go. That’s because when you place your order, we’ll send you over all the necessary forms for you to fill in to ensure that your packages get through customs hassle-free.
How much does it cost to send a parcel to Japan from the UK?
Despite having to travel almost 6000 miles, postage to Japan costs as little as £10.31 when you book with Parcel2Go. Our long-lasting relationships with expert couriers like DPD, UPS and Parcelforce means that we are able to negotiate the best prices in the industry for our customers, with loads of options available on all our services, too.
How should I address my parcel for delivery to Japan?
Writing an address when shipping to Japan follows the same rules as it does here in the UK. It’s worth noting that Japanese ZIP codes are made up of seven numbers, rather than our letter-number system.
For an in-depth look in to how to address a parcel to Japan, you can refer to this useful addressing guide put together by the Universal Postal Union.