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The IATA has an online resource to answer these type of questions. It seems (after entering some random data), that you need a visa.
Yes, you will need a visa. Only Japanese passport holders (and holders of passports from other visa-waiver countries) can take advantage of a waived visa, not people who work in Japan under a foreign passport.
It will certainly depend on where you're from as to whether you need a visa - some countries don't need visas to visit either. However, assuming you need visas, then yes, you need two separate visas. They are not the same country, and while there are some reciprocal agreements for some citizens (I'm a NZer and can work visa-free in Australia), for ...
They are 2 different countries and what visa you require for each all depends on what country you are from. New Zealand If you are from a 'visa-waiver country' you don't need to apply for a visa beforehand. You simply turn up with proof of onward travel and proof that you have enough funds to maintain your trip in NZ. You will be issued a visa on arrival. ...
Yes, you will need a visa for Australia and another for New Zealand. They are different countries I do not know what makes you think one visa will be enough. Even kangaroos live in Australia but not in New Zealand :) Anyway there is an exception to that, if you hold a Australian permanent residence visa or a current Australian resident return visa then you ...
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