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The international dialing code for Japan is 81.
To make an international call, you need to first dial an international dialing prefix based on where you are calling from, and then the dialing code for the country you are calling, followed by the phone number.
List of Dialing Prefixes:
List of Country Codes:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telephone_numbers_in_Japan

Telephone numbers in Japan consist of an area code, an exchange number, and a subscriber number. Contents. [hide]. 1 Dialing prefixes; 2 Types of numbers ...

www.howtocallabroad.com/japan

Complete resource on how to call Japan: country code, area codes and more ... How to call Japan from the USA/Canada: dial 011 + 81 + phone number.

www.livinglanguage.com/blog/2012/09/30/japanese-phone-numbers

Sep 30, 2012 ... Japanese phone numbers are much more complicated than American phone numbers. While American phone numbers are always ...

www.jnto.go.jp/eng/basic-info/basic-info/telephone-postal-services.html

Telephone numbers in Japan consist of an area code and a phone number ( Exchange Number + Subscriber's Number). For example: (03) 1234-5678.

countrycode.org/japan

EASY TO REMEMBER URL: 'CountryCode.org/japan' for Japan country code 81 country codes JP and Japan phone number.

tollfreeforwarding.com/virtual-phone-number/japan

Looking to raise your profile in Japan, but reluctant to open an office on the ground? A TollFreeForwarding.com number brings Japan to you by phone.

nihongoichiban.com/2011/03/21/phone-numbers-in-japanese

Mar 21, 2011 ... Each country has its own habits on how to write down a phone number and how to separate its different components. In Japan phone numbers ...

japanese.stackexchange.com/questions/14655/how-do-you-punctuate-phone-numbers-in-japanese

Given the phone number in English: (012) 345-6789. how do you write ... On my ( and others') Japanese business cards, we use spaces or ...

www.japanvisitor.com/japan-travel/trav-telephone-number

Important Telephone Numbers in Japan: see a listing of tourist information, emergency, immigration, airports, lost credit cards and embassy telephone numbers.