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ESTA, tourist visa, B visa etc.. What is the best and easiest way to enter the Us from japan? And how long is each way I mentioned above for?

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I am afraid, it will be a long journey any way to take, plane or ship of both, before you would be able to actually enter US. As far as documents are concerned, you can use any listed in your post. ESTA is probably going to take less time than others to obtain but will allow you to only stay for three months with no extension available.

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The easiest would be the Electronic System for Travel authorization (ESTA). It is a fast and easy in that it removes the need for you to obtain a US travel visa if you are visiting the USA for business or pleasure.

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