Cost Of Japanese Postage Stamps
Here are the costs of Japanese postage stamps by category and date.
Major roads being an exception, Japanese streets don't have names. Instead of this, towns and cities are divided into (smallest to biggest) blocks, subareas, and areas. To make things a bit more complicated, houses within each of the subareas are not formerly numbered in geographical order but in the chronological order they they were created.
When written in the Japanese language, addresses start with the digital postal code, then follows the prefecture, the city and the subarea(s), and finally the name of the recipient. If written in the English language, addresses start at the recipient's first and last name and then end with prefecture and the postal code.