Japan to allow in foreign tourists from June 10
Japan will allow foreign tourists on package tours from June 10, reopening tourism, suspended for more than two years The easing of restrictions will apply to those from a list of low-risk countries based on the Covid-19 situation. Japan closed its borders to overseas visitors since the pandemic began in 2020.
Until a few months ago, it had also prohibited the entry of people with the new student, work, or business visas to prevent the coronavirus spread.
Currently, 10,000 travelers are allowed to enter the country daily, including Japanese citizens, foreign residents, people with study visas or work visas, and short-term business travelers. The limit will be increased to 20,000 in June.
Follow all official instructions. Allow additional time for immigration and health screenings. Confirm international flight reservations. Closely monitor national travel advisories, as additional restrictions to and from Japan are possible.