Japan, one of the world’s last significant holdouts during the pandemic, is dissolving its Coronavirus restrictions and opening its country to mass tourism.
Japan, with its interesting blend of dynamic metropolitan culture and regular magnificence, the country is now lifting its tight restriction regulations on foreign travelers.
As indicated by Taro Kono, Japan’s minister of Digital Affairs, Japan is at long last opening its boundary to the world. Visa waiver is back, no day as far as possible, with free individual visits.
Meanwhile, the country’s Prime Minister, Fumio Kishida has shared this:
“Japan will reopen the border,” the tweet said. “Visa waiver is back, no daily limit and free individual visits.” The new policies start on October 11.
“We will lift the ceiling of the number of entrants into Japan, lift the ban on individual travel and lift the ban over visa-less travel.”
Expounding on the lifting of restrictions, Kishida said:
“On the same day, we plan to launch a campaign to offer domestic travel discounts and event discounts to residents of Japan and hope that many citizens will take advantage of the offer to support the hotel, travel and entertainment sectors that have suffered enormous blows during the pandemic.”
The move denotes a significant strategy shift after almost and half years of severe Coronavirus limitations on who could enter the country and under what conditions.
The restrictions have included caps for the everyday number of appearances permitted, tight testing rules for the Covid and prerequisites to join tour groups to visit.