Japan to Reopen International Borders

DALLAS – Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has announced that the country will reopen its borders to international air travel from October 11.

At a news conference in New York City, Kishida said, “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.”

The move follows almost two and a half years of border closures amid some of the strictest Covid restrictions in the world. A limited number of tourists have been allowed to enter the country since June, but only as part of a package tour read more ⇒

Source:: “Airways Magazine”

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