Japan To Lift Covid Restrictions On Foreign Tourists
(MENAFN- Jordan News Agency)
Amman, Sept. 23 (Petra)-- Japan will open its doors back up to foreign tourists, after more than two years of closed borders due to the Covid pandemic.
Tourists will be able to visit the country without a visa, and will no longer need to go through a travel agency, from 11 October.
A cap on daily arrivals will also be lifted.
Japan's announcement comes at around the same time Taiwan and Hong Kong also relaxed entry rules for visitors.
Taiwan will drop quarantine requirements for international arrivals by mid-October, while Hong Kong on Friday said it would move from hotel quarantine to stay-at-home requirements from 26 September.
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