Japan: Japan's big decision for foreign travelers, government will eliminate tourist visa requirements
The Japanese government is going to take a big decision in the interest of tourists. The Japanese government has talked about relaxing border controls so that it can be easier for tourists to come to the country. The government is planning to waive tourist visa requirements from some countries.
The Government of Japan is going to take a big decision in the interest of tourists. The Japanese government has talked about relaxing border controls, so that it can be easier for tourists to come to the country. Japan's local news agency Fuji News Network reported on Monday that Japan's government plans to waive tourist visa requirements from some countries to further ease border controls.
Tourist's journey will be easy
News agency Fuji News Network said Prime Minister Fumio Kishida could make a decision earlier this week on the issue, which would allow individual travelers to travel to Japan without a travel agency booking. This step of the Japanese government will make travel easier for tourists visiting Japan. They will be helped to a great extent by the exemption given by the government.
Decision expected by October
Let us tell you that before the corona virus epidemic, Japan did not require tourist visas for 68 countries and provinces, but when the epidemic started spreading all over the world, then the government took a decision in this regard and for all Tourist visa was made mandatory. According to the information, the Japanese government may end the daily limit of tourists visiting the country by October.
The daily limit of foreign travelers will end
Japan's deputy chief secretary, Seiji Kihara, said in a televised program on Sunday that steps should be taken to attract foreign tourists. He said that a simple policy is most effective in attracting tourism. Japan last week raised the daily limit for foreign travelers from 20,000 to 50,000 and eliminated the need for pre-departure COVID tests.