Japan intends to lift restrictions on the entry of tourists from October 11.
From October 11, the Japanese authorities will lift restrictions on the daily number of incoming tourists, as well as lift the ban on visiting the state by individual travelers – trips in which a tourist buys tickets and books accommodation on his own, without the services of a tour operator. This is reported by Forbes.
Currently, tourists to enter Japan must provide a negative PCR test result made no earlier than 72 hours before entering the country.
It is specified that From June 10, Japan resumed issuing tourist visas to Russians, and from September 8, the Japanese authorities exempted tourists who were vaccinated against COVID-19 three times from testing for coronavirus before departure.