Japan’s Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga announced plans to broaden entry of foreign travelers into the country. During a press conference on September 25, the Prime Minister announced efforts to, starting October 1, broadly widen entry of foreign travelers beyond just businesspersons, including international students and dependents. Further details are expected to be announced soon.

Previously, the Japanese government separately discussed permitting entry of mid-to-long term residents of Japan into the country. 


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