posted on June 18, 2022
On June 10, Japan reopened its borders to foreign tourists from 98 countries and regions of the lowest COVID-19 infection risk. However, tourists are restricted to guide-escorted package tours for the time being to prevent the spread of the virus. Visitors will be required to abide by the nation’s coronavirus measures, such as mask-wearing and purchase of medical insurance in case they test positive for COVID-19 during the trip. Click here to learn more about the guidelines of the mask use. We have received inquiries about the principles on our tours, and we have decided that our guide and all participants should wear masks during our tour, as a precautionary measure. The vast majority of people here widely follow coronavirus manners, and whoever without a mask may be refused access to many establishments, such as shops, restaurants, sightseeing spots and hotels. Hand disinfection and body temperature screening at the entrance is a norm in Japan today. We would appreciate your kind understanding.
Everyone wears a mask at the airport Entrance of a high-end hotel Lobby in a office complex in Tokyo