Japan is known as one of the safest counties all over the world. However, it's the best to check if there is travel alerts and travel advisories about disasters including earthquakes and typhoons, infections or other emergency situations before you travel to Japan.

In 2020, the new coronavirus named COVID-19 is spreading all over the world, which affects many people planning to travel abroad in no distant future. Here are the latest news and updates about the coronavirus and travel advisories by national foreign ministries and other organizations related to diplomacy and travel.


Japan Considers Reopening for Independent Tourists in October 2022
Japan Closer to Reopen to Independent Tourists Starting September 7th, 2022
Small Changes Regarding Japan Border Measures Starting August 15, 2022
Japan Resumes Entry of Foreign Tourists
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Visit Japan web
Japanese border measures
Entry Requirements from Japan to Middle East and African countries
Entry Requirements from Japan to Asian countries
Entry Requirements from Japan to European countries
Entry Requirements from Japan to American and Oceanic countries
Changes in Quarantine Requirements in Japan
My First-hand Experience Re-entering Japan with the New Regulations
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Things to Know about Hawaii Covid-19 Test Before you Go
PCR Test in Japan
PCR Test at Airports in Japan
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What to Do in Case of Earthquake in Japan
World after Coronavirus
Japan Web Magazine X Japan Wonder Travel
Covid-19 Era Interview: Japan Web Magazine X Get Your Guide
Japan Web Magazine and Master of Japanese Cuisine Academy
Japan Web Magazine X Giappone per Tutti
Painted World Map
List of Places in Tokyo that are Closed due to the Coronavirus (Covid-19)
COVID-19 in Japan
Typhoons over the Japanese Archipelago