COVID-19: Current Japanese Border Measures

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Japanese Border Measures

Valid Vaccination Certificate Quarantine
Pre-departure Test Questionnaire On-arrival Test Isolation

With

NOT Required

Required

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Without

Required

 
FAST TRACK make your immigration procedures easier, we request to use it from the link below.
  • Those who are unable to present a valid vaccination certificate or a valid certificate of inspection will not be allowed to enter Japan, as based on Quarantine Law, and will be denied boarding the aircraft in the country of departure.
  • Those entering Japan with symptoms of suspected COVID-19 infection will be tested upon arrival. Furthermore, those who test positive will be required a quarantine at the designated facility.

 

Required documents for entering Japan


 

FAQ

 

Note for All Visitors to Japan

Due to the increase in the number of passengers entering Japan, quarantine procedures at airports are taking time depending on the time of arrival. For those arriving later in the evening, please plan well in advance by making reservations for lodging near the airport.

Thank you for your understanding of quarantine operations.
※Any costs incurred due to quarantine procedures after flight arrival are the responsibility of the passenger.

Important notes after entering Japan

  • Please take the following countermeasures to prevent the spread of the infection.

    • Wear a face mask when recommended indoors when you are talking at a distance of less than approximately 2 meters.
    • Sanitize your hands thoroughly and wash your hands frequently.
    • Avoid the three Cs (closed spaces, crowded places, close-contact settings).
  • If you test positive or develop any symptoms such as fever after entering Japan, please check  Website of the MHLW for information on the prefecture where you are staying and follow its guidance.

     
    Mask Use
    More information on then use of mask can be found here.
    Local Call Center
    Information on each prefecture can be found here.
    Cabinet Secretariat web
    Provides information on five situations that increase the risk of infection.

Call Center

Open 9AM to 9 PM, everyday including weekend and holidays.

   

Resources (in Japanese)