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Mar 27, 2023
Japan relaxed COVID-19-related border measures in October 2022. The number of visitors to Japan climbed to approximately 1.5 million in January 2023*, with increasing business-related traffic, creating momentum to explore business opportunities in Japan on a global scale. The world's attention is turning to Japan with the upcoming G7 Hiroshima Summit (meeting of Group Seven leaders) in May of this year.
Seizing this opportunity, JETRO will step up new content releases through various media this year to deliver valuable insights to global entrepreneurs and businesspersons interested in expanding their businesses to Japan or collaborating with Japanese companies. Please stay tuned!
- Japan Insight Series (latest trends in Japan's investment environment, markets, companies, government policies, and others)
- Interview Series (interviews with global CEOs, experts, and others)
- Success Stories (case studies of foreign and foreign-affiliated companies expanding into Japan or collaborating with Japanese companies)
- Joint articles with global media, etc.
- Events (networking/matching events), etc.
We will post information about our new content and event on the Invest in Japan social media from time to time. Follow us on the following accounts for latest updates.
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*Calculated by JETRO based on the "Visitor Arrivals (estimated figures for January 2023)" by the Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO).
Note: Current border measures
After midnight on October 11, 2022 (Japan time), except for returnees and entrants with symptoms of suspected COVID-19 infection, on-arrival test at the quarantine station, self-quarantine in places such as their residence or accommodations, follow-up during the self-quarantine period, and refraining from the use of public transportation is no longer required.
On the other hand, all returnees and entrants must show either a valid COVID-19 vaccination certificate for three doses of vaccines prescribed on the Emergency Use List of the World Health Organization (WHO) or a certificate of a negative result of COVID-19 test conducted within 72 hours before departure from the original country/region.
For further details of current border measures, please refer to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website Measures for Resuming Cross-Border Travel
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