Japan’s tourist visa program has been on hold for some time, but it is now on the backburner, and is now set to reopen in the coming months.
A new Japanese visa is set to be available for anyone who has a Japanese passport or has a valid visa issued by the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
The visa, which is valid for five years, will also allow entry to the country for Japanese tourists for up to two months.
Japan’s government is now hoping that it will encourage more foreigners to apply, especially if they have a Japanese spouse.
This may not be as practical as getting a visa, but Japanese visitors are still eager to be a part of the Japanese culture, so this may be a step in the right direction.
The new visa also allows entry to Japan for up-to-two months.
This visa will not be available until December 2018, but is expected to open in 2020.
The only problem with this new visa is that it only covers foreigners who have a valid Japanese passport, which may not make for a great deal of convenience if you are not a Japanese citizen.
This is not a big deal, though, as the Japanese government has always insisted that citizens and permanent residents of Japan must be able to travel freely.
The Japanese government will continue to insist that foreigners have to be able travel freely, and this is not going to change anytime soon.