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Japan's Open! Latest on Japan Travel Entry, Events & More (Updated 12/2022)

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Countries all around the globe have also been easing up travel restrictions. Naturally, many have also wondered if and when they could travel to Japan again. The rules and details around visiting Japan can be a little complicated to understand. Several restrictions for entering the country changed on September 8, and from October 11, independent travelers will be able to enter Japan, with no restrictions on the number of daily entries, and no short-term visa. Based on government information, we'll explain everything you need to know about Japan travel restrictions, from entry conditions and necessary documentation, to mask requirements and the current state of Covid-19 in Japan. Information is as of November 7, 2022 Main image: PIXTA

Go To Travel Campaign Update! How It Works: A Basic Guide for Foreign Residents of Japan (July 2022)

The Go To Travel Campaign, launched on July 22, 2020, was promptly suspended only months later, on December 28. However, with the lifting of the quasi-state of emergency on March 21, 2022, there are hopes that the campaign will soon return. However, we still have yet to hear an official government announcement as of July 2022. As far as a Go To Travel revival goes, however, rather than put it into action all at once, the travel campaign will be seeing a more gradual start, beginning with the resumption of the Prefectural Residents' Discount program in March and the launch of a new travel subsidy, the Regional Block Discount. Many people have taken advantage of these during the long holiday in May, Golden Week. So, what exactly is the Go To Travel campaign? And when will it resume? What changes will take place? Also, what are the Prefectural Residents' Discount and Regional Block Discount programs all about? You've probably asked these questions yourself. In this article, we'll attempt to answer them! *Go To Travel renewal date still to be determined as of July 15, 2022. *Article based on information available as of July 15, 2022. main image:PIXTA

Become a True Gundam Pilot - Stepping into the P.O.D. at a Tokyo Arcade! (Video)

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Japan and robots go together like a hotdog and mustard. One of the nation’s most famous robot exports is known worldwide simply as “Gundam.” What started out as an anime has become a huge franchise with its own games, movies, and even a life-sized statue in Tokyo’s Odaiba. What many people don’t know, however, is that there is a way to pilot your very own Gundam robot!

5 Hotels Near Yokohama Stadium: Complete With Fun Party Plans & More

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Yokohama's Minato Mirai area is where you'll find Yokohama Stadium. With capacity for around 30,000 people, this is home to sporting events, music concerts, and more. Minato Mirai is also home to huge convention and event spaces like PACIFICO Yokohama and Pia Arena MM. When your event's finished, don't let the fun stop there! Our selection of places to stay includes hotels offering party plans, spaces for groups of friends to get together, and even rooms with huge TVs! Even if your event happens to be at Nissan Stadium or Yokohama Arena - both of which are in Shin-Yokohama - you can get to this area very easily. And the best part is, all of the hotels in our list have convenient access to train or subway stations.

The Shizuoka Tea-Picking Experience: Learn All About Japan's Tea Culture

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Shizuoka Prefecture is home to a number of famous landmarks, from Mt. Fuji to vast tea plantations. But to fully appreciate everything this tea production center has to offer, it's not enough to simply sip a cup and learn about its history. Travel just one hour away from either Tokyo or Nagoya Station on the Shinkansen Hikari Line, and you'll arrive at Shizuoka Station. Before you even arrive, the expanse of tea gardens let you know exactly where you are. To dig deeper into Japan's tea culture, we decided to try the Shizuoka Tea Picking Experience for ourselves. Today, we tag along with LIVE JAPAN editorial staff, Bella and Chia-chi as they visit the Tea Museum, Shizuoka. Join us as we explore the vast tea fields, and learn about Japan's tea culture through immersive and extraordinary experiences!

Entering Japan: Guide to Airport Arrival and Departure Procedures in Japan (2022 Latest Edition)

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After landing at the airport, the first step for entering Japan is getting through customs and immigration. Foreign visitors are required to get tested and complete various procedures upon arrival. Since the spread of Covid-19 in 2020, following procedures and rules is extremely important to ensure a safe trip! Here we will introduce what you need to prepare before a trip as well as entry procedures as of November 2022. Main image: PIXTA

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