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Japan announced it will resume visa-free entry for all travellers from October 11 and scrap the arrival cap of 50,000 visitors per day. Before the pandemic Japan allowed travellers from 69 countries to enter without visas and visitors could stay between 15 to 90 days, according to the conditions of each country. Japan had over 32 million arrivals in 2019 but the number of people entering the country was heavily reduced after the pandemic. Thai media reported that only 246,000 travellers entered the country last year. Japan reopened its border to tourists again in June, but tourists were required to […]

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