When will Japan open to tourists? w/ Kanako Takahara
But the borders are still closed to tourists, a broad category of people that includes everyone from leisure travelers to the unmarried partners of residents of Japan. This week on Deep Dive, Kanako Takahara joins to discuss when Japan might reopen to international tourism, and what form that reopening might take.
- The ¥22 trillion question: When will Japan reopen to foreign tourists? (Kanako Takahara, The Japan Times)
- Japan plans to double entry cap to allow 20,000 daily arrivals starting in June
- Japan should end cap on overseas visitors, senior LDP lawmaker says
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Photo: Mount Fuji, one of Japan's most popular tourist attractions, in fall. | Getty Images