S'poreans booking tours to Japan and buying yen as country starts reopening borders in June

Japan will reopen its borders to tourists from 36 countries from June 10, 2022. PHOTO: UNSPLASH
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SINGAPORE - With Japan announcing on Thursday (May 26) that it will reopen its borders to tourists from 36 countries from June 10, travel enthusiasts and industry players in Singapore are making plans for leisure travel there.

And there was more good news for Singapore travellers on Friday, when Japan’s Foreign Affairs Ministry said on its website that they will not need to undergo any on-arrival test or quarantine regardless of vaccination status. 

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