This is great news for UAE residents who need visas to visit Japan. Presently, you can apply for your visa on the web, which will save you time and bother. Since its implementation in November 2022, this modification has made it simpler for numerous UAE residents to travel to Japan. This visa waiver has been a big success, which is great news for Emiratis who want to see everything Japan has to offer.
There is good news for UAE residents who need a visa to travel to Japan! You can now apply for an eVisa through a dedicated website thanks to the Japanese government’s new paperless process. How does it work?
Apply for eVisa:
- Log into the website at https://www.evisa.mofa.go.jp.
- A digital confirmation of your visa will be sent to you after you submit your application.
- At the point when you show up in Japan, basically sign on to the Japan eVISA site to show your visa to movement officials.
- Please be aware that the page will not be accepted as a screenshot or printout.
- You can watch an instructional video on the platform to find out more about how to apply online.
- Additionally, Saudi Arabian residents can take advantage of this new digital procedure as well as UAE residents.
The Japanese government has also announced that travelers will no longer need to meet Covid-19-related entry requirements starting on May 8. As a result, beginning on May 8 you won’t need to show proof of vaccination or a negative PCR test to enter the country.
There is good news for Qataris who want to go to Japan! You can now register your passport at Japanese consulates, consulate generals, or embassies. You will receive a “Visa Waiver Registration” seal on your passport when it is registered. Upon enlistment, candidates will then get a ‘Visa Waiver Enrollment’ seal within their passport, which will qualify them for numerous transient stays in Japan without a requirement for a visa for a time of 3 years (or termination date of the visa). Kobashi Daisuke, executive director of the Japan national tourism organization (JNTO) in Dubai, is excited about these new measures, as they will make it simpler for individuals in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar to visit Japan for travel industry purposes. These measures have been put into effect just in time for Eid travel, which is ideal for tourists who want to see Japan’s stunning landscapes and beautiful weather in the spring. The number of people traveling to Japan from GCC countries has been steadily rising, even exceeding pre-Covid levels. It is abundantly clear that the demand for traveling to Japan will continue to rise as major airlines resume their Japan routes.
The number of visitors in 2019 was even higher than the current figures.” “I am confident that the rising demand for travel to Japan will continue if major airlines resume Japan routes,” he added.