Japan has reopened to international tourists from the 10 June – but only those booked on private tour groups approved by the government.
The tourists will be some of the first to visit the country since it slammed its borders shut at the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020.
They’ll have their itineraries cautiously managed, and be accompanied by tour conductors at all times.
For many, the appeal of travel lies in spontaneity – discovering hidden gems that aren’t in any guidebooks.
But after the two-year ban, would you sacrifice some freedoms for the chance to see Japan?
How do you book one of Japan’s guided tours?
From 10 June, tourists will be allowed
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