Information regarding COVID-19

Entry into Japan
Visa Application
Information from Japan
Information in English about COVID-19 in Denmark   

Entry into Japan

Online Service for Quarantine, Immigration and Customs procedure
Visit Japan Web

Current Japanese Border Measures and Restrictions (Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare)

Some hospitals in Denmark provide a service to fill out the inspection certificate specified by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare Japan.

○PentaBase(Odense, Aalborg Airport, Kastrup Airport)  
○Airport Doctor (Copenhagen Airport)
○Waterfront Doctors(Hellerup,Aarhus)
○Copenhagen Medical (Copenhagen)

Visa Application:

The government of Japan announced to ease restrictions on new entry of foreign nationals for short stay in Japan.

The following new border measures below will be implemented from 0:00 AM (JST) on 11 October, 2022.

• Visa will no longer be required for Danish citizens for short-term stays up to 90 days.
• Foreign nationals entering Japan for a short–term stay for tourism will no longer be limited to package tours.
• On-arrival testing will no longer be required (except for passengers showing Covid-19 symptoms on arrival). Triple vaccinated passengers will continue to be exempt from the requirement to show a negative pre-departure test result.
• Applications to the Entrants, Returnees Follow-up System (ERFS) through receiving organizations are no longer required.

For more details, please refer to the links below.
Border measures to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19)
Exemption of Visa (Short-Term Stay)
Application for Visa for foreign nationals eligible for Phased Measures toward Resuming Cross-Border Travel

Information from Japan:

Ministry of Foreign Affairs
      • Information on the New Coronavirus Diseases (COVID-19)

Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare Cabinet Office Japanese Ministry of Justice  

Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
Situation in Japan – Statistical Data

<Contact info for inquiries>​
●For tourist information or assistance in case of accidents or emergencies including new coronavirus

JNTO Multilingual Visitor Hotline (24h) (Japanese, English, Chinese and Korean)
TEL(From Japan):050-3816-2787
TEL (From abroad):+81-50-3816-2787

●For questions regarding entry into Japan, visa etc., you can ask the Immigration Bureau’s "Foreign Residents Information Center"

Foreign Residents Information Center

TEL(From Japan):0570-013904
TEL (From abroad):+81-(0)3-5796-7112

Website (Japanese)

Information in English about COVID-19 in Denmark

Danish Health Authority
Ministry of Foreign Affairs