Foreigners come to Japan for a Trip – Shops at Asakusa Prepare

According to News Web Easy, foreigners who can enter Japan has been increased to 20, 000 people per day from 1st June 2022. Foreigners will be able to travel with tour guides from 10th June 2022.

A souvenir shop at Asakusa, Tokyo has prepared magnets of Mt Fuji and Cherry Blossom printed, that are very popular with foreigners, more than five time. They also display noh masks, which were stopped for a sale last year.

A shrine in Hitachinaka city, Ibaraki has written messages on a display boards, such as “Wear a mask” “Keep a social distance” in order to prevent from catching coronavirus. The messages are written in English and Japanese with easy pictures. They want everyone to be careful.

The staff at the shrine said [ We want all foreigners to enjoy Japanese culture at ease.].

If you wish to read the actual articles in Japanese please visit News Web Easy below.

My thought

Finally Japan has open to foreign tourists. Although this summer’s air fare is extremely high it is nice to hear Japan is still one of popular destination to visit. Hope many tourists will be able to visit without any problem.

Photo by Ann H on

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I am a native Japanese who teaches Japanese to non-Japanese speaker as a private tutor. Teach from a beginner to Intermediate level. location in London.
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4 Responses to Foreigners come to Japan for a Trip – Shops at Asakusa Prepare

  1. David says:

    We will wait, but hope that next year we can go!

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  2. It is good Japan is opening. Maybe sakura season next year for me.

    Liked by 1 person

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