According to sources Japan will gradually lift travel ban starting October to countries with low number of COVID-19 cases. Priorities will be given to countries such as Australia, New Zealand and Vietnam which reported to have low cases of Corona Virus infection. However, accepting travelers from Japan on these respective countries depends on the government decision.

Japan recently lifted its first travel restrictions to these Asian countries such as Thailand and Vietnam then adding Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia and Taiwan on the list. Eventually Japan and Singapore have agreed to a travel corridor which allow entry for short-term business travelers starting last September 18.

Starting on Oct. 1, the government will allow the entry of foreigners with permission to stay in the country for more than three months. The easing could also cause other countries to begin accepting travelers from Japan. [1]