The Japanese government decided to create an electronic visa system for the Olympic and Paralympic Games of 2020. Even though this event ended, to apply for a Japan e-Visa, you will also need to apply for a Health Declaration to enter the country.
You can apply for this document at iVisa.com. It is an easy and simple process. Are you interested in applying? Continue reading the FAQs down below.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a vaccine to travel to Japan as a citizen of Brazil?
The World Health Organization suggests that all travelers visit Japan only if they are vaccinated against Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Japanese Encephalitis, and Rabies.
COVID vaccination passports or certificates are not mandatory to enter Japan. Since information may change quickly, we advise you to follow up on the latest Japan travel updates and/or contact your local embassy.
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Do I need a PCR Test to travel to Japan as a citizen of Brazil?
- COVID test prior to arrival: PCR within 72 hours.
- COVID test after arrival: All travelers will be tested on arrival.
- COVID test exemptions: Children under 6.
Do I have to quarantine upon arrival in Japan as a citizen of Brazil?
Quarantine requirements: 14 days. See below for exceptions.
- Quarantine testing: Day 10 PCR or antigen for fully vaccinated travelers to end quarantine early
Quarantine requirements- arrivals from Venezuela, Italy, the UK, Netherlands, Korea, Sweden, Germany, Portugal, Denmark, Norway, France, Kenya, Tanzania, Nigeria: 6 days in designated facility. PCR on days 3 and 6.
Quarantine requirements- arrivals from Eswatini, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Botswana, South Africa, Lesotho, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique, Angola, Democratic Republic of the Congo: 10 days in designated facility. PCR on days 3, 6 and 10.
Quarantine requirements- arrivals from Ecuador, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Austria, Czech, Belgium, Spain, Switzerland, Reunion, Ireland, Ghana, Greece, Croatia, Iceland, Chile, Cyprus, Pakistan, Finland, Estonia, Slovenia, Lebanon, Argentine, Peru, Israel, Egypt, Hungary, Slovakia, United States of America, Lithuania, Russia, Georgia, Trinidad and Tobago, Poland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Canada, Malta, United Arab Emirates, Sierra Leone, Philippines, Qatar, Turkey, Thailand, Nepal, Mexico, Maldives, Australia, Tunisia, Fiji and India: 3 days in designated facility. PCR on day 3.
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What is the Health Declaration, and how can I apply for it?
The Health Declaration is a public document that government agents ask at the immigration border to let tourists in the country. This document provides the nation the necessary personal information that will help them contact you in any health emergency.
You only need to follow these 3 simple steps:
- Step 1: Write in your personal information at iVisa.com forms, and choose the processing time.
- Step 2: Check that all your information is correct before paying for our services. If there is any incorrect information, your process will be rejected.
- Step 3: Last but not least, upload all the required documents.
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What is the best processing option to apply for the Health Declaration?
Choose between these 3 alternatives, depending on your travel budget and your travel needs.
- Standard Processing: 24 hours - USD 20.00.
- Rush Processing: 8 hours - USD 35.00.
- Super Rush Processing: 4 hours - USD 60.00.
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What do I need to upload to apply for the Health Declaration?
- Passport page information. It must have at least 6 months of validity.
- Negative PCR Covid Test.
- Your email address.
- Payment method can be a credit or debit card.
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One of the most visited temples in Japan is the Sensō-Ji in Tokyo. This temple enshrines a golden image of Kannon, considered the Buddhist goddess of mercy. Legend has it that this statue was found near Sumida-gawa by two fishermen in 628 AD. This image has remained in this temple since then, it is never exposed to the public for security and care.
The entrance to the temple is through a fantastic Kaminari-mon and is located on Nakamise-dōri Street. At the door, we recommend you take some time to look at the different statues of Fūjin, the god of wind, and Raijin, the god of thunder, on each side.
When you visit Sensō-Ji, we recommend you see it at night with fewer tourists, and you can have more space to walk around the place and take amazing pictures. In addition, the view with the illuminated buildings gives a more mystical feeling to the place.
When you finish your visit, don't forget to visit the Nakamise-dōri shopping stalls. Here you can find all kinds of traditional handicrafts, Japanese cuisine, and a bar to have a drink while you rest from the tour.