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Last Updated - June 2022

The Japan Health Declaration Form is part of the Japan COVID-19 travel requirements, and an essential document if you're flying to this Asian country. It allows the official authorities to have better control of visitors upon arrival. To enter Japan, all passengers must apply before entering the country, including Japanese nationals.

“Can I travel to Japan during COVID-19?” and “Can I transit through Japan at this moment?” are common questions these days. So, on this page, iVisa.com explains the most significant rules in the country during the pandemic, such as entry restrictions, test requirements, vaccines, quarantine measures, and how you can get your Japan Health Declaration Form online.

It's important to know that this form is part of the required documents you'll need on your trip, but it doesn't replace a visa. So, keep in mind some nationalities will require a paper visa, and if it's your case, we can help you with that.

Japan Health Declaration Form for COVID-19 Entry: What is it, and how can I get one?

This is an essential document if you're flying to Japan. The Health Declaration Form informs the traveler's health conditions to the local authorities. It's part of COVID-19 travel requirements as a way to help the authorities prevent and track possible cases of the virus.

When you fill in the form, you must provide information about your health status, flight details, and intended stay in the country.

You can apply online and have the Japan Health Questionnaire in less than 24 hours. Once you submit the information online, we do all the hard work, and you can just plan your travel relaxed.

Who needs this Health Declaration to travel to Japan?

It's a mandatory declaration to enter Japan, all passengers on international flights must apply for this document to travel to Japan.

Once you arrive in Japan, you will have to show this document with a QR Code.

What's the validity of the Health Declaration Form?

This travel document is valid for a maximum of 30 days after arrival. Also, the Japan Health Questionnaire allows a Single Entry and a maximum stay of 90 days Per Entry in Japan.

What are the requirements to get the Health Declaration online?

  • A passport that is valid for at least 6 months.
  • An email address to receive the Japan Health Declaration.
  • A payment method: a credit/debit card.

Do I need a Health Declaration if I'm transiting through Japan?

In this case, you don't need a Health Declaration because permissions aren't required for a connecting flight. But consider that if you want to leave the airport transit area to visit the city, then you will have to obtain and present the form.

How do I apply for the Health Declaration?

With a few steps, you can get your form online! It'll take less than 10 minutes to submit. Then, let us handle it, and you can just plan your trip to Japan.

Follow these steps to apply:

  • The first one consists of basic information. Go to the application page and provide your personal information, flight details, and health status. At this point, you are also required to select the processing time you want your online application form to be reviewed.
  • The second step is revising what you have done so far, and you must also make the payment. You can use a credit or debit card for that.
  • Then, for the third one, you must attach additional documents. Once you do that, you can hit submit, and you'll receive an email with the Japan Health Declaration. Entering Japan, you must show this document with a QR Code to an immigration officer.

Fees and processing times

iVisa.com offers 3 options:

  • Standard Processing: USD $23.99 - 24 hours
  • Rush Processing: USD $43.99 - 8 hours
  • Super Rush Processing: USD $73.99 - 4 hours

Traveling with minors

All travelers entering Japan must apply for this document, this includes minors. Parents and guardians can apply for them, and they'll present it during entry into Japan.

Japan COVID-19 Restrictions and Requirements

There are requirements and restrictions to travel to Japan. iVisa.com has prepared a Japan COVID questionnaire to clarify some of the most important topics about the pandemic rules there. Read below about the restrictions, test requirements, vaccines, and quarantine.

Is a COVID-19 test needed to enter Japan?

Japan Health Authorities require arriving unvaccinated passengers to present a negative COVID-19 test certificate. The PCR test result must be issued within 3 days of entry to Japan. It's not just a voluntary test, it's a mandatory procedure part of the immigration restrictions and an entry requirement, so any international flight must follow these protocols. Otherwise, the passengers' access to the country will be denied by health authorities.

Test Requirements:

Entering Japan, passengers arriving from authorized countries and nationals abroad will have to follow the COVID-19 test requirements of the Japanese government.

They must present a negative test result.

  • COVID test before arrival: PCR within 72 hours.
  • COVID test exemptions: Children under 6 years old and fully vaccinated travelers with a booster dose.

Do I need a COVID vaccination certificate to travel to Japan?

No, you don't need a COVID vaccination; passports or certificates are not mandatory to enter Japan. However, if you're a fully vaccinated, you won't need to present a pre-arrival covid test.

Approved vaccines are Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Moderna, Janssen, Covaxin, Novavax.

Please remember that Japan considers fully vaccinated to those travelers who have received all covid vaccine doses (including the 3rd one.)

Since information may change quickly, we advise you to follow up on the latest Japan travel updates and/or contact your local embassy.

Do I have quarantine requirements to travel to Japan?

Japan has different quarantine procedures as part of border measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, depending on the passengers' departure country and vaccination status.

They classify countries into three groups based on risks of coronavirus spread: Red, Yellow, and Blue, with required quarantine for some travelers from the Red and Yellow groups. Click here to find out what group your country is.

  • Quarantine - entry requirement for unvaccinated travelers coming from red countries: 3-day isolation at a government-designated facility (quarantine station) + PCR test at the facility.
  • Quarantine - fully vaccinated travelers coming from red countries: 5-day home isolation without test. If another test result on/after day 3 is negative, the travelers can finish the isolation earlier.
  • Quarantine - unvaccinated passengers coming from yellow countries: a quarantine period of 5-day home isolation without test. If another test result on/after day 3 is negative, the travelers can finish the isolation earlier.
  • Quarantine - fully vaccinated travelers coming from yellow countries: For those who have a vaccination certificate, there are no quarantine requirements. Read more about Japan's vaccination requirements.
  • Quarantine procedures for passengers coming from blue countries: There are no quarantine measures for passengers entering Japan from those countries.

Important Instructions for a smooth trip to Japan

  • Travelers must complete the Health Declaration to present it during entry into Japan, 1 per person, and show the document upon arrival. It's part of the required travel documents for the Japan entry.
  • Some passengers may need additional COVID-19 testing during their quarantine.

Where can I learn more?

If you have any questions about traveling to Japan, the iVisa.com team is available to help you out. You can contact our customer support team at any time or via email at [email protected].

Required Documents to Apply
  • None

Important Instructions
  • The Japan Health Declaration is NOT a visa, and it doesn't replace a visa.

  • If you are planning a trip to Japan, please check the visa requirements for your country of citizenship at the top of this page.

  • Unvaccinated travelers must show a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours before departure.

  • iVisa is a legitimate company, accredited and recognized by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). For more information, see the FAQs below.

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There are now country categories for the quarantine requirements:

Last Updated: 09/07/22

  • Red countries: None
  • Yellow countries: Albania, Andorra, Bahamas, Barbados, Belarus, Belize, Bhutan, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic, Cuba, Cyprus, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Dominica, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, Gabon, Gambia, Georgia, Guinea, Guyana, Haiti, India, Kazakhstan, Kiribati, Kosovo, Kuwait, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Liechtenstein, Macau, Maldives, Mali, Malta, Mauritania, Namibia, Nicaragua, Niger, North Korea, North Macedonia, Oman, Pakistan, Palestine, Portugal, Republic of Burundi, Republic of Congo, Republic of the Marshall Islands, Saint Lucia, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Seychelles, Solomon, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Syria, Tajikistan, Togo, Tonga, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Vatican, Venezuela, Vietnam, Yemen, Zimbabwe.
  • Blue countries: Afghanistan, Algeria, Argentine, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belgium, Benin, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cote d’lvoire, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Djibouti, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Estonia, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Jordan, Kenya, Kyrgyz, Laos, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Mexico, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Montenegro, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Palau, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Qatar, Republic of Korea, Romania, Russia, Rwanda, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Sudan, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Tanzania, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States of America, Western Sahara, Zambia, Angola, Antigua and Barbuda, Botswana, Brunei, Cabo Verde, Chad, Comoros, Cook Island, Eritrea, Eswatini, Grenada, Guinea Bissau, Honduras, Mauritius, Nauru, Niue, Saint Christopher and Nevis, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Samoa, San Marino, Sao Tome and Principe, Somalia, Suriname, Tuvalu, Uruguay and Vanuatu.

It’s possible to obtain this document at any time, but we recommend you apply for it at least 24 hours before your trip. Plus, you should consider these criteria:

  • The validity of the passport must not be less than 6 months.
  • You must have a valid payment method to pay for the document’s fee.
  • You must have a valid email address as well.

Get your document now and forget about having to check if you’re available to apply.

You can learn more about the Japan Health Declaration on this link.

Japan is one of the most popular nations in Asia due to its cosmopolitan cities, huge imperial palaces, mountainous parks, and impressive commercial and cultural influence worldwide. It is home to the famous “bullet train” that connects the main cities of Kyushu, Honshu, and Hokkaido. Japan is also home to probably the most modern city in the world: Tokyo. Before planning your trip to Japan, remember to make sure of having the travel documentation required, including the Japan Health Declaration. You can apply for the Japan Health Declaration on our website if you want to save time avoiding crowded websites. This way, you’ll be able to receive your document as fast as possible by email inbox, and therefore, you won’t have to worry about applying while traveling.

Tokyo is located on the famous Tokyo Bay in the Kanto region of Honshu, which is Japan’s largest island. This city has the well-known Tokyo International Airport, where you’ll probably arrive from your country of origin. Tokyo is a popular place for fashion and shopping, especially in districts like Harajuku and Shibuya, but that’s not all you can do in this exciting place. In this city, you can explore Shinjuku, the business district. This place is a mix of stunning skyscrapers and atmospheric back streets with small and cozy bars. Plus, it’s the best place to go shopping and discover gorgeous souvenirs to take home.

You might think that Tokyo is all about modernity and neon lights, but that’s just part of it. For example, in Asakusa, the heart of Tokyo’s downtown, you can find ancient temples and traditional stores that look nothing like the most updated malls in Shinjuku. That doesn’t mean that the traditional site of Tokyo is boring, on the contrary, is as fascinating as the modern site. Tokyo is also a foodie paradise with more Michelin-starred restaurants than any other city abroad. Not to mention that you can eat a lot of food for affordable prices, especially if you go to ramen shops.

Do you like strolling fashionable streets? Then Harajuku and Omotesando might be your top districts. Both districts are hubs of Japanese and International fashion, including design houses, fashion malls, trendy cafes, and more. However, their aesthetics differ a lot, as Harajuku often shows the forefront of the next big local trend, while Omotesando focuses on timeless fashion. Omotesando is also more dedicated to luxury brands, while Harajuku is constantly full of thrift stores with secondhand clothing.

Aside from the top-spots in Tokyo, there are other cities and towns in Japan you cannot forget to visit. One of them is Kyoto, which is known as the old imperial capital and cultural heart of Japan. Kyoto always attracts millions of visitors due to its traditional culture. In this place, you can find many shrines and temples. Some of them are the Kiyomizudera Temple and Kinkakuji, but we cannot forget to mention the bamboo groves of nearby Arashiyama, a famous heritage location.

By visiting Kyoto you’ll be able to stay in a traditional ryokan, enjoy nature to the fullest with seasonal changes and take a dip in a famous rejuvenating onsen. Plus, Kyoto is the best place to view the majesty of cherry blossoms during spring or brilliant foliage during autumn. Another thing you can do in Kyoto is to visit its Prefecture’s, which is full of rural areas. For example, in the northside, you can visit Amanohashidate, which has been considered one of Japan’s three most scenic spots. By exploring the mountainous side, you can enjoy Miyama, one of the last towns with thatched-roof farmhouses. Lastly, you can also visit Uji if you prefer to taste delicious dishes and the best green tea in the country.

There are other cities in Japan that are worth the visit, like Osaka, Nara, Okinawa, Hokkaido, Sapporo, Chiba, Kanto, and more. You can visit any of them depending on what you’re planning to do in the country. However, notice that there are some tourist spots you shouldn’t overlook while staying there. One of the most famous is the Jigokudani Snow Monkey Park, home to bands of macaques who come down from the mountains to warm up in the hot springs. This is an interesting place to appreciate nature and Japanese wildlife as many people love to see how the macaques enjoy hot water all year long.

Another must-see when visiting Japan is Mount Fuji, which is the highest peak in the country. Located in Honshu, Mt. Fuji is actually a volcano that hasn't been active since 1707. This mount is a paradise when watching a sunrise, as you can see the sun’s first appearance on the easter horizon. This is a breathtaking experience for any traveler, but keep in mind that to enjoy it you must be well-prepared for hiking and trekking.

Other tourist spots you cannot forget are the Ginzan Onsen, Furano Ski Resort, and the Kerama Islands, to mention some.

Aside from planning your trip to Japan carefully, remember that some things are mandatory to prevent any health risk while staying there. It’s true that due to the covid-19 pandemic, it’s obligatory to wear masks, but before this pandemic, Japan was very popular for its citizens wearing masks just like a daily basis. Therefore, you might need to pack some of them when traveling there not only for covid-19 but also for health measures.

As for travel papers, remember that the Japan Health Declaration is a requirement that most travelers must have before entering Japan. The authorities will ask you to present the Japan Health Declaration upon arrival, so you shouldn’t forget about it. Remember that the Japan Health Declaration is an electronic document, so you’ll be able to have it through an online platform like the one we offer at iVisa.com.

Getting the Japan Health Declaration won’t be challenging thanks to our modern software, so we recommend you to apply for it at least 72 hours before your trip. Don’t forget about the COVID-19 PCR test to process this document, as it will also be mandatory when arriving in Japan!

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