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Immigration Procedures for Non-Japanese Nationals

From November 20, 2007, foreign nationals who apply for entry into Japan are required to be fingerprinted and photographed (facial photographs) by means of special devices, and then be asked some questions by immigration inspectors.
For further information, please refer to the links below.

Outline of New Immigration Procedures
( Immigration Bureau, Ministry of Justice )

"Landing Examination Procedures for Japan are Changing!"
( Immigration Bureau, Ministry of Justice )