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Japan to start accepting tourists on June 10: Kishida
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Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida speaks during a Future of Asia banquet on May 26. (Photo by Suzu Takahashi)
TOKYO -- Japan will reopen its borders to international tourists on June 10, starting with tour groups, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida announced on Thursday.
Speaking at a Future of Asia dinner party, part of a conference organized by Nikkei in Tokyo, Kishida said, "We will resume accepting tourists on escorted package tours on June 10."
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