Visa

2015/10/9

Les titulaires de passeport tunisien sont dispensés de visa pour un séjour temporaire ne dépassant pas 3 mois au Japon. Cette dispense de visa concerne uniquement des activités non rémunérées (voyages touristique, transits, visites à la famille, voyages d’affaires, participation à des conférences, concours amateurs, passage d’examens, etc…).

Il est cependant recommandé de se munir, pour le contrôle d’entrée, des documents justificatifs relatifs à l’objet de séjour, aux moyens d’existences et aux conditions d’hébergement. Pour les autres nationalités ou pour un séjour autre que le séjour temporaire, consultez:

Attention!!!

En principe, l’Ambassade ne répond pas aux questions sur le visa adressées par e-mail à l’Ambassade. Pour des questions précises sur le visa japonais ou pour prendre rendez-vous pour le dépôt de demande de visa, contactez par téléphone la section consulaire de l’Ambassade

Dear travelers to Japan:

It is recommended to take out an overseas travel insurance
Ο An overseas travel insurance makes you feel secure, even in emergencies, and you can enjoy your trip.
Ο Medical expenses can be very high in Japan. If the travel insurance you purchased offers sufficient coverage of treatment costs, you can receive treatment without concern.
Ο It is recommended to have an overseas travel insurance with support for hospital referrals, medical interpretation, and cashless medical service.

Government Initiatives Related to Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

1. On February 13, the Government of Japan adopted by a Cabinet Decision and promulgated the “Cabinet Order for Designating Novel Coronavirus Infection as a Type of Infectious Disease Under Article 34 of the Quarantine Act” (Cabinet Order No. 28 of 2020) and the “Cabinet Order Partially Amending the Enforcement Order of the Quarantine Act” (Cabinet Order No. 29 of 2020). These cabinet orders entered into force on the following day, February 14.

2. For the purpose of preventing pathogens causing novel coronavirus infection from entering Japan, under the “Cabinet Order for Designating Novel Coronavirus Infection as a Type of Infectious Disease Under Article 34 of the Quarantine Act” (Cabinet Order No. 28 of 2020) and the “Cabinet Order Partially Amending the Enforcement Order of the Quarantine Act” (Cabinet Order No. 29 of 2020), which entered into force on February 14, the following measures stipulated in the Quarantine Act are permitted to be taken during quarantine implemented upon arrival into Japan. Suspected carriers and carriers who have no symptoms will be deemed carriers of novel coronavirus.

(1) Isolation If it is found during quarantine that a person is a novel coronavirus carrier, a chief of a quarantine station (quarantine officer) may isolate this individual (by hospitalizing him/her at an entrusted medical institution designated for infectious diseases).
(2) Detention If it is found during quarantine that a person may be infected with a pathogen causing novel coronavirus infection, a chief of a quarantine station (quarantine officer) may detain this potentially infected individual (by hospitalizing him/her at an entrusted medical institution designated for infectious diseases, etc. or by accommodating the individual in an accommodation facility or on a vessel).