Japan to relax visa regime for Indians from January

Japan will simplify its visa rules from January 1, 2018, for Indians and issue multiple- entry-visa for short-term stay, a move which is expected to benefit tourists and business persons as well as repeat visitors, the Japanese embassy said on Tuesday.
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