Safety Measures in Japan to Curb the Spread of the Coronavirus

The Japanese government has recommended avoiding the "three Cs as part of their anti-coronavirus strategy. The three Cs are: poorly-ventilated "closed spaces" "crowded places", where many people gather; and "close-contact settings", where people converse up close. Situations where these three conditions are present should be avoided. This page will inform you on the specific steps Japanese businesses are taking to follow the government's calls and ensure public health and safety in the face of the coronavirus.

How Japanese Businesses Are Combating the Coronavirus

Many people want to experience Japanese culture during their visit. Check out the health and safety measures in place for these activities, so you can enjoy your valuable cultural experiences with peace of mind. We'll also introduce other anti-coronavirus strategies in place throughout Japan during your visit.


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Makeup, hair styling, yukata fitting service, makeup lessons. A salon run by a professional makeup artist who has styled celebrities and actors for commercials and other projects. *Contact for prices.


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- Stylist wears a mask and/or face shield - Regular hand sanitizing and daily temperature checks in the morning - Tables and chairs are disinfected - Salon is thoroughly ventilated - Cosmetics and brushes are sterilized after each use ... Read More


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10% off for first-time customers *You may be asked for ID *The makeup artist can speak English and a little Mandarin

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This group provides guided cycling tours showing you the special, less-known side of Kyoto, and also provides rental bicycles that allow visitors to escape the stress of large crowds and congestion. It is an excellent option for both first-time and repeat visitors.


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Ensuring the safety and comfort of customers and staff is their first priority. In addition, they are currently prioritizing those with reservations, in order to prevent congestion and crowding. Infection prevention measures undertaken: - ... Read More


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Mention the “Traveling Safely in Japan” page while making your reservation, and get 10% off!

Official Website Please check each company's official website for the latest information.

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Go through the building’s unique entrance and enter an extraordinary world, full of excitement every night. V2 TOKYO held its grand opening in 2013 on the top floor of the Roi Building, and since then it has held the mantle of Tokyo’s number one. It has since upgraded by moving to an even more convenient location, just a one-minute walk from Roppongi Station. Pass the glamorous front desk adorned with black and gold, head down to the main floor, and you’ll be met with an enormous crystal chandelier, glittering like a flower in full bloom. There’s another floor in the premises—a high-class lounge where you can enjoy high-quality music and cocktails to your heart’s content. Guests love coming and going between the two floors. Here is where you can enjoy Tokyo’s best performances: it is the only place where you can experience a new age of entertainment, where the most advanced technology is employed to create sound and light shows that stimulate all five senses to the fullest, 365 days of the year. Enjoy to your heart’s content! You can find their coronavirus safety guidelines at this URL:https://www.v2tokyo.com/v2tokyo-covid-19-guidelines/


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- Guests undergo temperature checks at the entrance. Those exhibiting a temperature above 37.5℃, a cough, and other symptoms of illness will be denied entry. *37.5℃ is the standard set by the Japanese government. - A “clean gate” will be in... Read More


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When making your reservation, mention the “Traveling Safely in Japan” page, and one male and one female visitor will each get 1 free drink ticket!

Official Website Please check each company's official website for the latest information.