Regarding the spread of the Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)(As of 31 March (Wed), 18:00pm)

In regards to the Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19), Fukuoka Airport is working closely with the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare and other government agencies as well as Airport operators.
When coming to the airport, please read through the following. We ask for your kind understanding and cooperation.

【New Measures for Strengthening Border】

* Due to the spread of variant virus infection, the Government of Japan has taken new measures such as immigration restrictions as follows.For details, please refer to"Strengthening border measures related to the new virus variants" (Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare website) .

For the time being, the following measures have been taken for those entering Japan.

  1. Temporary suspension of Business Track and Residence Track
  2. Suspension of new entry from all countries/regions
  3. Suspension of special measures when returning or re-entering Japan from a short-term business trip to all countries/regions

In addition, those entering Japan, regardless of their nationality, are required to meet these conditions.

  1. Presentation of inspection certificate
  2. Submission of a written pledge
  3. Carrying a smartphone and installing necessary applications*
  4. Submission of Questionnaire



For the peace of mind of all Airport visitors, we are implementing measures to prevent the spread of infectious diseases.

  • Disinfection of doorknobs and handrails (including moving walkways and escalators), restrooms and nursing rooms in the terminal buildings.
  • Installation of alcohol-based hand sanitizer stations throughout our terminals.
  • Removal of some seats and tables in the lobbies and restaurants to encourage social distancing.
  • Installation of splash guards at airline check-in counters, information desks, and registers in shops and restaurants, to keep distancing at least 2m.
  • Temporary suspension of hand dryer use in all restrooms.


  • When visiting the Airport, please wear a face mask.
  • Please be conscientious about washing your hands and practicing proper cough etiquette.
  • Even when symptoms are mild, please refrain from coming to the Airport when you have a fever, cough, or sore throat.
  • Please line up at intervals to ensure social distancing such as when lining up at check-in counters, security checkpoints, and store checkouts.
  • Due to the outbreak, some shops and restaurants have temporarily closed or are operating under limited hours at their discretion. Hours vary by each shop or restaurant.

We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.

Request from the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism

    • Passengers with a fever or other symptoms are asked to refrain from boarding.
    • ・Hand washing and sanitizing as well as basic coughing and sneezing etiquette are fundamental to preventing infection. We ask that everyone observe these practices while at the airport, on board aircraft and when using public transport, and also that you wear a face mask and refrain from talking.
    • Also, in order to reduce contact, we urge that remote working and staggered commuting hours be introduced across the board for those who travel to work by public transport.

        Reference: Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare Website

About "New Travel Etiquette" [Travel Liaison Committee (Cooperation: Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism / Japan Tourism Agency)]

  • In accordance with the Ministy's "Basic Policies for Novel Coronavirus Disease Control by the Government of Japan", we will commence activities to promote tourism across prefectures, starting from June 19th.
  • To minimize the risk of infection while traveling, and for a safe journey, a "New Travel Etiquette" guide has been compiled, courtesy of various tourism operators. 

Notice from Immigration Services Agency of Japan

Due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, foreign nationals who have been in the following countries or regions within 14 days prior to their arrival in Japan are no longer allowed to enter Japan unless there are special circumstances. (As of 28 December (Mon), 00:00am)


Country / Region Name

Iceland, Ireland, Azerbaijan, Afghanistan, United Arab Emirates, Algeria, Argentina, Albania, Armenia, Antigua & Barbuda, Andorra, Israel, Italy, Iraq, Iran, India, Indonesia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Uruguay, United Kingdom, Ecuador, Egypt, Estonia, Eswatini, Ethiopia, El Salvador, Austria, Oman, Netherlands, Guyana, Kazakhstan, Qatar, Canada, Ghana, Cabo Verde, Gabon, Cameroon, Gambia, North Macedonia, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Cyprus, Cuba, Greece, Kyrgyzstan, Guatemala , Cuba, Granada, Croatia, Kenya, Costa Rica, Kosovo, Comoros, Colombia, Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Cote d'Ivoire, Saudi Arabia, São Tomé and Príncipe, Zambia, San Marino, Sierra Leone, Djibouti, Jamaica, Georgia, Zimbabwe, Switzerland, Sweden, Sudan, Spain, Suriname, Slovakia, Slovenia, Equatorial Guinea, Senegal, Serbia, Saint Kitts and Nevis, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Somalia, Tajikistan, Czech Republic, Central African Republic, Tunisia, Chile, Denmark, Germany, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Trinidad & Tobago, Turkey, Nigeria, Namibia, Nicaragua, Nepal, Norway, Haiti, Pakistan, The Vatican, Panama, Bahamas, Paraguay, Palestine, Bahrain, Barbados, Hungary, Bangladesh, the Philippines, Finland, Brazil, France, Bulgaria, Bhutan, United States, Venezuela, Belarus, Belize, Belgium, Peru, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Poland, Bolivia, Portugal, Honduras, Madagascar, Malawi, Malta, Malaysia, South Africa, South Sudan, Myanmar, Mexico, Monaco, Mauritius, Mauritania, Maldives , Moldova, Morocco, Montenegro, Jordan, Latvia, Lithuania, Libya, Lichtenstein, Liberia, Luxembourg, Rwanda, Romania, Lesotho, Lebanon, Russia

* Due to the spread of variant virus infection, the Government of Japan has taken new measures such as immigration restrictions as follows.

■New Measures for Strengthening Border

  1. Suspension of new entry from all countries/regions
  2. Suspension of special measures when returning or re-entering Japan from a short-term business trip to all countries/regions
  3. Strengthening quarantine,  etc.

For those Entering or Returning to Japan

    • Foreign nationals who have stayed in any of the areas listed above in the last 14 days before arriving in Japan, please report to the quarantine officer.
    • If you have a cough, fever or other symptoms, or if you are taking cough medicine or an antipyretic (fever-reducing medicine) at the time of entering Japan, please report to a quarantine officer.
    • If you have developed any of the above mentioned symptoms after entering Japan, and you have been in or traveled through any of the countries listed, please wear a mask at all times, and call your local Coronavirus Consultation Center (linked further up this page), who will refer you to a designated clinic.  (You can also refer to your health declaration card, which is given to you on board).
    • Those entering or returning to Japan from any of these areas must self-isolate for 14 days at a place to be decided by the quarantine officer, and should not use public transportation in Japan during this time.

For those departing from Japan

          Many countries have put entry or movement restrictions in to place for those traveling from Japan. If you intend to go to countries with said restrictions, please make sure that you are up to date with the most recent information, by visiting the websites of local authorities and/or making inquiries to Embassies in Tokyo.

For Your Reference

We recommend that you incorporate in to your daily life the advice set out  in the "New Lifestyle" guidelines from the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, such as wearing masks and refraining from talking in public spaces.

For details, please see the website below.

  • The Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) has opened a multilingual call center, the "Japan Visitor Hotline". It is open 365 days a year, 24 hours a day to ensure the safety and security of foreign travelers in an emergency. Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) related inquiries are also taken.