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JAPANESE PASSPORT TOPS LIST OF MOST ACCEPTED IN THE WORLD


JAPANESE PASSPORT TOPS LIST OF MOST ACCEPTED IN THE WORLD

A trio of Asian passports offer holders greater freedom to travel globally than any other country, according to a new quarterly report released by Henley & Partners, a London-based global residency and citizenship consultancy.


Japanese citizens enjoy visa-free or on-demand access to a record 193 destinations worldwide, just ahead of Singapore and South Korea, whose citizens can freely visit 192. And now that Asia-Pacific is opening up post-Covid, its citizens are more likely to use that freedom to travel again. Global travel is now at around 75% of pre-pandemic levels, according to the latest release of the Henley Passport Index, based on data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA).


Below the Asian top three, a glut of European countries are near the top of the leaderboard. Germany and Spain are tied at 190 destinations, followed by Finland, Italy and Luxembourg at 189. Then there are Austria, Denmark, the Netherlands and Sweden, all tied for fifth place, while France, Ireland, Portugal and the United Kingdom are in sixth place. New Zealand and the United States appear in 7th position, alongside Belgium, Norway, Switzerland and the Czech Republic. Afghan nationals are once again at the bottom of the index and can access only 27 countries without the need for a prior visa.


Brazil is in twentieth position in the ranking.


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