Travelers in Japan will be prohibited from entering any country where travel is banned.
They will also be restricted from using social media to promote the country’s official travel policy.
The rules were put in place in the wake of the deadly earthquakes that hit Japan in 2011 and 2015, and have since been put in effect for the entire country.
In response to the earthquake and tsunami, Japan introduced strict controls over the flow of people and goods, and restrictions have been in place at all major airports in the country.
There are also restrictions at many train stations and train stations across the country, and even a curfew is in place for people staying in hotels and motels.
The restrictions are meant to protect Japan from a potential pandemic and in order to prevent a repeat of the disaster, the government said it was putting a halt to any travel in and out of Japan for the next three months.