Japan and China are resuming business travel between the countries on Monday, as part of efforts to ease entry restrictions and promote economic activities.
Business people are now allowed to make trips for both short- and long-term stays.
Japan has taken the same measure with Singapore, South Korea, and Vietnam.
An influx of Chinese travelers is expected at Narita Airport near Tokyo. About 20 flights to and from Chinese cities are operated weekly.
Some Chinese people who have resident status in Japan were seen arriving at the airport wearing white protective gear or raincoats.
Airline officials say up to half of passengers on a flight from China wear some kind of protective clothing.
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