One of the most immediately recognized, widely respected and successful performers in pop music history, Celine Dion has sold almost 250 million albums during her over 30-year career. She has earned five Grammy Awards, two Academy Awards and seven American Music Awards. In 2004, Celine received the Diamond award at the World Music Awards recognizing her status as the best-selling female artist of all time. In 2016, the Billboard Music Awards presented her with the lifetime achievement Icon Award. Celine continues to break records with her ongoing Las Vegas residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace which has played over 1,000 shows to more than four million fans.
This will be her first visit to Asia since the Taking Chances World Tour in 2008. Dion's planned 2014 Asia tour was cancelled when she took time off to care for her ailing husband and manager Rene Angelil, who died from cancer in 2016.
Any foreign visitor who wishes to enter Japan must have a passport, which must be valid during the period of stay.
Nationals of many countries are eligible to enter Japan without a visa unless the purpose of the visit is to reside in Japan, to obtain employment or to otherwise engage in remunerative activities.
A list of nationals of countries that have "Reciprocal Visa Exemption Arrangements" with Japan can be found: here
Nationals of countries that do not have "Reciprocal Visa Exemption Arrangements" with Japan must obtain a visa. A "Temporary Visitor's Visa" is usually required as permission to stay in Japan for a period of up to 90 days for non-remunerative activities such as sightseeing, participating in amateur sports, visiting relatives, taking inspection tours, participating in lectures or research, attending conferences, making business contacts or other similar activities.
To apply for a visa, please check the following link
Other useful links:
- Tourist Language Handbook