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IMPORT PROHIBITION AREA

 The cloven-hoofed animals, their meat etc., Straw from grain and Forage for feed

Update: 1 Aug., 2014

 

Areas (Countries/Areas)

Live animals

Semen, Embryos

Ham, sausage, bacon

Meat and viscera

Straw from grain and Forage for feed

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Areas other than those listed in the preceding column of the table under Article 43 of the Regulations[1]

(Areas which are free from virulentinfectious diseases affecting domestic animals)

Finland, Sweden, Norway, Poland, Hungary,
The Czech Republic, Denmark,
Italy (except salgenia island), San Marino,
Liechtenstein, Swiss, The Netherlands, France, Austria, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Belgium, Ireland, Iceland,
Brazil(State of Santa Catalina only),
United Kingdom (Great Britain and Northern Ireland only ), Canada, U.S.A.(Mainland, Hawaii and Guam only), Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, The Dominican Republic, Chile, Northern Mariana, New Zealand, Vanuats, New Caledonia and Australia

(39 areas)

 

Importable [2]

 

Attention!

Even import permissible items, followings are temporarily import-suspended due to outbreak of paticuler diseases in following areas:

 

Attention!NEW
Since 18 Feb., 2014, it is suspended to import of Swine, Boar and their meat/vicera(including products) from Poland due to outbreak of African swine fever(ASF) is confirmed in Poland.

Not Quarantine Item

 

 

Attention!NEW
Since 18 Feb., 2014, it is suspended to import of Straw and Forage for feed from Poland due to outbreak of African swine fever(ASF) is confirmed in Poland.

1

Areas in the preceding column, Table 1, of the table under Article 43 of the Regulations[1]

(Areas which is recognized there is undeniable possibility of outbreaks of virulent infectious diseases affecting domestic animals)

Singapore,Romania, Slovenia, Croatia,
Bosnia Herzegovina

(5 areas)

Importable [2]

Import Prohibition

except those products[2]:
- heat-processed under the standards set forth by the Minister[5] in only the Heat-processing establishments.

Import Prohibition

except those[2]
- heat-steamed under the standards set forth by the Minister[4] in only the steaming establishments[6].

2

Areas in the preceding column, Table 2, of the table under Article 43 of the Regulations[1]

(Areas which is recognized there is outbreak or possibilityof outbreaks of virulent infectious diseases affecting domestic animals)

Areas other than those mentioned above

Import Prohibition

Import Prohibition

except those products[2]:
- heat-processed or other processed under the standards set forth by the Minister[4] in only the Heat-processing establishments[6].

Import Prohibition

except those[2]
- heat-steamed under the standards set forth by the Minister[4] in only the steaming establishments[6].

         

[1]  Regulations   :  The preceding column of the table under Article 43 of the Enforcement Regulations of the Domestic Animal Infectious Diseases Control Law

[2] The need of inspection certificate!   :  Although the listed items are importable, they must be accompanied with an inspection certificate issued by the appropriate government agencies of the exporting countries described that they are satisfied with the Japanese standards or requirements. Quarantine articles must be accompanied with the inspection certificate.

[3]  Beef or beef offal exported from Canada, the United States of America(U.S.A.), France, The Netherlands, Ireland or Poland :  Only these commodities treated in accordance with the animal health requirements concluded between, respectively, Japan and Canada, Japan and U.S.A., Japan and France, Japan and The Netherlands, Japan and  Ireland or Japan and Poland, including specific export programs and designation of facilities, are acceptable. Furthermore, it is to be noted that beef products (e.g. ham, sausage, beef jerky) have not been allowed to be imported.

[4]  Minister   :  Minister of Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Japan

[5]  facilities designated by the Minister*4 or the appropriate government agencies of the exporting countries.