Rujuk Undang-Undang Kerajaan Jepun :
Article 5 Any alien who falls under any of the following items shall be denied permission for landing in Japan.
(i) A person who falls under any of the following categories of infections, which are provided for by the Act on Prevention of Infections and Medical Care for Patients with Infections (Act No. 114, 1998): Category 1 or Category 2 infections or new or reemerging influenza infections or designated infections (limited to the infections to which the provisions of Article 19 or 20 of the same Act shall apply mutatis mutandis, pursuant to the provisions of a Cabinet Order pursuant to the provisions of Article 7 of the same Act) including a person who is regarded as a patient of Category 1 or Category 2 infections or new or reemerging influenza infections or designated infections pursuant to the provisions of Article 8 of the same Act(including cases where it is applied mutatis mutandis pursuant to Article 7 of the same Act), or any person who has symptoms of a new infection.
(ii) A person who, due to a mental disorder, is unable to understand right from wrong or whose capacity for such understanding is significantly lacking, and is not accompanied by those persons provided for by a Ministry of Justice ordinance to assist him or her in engaging in activities in Japan.
(iii) A person who is indigent or without a fixed dwelling place and is likely to become a burden on the Japanese Government or a local public entity because of an inability to make a living.
(iv) A person who has been convicted of a violation of any law or regulation of Japan, or of any other country, and has been sentenced to imprisonment with or without work for 1 year or more, or to an equivalent penalty. However, this shall not apply to those convicted of a political offense.
(v) A person who has been convicted of a violation of any law or regulation of Japan or of any other country relating to the control of narcotics, marijuana, opium, stimulants or psychotropic substances, and has been sentenced to a penalty.
(v)-2 A person who has been convicted of a violation of any law or regulation of Japan or of any other country or has been deported from Japan pursuant to the provisions of the Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act or deported from any other country pursuant to the provisions of any law or regulation of that country for killing, injuring, assaulting or threatening a person, or damaging a building or other objects in relation to the process or results of an international competition or a competition of an equivalent scale or an international conference (hereinafter referred to as "international competition") or with the intent of preventing the smooth operation thereof, and is likely to kill, injure, assault or threaten a person, or damage a building or other objects in relation to the process or results of an international competition held in Japan or with the intent of preventing the smooth operation thereof, at the venue of the international competition or within the area of the municipality where the venue is located (this refers to "ward" in areas where the Tokyo special wards exist or in designated cities prescribed in Article 252-19, paragraph (1) of the Local Autonomy Act (Act No. 67 of 1947)) or to neighboring places provided for use to unspecified persons or a number of persons.
(vi) A person who illegally possesses any narcotics or psychotropic substances prescribed in the Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances Control Act (Act No. 14 of 1953), or marijuana prescribed in the Marijuana Control Act (Act No. 124 of 1948), or poppy, opium or poppy plants prescribed in the Opium Control Act (Act No. 71 of 1954), or stimulants or raw materials used to make stimulants as prescribed in the Stimulants Control Act (Act No. 252 of 1951), or any other appara.us used for smoking or eating opium.
(vii) A person who has engaged in prostitution, or intermediation or solicitation of prostitutes for other persons or provision of a place for prostitution, or any other business directly connected to prostitution (except for those who have engaged in these businesses under the control of another due to trafficking in persons).
(vii)-2 A person who has committed trafficking in persons or incited or aided another to commit IT.
(viii) A person who illegally possesses firearms, swords or other such weapons as prescribed in the Act for Controlling the Possession of Firearms or Swords and Other Such Weapons (Act No. 6 of 1958) or explosives as provided for by the Explosives Control Act (Act No. 149 of 1950).
(ix) A person who falls under any of (a) to (d) where the period set forth in the relevant provisions has not yet elapsed :
(a) A person who has been denied landing for any of the reasons prescribed in the provisions of either item (vi) or the preceding item--- 1 year from the date of denial.
(b) A person who has been deported from Japan for any of the reasons set forth in any of the items of Article 24 (except for item (iv), sub-items (l) to (o), and items (iv)-3 and has not previously been deported from Japan or has not previously departed from Japan under a departure order pursuant to the provisions of Article 55-3, paragraph (1), before the aforesaid date of deportation--- 5 years from the date of deportation.
(c) A person (except for those listed in sub-item (b)) who has previously been deported from Japan for falling under any of the items of Article 24 (except for item (iv), sub-items (l) to (o), and item (iv)-3 --- 10 years from the date of deportation.
(d) A person who has departed from Japan under a departure order pursuant to the provisions of Article 55-3, paragraph 1--- 1 year from the date of departure.
(ix)-2 A person who has been sentenced to imprisonment with or without work on the charge of a crime provided for in Part II, Chapters XII, XVI to XIX, XXIII, XXVI, XXVII, XXXI, XXXIII, XXXVI, XXXVII or XXXIX of the Penal Code of Japan (Act No. 45 of 1907), or in Article 1, 1-2 or 1-3 (except for the parts pertaining to Article 222 or 261 of the Penal Code of Japan) of the Act on Punishment of Physical Violence and Others (Act No. 60 of 1926), or the Act for Prevention and Disposition of Robbery, Theft, and Other Related Matters (Act No. 9 of 1930), or Article 15 or 16 of the Act on Prohibition of Possession of Special Picking Tools, and Other Related Matters(Act No. 65 of 2003) during his/her stay in Japan with the status of residence listed in the left-hand column of Appended Table I, who subsequently left Japan and whose sentence became final and binding when he or she was outside of Japan, and for whom 5 years have not yet elapsed from the date when the sentence became final and bindiNG.
(x) A person who has been deported from Japan for falling under any of Article 24, item (iv), sub-items (1) to (o).
(xi) A person who attempts or advocates the overthrow of the Constitution of Japan or the Government formed thereunder by means of force or violence, or who organizes or is a member of a political party or any organization which attempts or advocates the same.
(xii) A person who organizes, or is a member of, or is closely affiliated with any of the following political parties or organizations:
(a) A political party or organization which encourages acts of violence or the assault, killing,or injury of officials of the Government or of local public entities for the reason of their being such officials
(b) A political party or organization which encourages illegal damage or destruction of public facilities
(c) A political party or organization which encourages acts of dispute such as stopping or preventing normal maintenance or operation of security facilities of a plant or place of work
(xiii) A person who attempts to prepare, distribute, or exhibit printed matters, motion pictures, or any other documents or drawings to attain the objectives of any political party or organization prescribed in item (xi) or the preceding item.
(xiv) In addition to those persons listed in items (i) to (xiii), a person whom the Minister of Justice has reasonable grounds to believe is likely to commit an act which could be detrimental to the interests or public security of Japan.
(2) Even in cases where an alien seeking to land in Japan does not fall under any of the items of the preceding paragraph, if the country of which he or she is a national or citizen denies landing to a Japanese national therein for any reasons other than those set forth in the items of the same paragraph,the Minister of Justice may deny his/her landing for the same reasons.
Bagi yang tertanya-tanya kenapa sebelum ini Anwar bebas memasuki Jepunn pada 2006,2009 dan 2012,anda perlu sedar ketika itu memang permohonan VISA merupakan syarat wajib,jadi semestinya dia masuk ke Jepun menggunakan VISA.Yang menjadi masalah sekarang,apabila dia menyangkakan kelonggaran tidak memohon VISA laku untuk diri dia juga.itu jawapan sebenar.
SPIN ALA ANWAR IBRAHIM !!!