A British consulting company Henley & Partners has placed the Japanese passport at the top of its Passport Index Global Ranking.
The index ranks passports by how many of 199 countries and regions around the world people holding them can visit without a prior visa. Japanese passport holders can enter 191 countries without a visa. Singapore, with 190 countries came second, followed by South Korea and Germany with 189.
3rd- Finland, Italy
4th- Spain, Denmark, Luxembourg
5th- France, Sweden
6th – Austria, Ireland, Netherlands, Portugal, Switzerland
7th- United States, Britain, Belgium, Greece, Norway
Nigeria and Djibouti came 95th with 46 countries you can visit visa free.
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Compiled by residence and citizenship planning company Henley & Partners, the Henly Passport Index ranks all the world’s passports based on data from the International Air Transport Association (Iata) and the firm’s research department.