Japanese companies, organizations and individuals are eagerly lining up to help Ukrainian evacuees who have fled to the country in the wake of Russia's invasion, with the government having received nearly 900 offers of assistance so far.
As of Thursday, the Immigration Services Agency of Japan said it had received 895 offers of assistance, including help with jobs and housing. Around 400 Ukrainians have sought refuge in Japan since the start of the war.
On Saturday, Japan accepted six Ukrainian evacuees who traveled to the country on a direct commercial flight from Poland. The seats were secured by the Japanese government.