Japan's Prime Minister Fumio Kishida announced additional sanctions on Russia on Thursday, as he wrapped up his Southeast Asia and Europe tour.
The sanctions include freezing assets of about 140 additional individuals and some Russian banks. Seventy military entities will be added to the export ban to Russia as well as quantum computers and high-tech products, according to the Prime Minister.
"Japan with other G7 nations will not tolerate Russia's outrage, and Japan stands with Ukraine," the Prime Minister said.
Japan's new sanctions on Russia come after Russia sanctioned 63 Japanese officials, including Kishida himself, on Wednesday.