A passport from Japan opens more doors than a passport from anywhere else in the world, according to the Henley Passport Index. The index is an annual power ranking of passports determined by the number of destinations a passport holder can enter without a visa. A Japanese passport promises uncomplicated travel to 191 other countries and territories in 2021. That’s the same number of countries it allowed visa-free access to in 2020, the year it pulled ahead from its tie with Singapore to become the world’s most-desirable travel document. Singapore once again placed second this year, providing access to 190 countries, followed closely by South Korea and Germany, with access to 189 countries and territories. Why did Emirates redesign the Airbus A380, a dying breed of aircraft? The 2021 ranking remains largely unchanged from 2020 with only two exceptions: a New Zealand passport now offers visa-free access to 185 countries, one more than it did in 2020. And Australia also gained visa-free access to one additional country for a total of 184. For comparison, passports from Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria – the three lowest-ranking passports on the list – offer access to fewer than 30 countries each. Of course, travel restrictions and bans vary from country to country amid the coronavirus pandemic, with some countries requiring mandatory quarantines and negative Covid-19 test results upon arrival. Keep reading for a look at the countries with the most powerful passports, ranked by ascending number of visa-free travel options. 10. Hungary: 182 9. Canada: 183 8. Australia, Czech Republic, Greece and Malta: 184 Will the colossal Prodigium yacht concept ever reach the water? 7. Belgium, New Zealand, Norway, United Kingdom and the United States: 185 6. France, Ireland, the Netherlands, Portugal and Sweden: 186 5. Austria and Denmark: 187 Are Donald Trump’s private jets a step down from Air Force One? 4. Finland, Italy, Luxembourg and Spain: 188 3. Germany and South Korea: 189 As Covid-19 kills tourism in Barcelona, how are hotels adapting to survive? 2. Singapore: 190 1. Japan: 191 – making it the world’s most powerful passport Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter . This article originally appeared on Business Insider.