Embassy and Consulates of Belgium in Japan

Welcome to the website of the Embassy of Belgium in Japan! - 在日ベルギー大使館のサイトにようこそ!

Welcome to the website of the Embassy of Belgium in Japan! - 在日ベルギー大使館のサイトにようこそ!

Revised opening hours: the Embassy of Belgium in Tokyo will be open from 10h00-12h30 & from 13h30-16h00.

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ニュースレターの受信を希望される方は登録はこちらです。


<- Building of the Embassy in Tokyo, situated on “Belgium Square” in Kojimachi.
 

Are you moving to Japan or are you going to visit Japan? Please make sure that you read our frequently asked questions about travel to Japan before starting your journey.

日本に移り住む方、あるいは日本へ旅行をする方へ。出発する前に是非このHPの「日本に旅する:よくある質問」及び「渡航者向け情報」をお読みください。

Do you live in Japan? If you are a Belgian citizen, please register with the Embassy, by visiting our consular section in Tokyo or by sending us an e-mail. Also go to our consular services pages for more information about what we can do for Belgian citizens living in Japan and Japanese citizens who want to come to Belgium. 

日本にお住まいのベルギー人の方へ。在日ベルギー大使館の領事部では在留届けを受け付けています。直接ご来館いただくか、メールまたは電話で届出ができます。また、「領事部案内」のページもご覧ください。日本在住のベルギー人、またこれからベルギーに渡航する日本人にとって有益な情報が掲載されています。

If you are interested in Belgium and would like to study, work or do business in Belgium, please check the latest opportunities in terms of scholarships and executive training, or read some general information about the relations between Belgium and Japan.

日本に関心があり、留学や就労、あるいはビジネスをお考えの方へ。「学術奨学金及びエグゼクティブトレーニング」のページで最新情報をご確認ください。また合わせて「ベルギーと日本の関係」のページもご覧ください。

News

25 May

Statement by Minister of Foreign Affairs Philippe Goffin on the 20th anniversary of two Protocols to the UN Children's Rights Convention, May 25, 2020.

22 May

We regret the announcement by the US Government of its intention to withdraw from the Open Skies Treaty, although we share their concerns about implementation of the Treaty clauses by Russia.

21 May

We commend the efforts of the Burundi’s who have resolutely engaged in the election process, some at risk to their own lives or physical integrity. This process led to the triple ballot box of May 20th, a crucial step in consolidating the country’s political and institutional stability.

17 May

Today, it is exactly 30 years since the World Health Organization removed homosexuality from the list of mental illnesses. Since 2004, May 17th has been International Day against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT), a day on which sexual diversity is celebrated, but also a day to draw attention to discrimination and violence against the LGBTI community.

08 May

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Development Cooperation Alexander De Croo expresses his explicit support for the work carried out by the Red Cross on this International Red Cross Day. He would like to thank each member of the Movement for the partnership that has existed for years and for the mobilization during this coronavirus crisis. Our country is pledging 5 million euros in the fight against Covid-19 to the International Federation of the Red Cross.