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!

 

The consular section of the Embassy of Belgium in Tokyo is considering a “Flying Consul” mission in Osaka on June 21st  2019, from 16h00-18h00 near Umeda Station, Osaka.

If you would like to seize this opportunity to apply for a new biometric passport, submit a pre-registration of your biometric data (*) or address us any other consular inquiries, please send a mail before June 19th to the following addresstokyo.consular@diplobel.fed.be

(*) in case you wish to renew passport within the upcoming 12 months, but not immediately : your biometric data is collected on the day and securely kept with theEmbassy – you then have one year to send us your passport application form per post. 

This mission will only take place if a sufficient number of Belgian citizens answer positively.

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<- 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

08 Jun

Belgium congratulates Estonia, Niger, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Tunisia and Vietnam on their election as non-permanent members of the United Nations Security Council. They will join the Council for a period of two years from January 1st 2020.

29 May

Today is the International Day for Peacekeepers. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders wishes to pay a special tribute to the more than 100.000 men and women, originating from 122 countries, who serve with dedication under the flag of the United Nations in the fourteen peacekeeping operations deployed around the world. Through their engagement and their courage, they embody the ideals of the United Nations.

23 May

Business & Human Rights Peer Learning Meeting: speech by Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign and European Affairs and Minister of Defence Didier Reynders (Brussels, 23 May 2019).

17 May

May 17 is the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT). On that day in 1990, the World Health Organization decided to remove homosexuality from the internationally used list of diseases. This year IDAHOT focuses on Justice and protection for all.

15 May

An international campaign for women's and girls' rights, a partnership with the private sector on sustainable chocolate, hackathons in the South and innovation in humanitarian aid. These are a few highlights of the 2018 annual report of the Belgian Development Cooperation published today.