Travelling and doing business in Japan is always a unique experience. To visit Japan you need to locate the Embassy of Japan in Nigeria and physically presented your documents for processing.
EMBASSY OF JAPAN IN NIGERIA (HOW TO LOCATE JAPAN EMBASSY IN NIGERIA)
Japanese Government maintain two offices in Nigeria. Abuja and Lagos.
ADDRESS OF EMBASSY JAPAN IN ABUJA
- Consular Section,
9, Bobo Street,
Off Gana Street,
Telephone number: +234 09 461 2713,
+234 09 461 2714
Fax: +234 09 413 7667
Opening hours: The embassy opens on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Important notice: Visa applicants must submit their application personally and no appointment is needed for submissions of visa application.
Passport Collection Days: An applicant can collect his passport: Monday to Thursday from 3:00 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. Friday from 12:00 to 12:30 p.m.
ADDRESS OF EMBASSY OF JAPAN IN LAGOS NIGERIA
- Plot: 24/25 Apese Street,
Victoria Island, Lagos
Phone numbers: +234 1 261 3797, +234 1 261 5984
+234 1 261 4929
Fax: +234 1 261 4035
EMBASSY OF JAPAN IN NIGERIA VISA REQUIREMENTS FOR NIGERIANS
Nigerian travelling to Japan is required to obtain a visa to enter Japan. Here are the basic requirements by the embassy of Japan in Nigeria
- A standard Nigeria Passport with more than six months validity
- Letter of guarantee
- Letter of invitation stating reasons for the visit
- Basic travelling allowance
- Return ticket (indicating date of arrival, date of departure, flight
- number and airport of arrival )
- Confirmed hotel reservation (name and full address of the hotel, phone numbers
THE BOTTOM LINE
When applying for a visa at the Embassy of Japan in Nigeria it’s good to know that going to Japan is always a special experience in that there are things you see in Japan that are not obtainable elsewhere.
It’s exciting to know that Japan is not only about Japanese cars such as Toyota, Nissan, Honda and Mazda or motorcycles – Yamaha and Suzuki, but Japan is also so much more. Japan is about technological innovations and advancement, it is about wonders in Tokyo, about a special place called Shibuya and Shibuya is about streets around Shibuya and the unique scrabble or zebra crossing, where it’s possible to spend days sightseeing the beauty and wonders of the area. The sea of heads moving simultaneously in different directions using the scrabble crossing as a guide and the pedestrians not disturbing the large volume of vehicular traffic.
Moving away from Shibuya it good to visit Ginza, a prestigious high-class area with plenty of shopping malls, boutiques and great restaurants. Not far is the Yurakucho Station with its unique settings.
You may want to view totally observatory of Tokyo, visit the Tokyo Metropolitan Government building for free or move to Tokyo sky Tree on special offers. You will be glad to see Akihabara Electric Town which is everything about modern electronics. Reserve a day to see Tokyo special fish market which is not obtainable anywhere else in the world. Don’t forget to have the feeling of Roppongi where you view the whole of Tokyo. Roppongi is famous for its great nightlife.
TOKYO OLYMPICS 2021
It’s no more news that due to the ravaging coronavirus virus pandemic the Tokyo Olympics have been shifted to the summer of 2021, therefore anyone interested in travelling to Japan from Nigeria for the summer games will have the opportunity to apply to the embassy of Japan in Nigeria for the visiting visa one more time.
Please remember that you have to do all the necessary tests and endeavour to require about the current happenings in Japan concerning the pandemic. Never obtain visa without knowing if the coast is clear in Japan because the second wave is ravaging the world currently. You’ve been told.
That’s all for now on the Embassy of Japan in Nigeria and how to locate the embassy.
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