• Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar, Minister for Finance had a working lunch with President Japan-Pakistan Parliamentary Friendship League (JPPFL) Mr. Seishiro Eto, Member Lower House from ruling Liberal Democratic Party on 14 January 2015 in Tokyo

    Date: Thursday, January 15, 2015 - 12:19
  • Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar, Finance Minister Met with Mr. Katsunobu Kato, Member Parliament and Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary (Minister of State) at Prime Minister's Office in Tokyo on 14 January, 2015

    Date: Thursday, January 15, 2015 - 11:42

    Date: Wednesday, November 26, 2014 - 17:20
  • Timings for Consular Services

    All consular services including visas and passports and attestations shall be extended during the following timings:


    1. Receipt of Documents


              Monday to Thursday                  0930 – 1230 hours


              Fridays                                     0930 – 1200 hours


        2.   Delivery of Documents


              Monday to Friday                      1500 – 1600 hours.



    Embassy of Pakistan-Tokyo

    October 20, 2014

    Date: Monday, October 20, 2014 - 09:37
  • President's Programme for Highly Qualified Overseas Pakistanis

              Attention of all such Pakistan Nationals residing in Japan is invited to the launch of "President's Programme for care for highly Qualified Overseas Pakistanis (PPQP)" which was initiated on 15 July, 2009.

              In this regard all such Pakistanis who are highly qualified / experts in their relevant fields are requested to provide their information / details / qualification / professional / technical expertise to the Embassy of Pakistan.

              The data of all such Pakistanis shall be transferred to the Ministry of Education and Trainees (National Talent Pool) with a view to (i) make effective contribution to institutions in Pakistan; (ii) provide expert advice and technical literature from abroad; (iii) secure employment opportunities in Pakistan as well as in the international job market.

              The information may be provided urgently but not later than 24.10.2014.



    Embassy of Pakistan - Tokyo

    October 15, 2014

    Date: Wednesday, October 15, 2014 - 11:06

    Embassy had earlier announced that a proposal for establishing a school for Pakistani children in Japan was being suggested and considered for which names of relevant persons were invited to volunteer their services in preparing a report on the School for Pakistani children residing in Japan.

    When the deadline for submitting names expired, a total of sixteen (16) names were received out of which seven (7) had applied for jobs as Teachers. Others either did not qualify or did not specify their role or area of expertise.

     Now therefore, it is once again announced that we are expecting such persons who can prepare a Feasibility Study Report on the proposal.

    Volunteers are once again encouraged to register their names with the Embassy who can help in identifying the location, size, syllabus, teaching and administrative staff, affiliation in Japan or Pakistan or any third country, level of classes, medium of instruction in addition to securing NOC from relevant authority in Japan and source of funds to administer the school

    While proposing their names, the interested persons are requested to kindly specify area of expertise towards preparing the Feasibility Report. This also applies to all our dear Pakistanis who have already proposed their names but not specified area of expertise.

    Teachers are requested not to apply for this purpose, please. Teachers will be considered once the school is being established.  

    It is therefore announced that it has been decided to extend the deadline for registration of volunteers for this noble cause until 31st October 2014.

    It is now hoped that with a greater interest and contribution from the esteemed community, we shall be able to discuss the matter further.

    Eid ul Adha Mubaarik!

    Date: Thursday, October 2, 2014 - 18:34

    Embassy of Pakistan appeals to the esteemed Pakistani Community in Japan to generously contribute to the Prime Minister's Flood Relief Fund-2014 for which special accounts have been established in Tokyo and Osaka branches of National Bank of Pakistan.

    NBP Tokyo branch:

    A/c no. 211200149

    NBP Osaka branch:

    A/c no. 211200149 


    Date: Wednesday, September 17, 2014 - 10:48