New Zealand Embassy Tokyo, Japan

New Zealand Honorary Consuls in Japan

New Zealand currently has four Honorary Consuls in Japan.  The Honorary Consuls are Japanese citizens who perform notarial, consular, and promotional functions on behalf of New Zealand in addition to their normal business.  They help strengthen business and other links between New Zealand and their region, by encouraging activities such as trade promotion and sister city relationships.

Note: For consular enquiries other than those relating to notarial services, please contact the Consular Section at the Embassy in Tokyo on email  or tel (03)5478-9651, fax (03)3467-2278.



Honorary Consul: Mr Masanori Aoki
New Zealand Honorary Consulate
c/o Home Kikaku Centre Co Ltd
1-26 West 2-chome North 38-jo, Kita-ku
Sapporo 001-0038
Tel: (011) 802-9272, Fax: (011) 802-9275


Honorary Consul: Mr Hiroaki Sasaki
New Zealand Honorary Consulate
Hashimototen Co Ltd
27-21 Tachimachi, Aoba-ku
Sendai 980-0822
Tel: (022) 208-7700, Fax: (022) 216-4111


Honorary Consul: Mr Susumu Naito
New Zealand Honorary Consulate
Rinnai Corporation
2-26 Fukuzumi-cho, Nakagawa-ku
Nagoya 454-0802
Tel: (052) 361-8415, Fax: (052) 361-8871


Honorary Consul-General: Mr Noriyuki Inoue
New Zealand Honorary Consulate-General
Umeda Centre Building
2-4-12 Nakazaki-nishi, Kita-ku
Osaka 530-8323
Tel: (06) 6373-4583, Fax: (06) 6373-4394


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