New Zealand Embassy Tokyo, Japan

Information inquiring offices for non-Japanese residents

A list of the contact information has been provided lisiting the inquiry offices for non-Japanese residents and visitors within the prefectures and cities in Tohoku District.

- Please note that the information provided by these offices do NOT include whereabouts of non-Japanese nationals.
- For inquiries in this matter, please contact the Local Partnership Cooperation Division, MOFA, at 03-5501-8491.

Earthquake Information Inquiry

IWATE Prefecture

Iwate International Association
TEL: 019-654-8900
FAX:019-654-8922
http://iwate-ia.or.jp/
E-MAIL:

MIYAGI Prefecture

The Miyagi Support Center for Foreign Nationals
TEL:022-275-9990
http://www.pref.miyagi.jp/kokusai/multicultural/center.htm

SENDAI City

仙台市災害多言語支援センター(Sendai-shi Saigai Tagengo Shien Center)
Language:English, Chinese, Korean
TEL:022-265-2471 / 022-224-1919
FAX:022-265-2472
http://www.sira.or.jp/saigai/

AOMORI Prefecture

Fire and Disaster Prevention Division General Affairs Department Aomori Prefectural Government
TEL:017-734-9088
FAX:017-722-4867
http://www.bousai.pref.aomori.jp/
E-MAIL:

AOMORI City

Citizen cooperation promotion section, International relations team, Aomori City
TEL:017-734-5235
FAX:017-734-5232
E-MAIL:shiminkyoudou@city.aomori.aomori.jp

IBARAKI Prefecture

Foreigner Consultaion Service Ibaraki Prefecture
English and Chinese  TEL:029-301-2862
Portuguese TEL:080-3502-5410
http://www.pref.ibaraki.jp/bukyoku/seikan/kokuko/en/

MITO City

Mito City International Association
TEL:029-221-1800
FAX:029-221-5793
http://www.mitoic.or.jp/en/index.html
E-MAIL:

*The information provided by the above offices does NOT include the whereabouts of non-Japanese residents/visitors.

 

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