New Zealand Embassy Tokyo, Japan


Political and business leaders from Japan and New Zealand will meet on July 11, 2011 at the Japan New Zealand Partnership Forum in Tokyo where they will focus on how to deepen co-operation for renewal and recovery.

New Zealand International Business Forum (NZIBF) Executive Director Stephen Jacobi says over 100 delegates and observers will offer remembrance for lives lost in the disasters in Christchurch and north-eastern Japan and share their views on how the partnership can deliver a brighter future for both countries.


The 2011 Japan/New Zealand Partnership Forum - Kea Breakfast, Tuesday July 12

Kea Japan will host a breakfast with top business leaders attending The New Zealand International Business Forum (NZIBF) to be held in Tokyo on July 11. The breakfast will be held on July 12, at the Four Seasons - Chinzan-so and will include an address by well-known Kiwi entrepreneur Terrie Lloyd.


Candidates for this position will have a tertiary qualification and have business development, marketing, or consulting experience in any industry in Japan.

Experience in food & beverage or FMCG is an advantage. Must be a self-starter and good communicator with a clear vision and strategy for growing NZ businesses.


A charity dinner will be held at the ANA Intercontinental on Friday 24 June to raise funds for children affected by the earthquakes in Christchurch and Tohoku.  The charity event includes a four course seated dinner with assorted beverages. The programme includes live entertainment, silent auction, live auction and raffles. For further details, please visit


New Zealand band Die! Die! Die! is coming to Japan!

Formed in 2003, their debut self titled Album was produced by Steve Albini, a legend for such associations as Pixies, Nirvana, Manic Street Preachers and PJ Harvey. Since this heavy weight start the 3 piece band have since released two more albums with 8/10 reviews in NME and The Guardian. Their latest full-length offering, Form, was released last year by New Zealand’s most respected independent label, Flying Nun. This, along with their ever-growing support around Europe and States makes Die! Die! Die! a band on the rise!


Alastair Rogers and crew are back with another Christchurch/Tohoku Charity Event.

This is the third charity event organised by Alastair Rogers and team. They are grateful for everyone's generosity at the first two events where a total of ¥809,000 was raised for Christchurch and Tohoku earthquake relief. The third charity event will return to What the Dickens in Ebisu.


Date: Sunday May 22nd, 2011
Time: 11am to 3pm
Venue: Wakanui, Azabu Juban 
Entry: 2,000yen

On May 22 New Zealand will host a global telethon from 9am to 9pm (NZ time) to raise money for the New Zealand Government's Christchurch Earthquake Appeal. KEA Japan and Kiwi Contacts will hold a charity event supporting the global telethon at Wakanui – the latest NZ home away from home. Please join everyone at the live Japan event and send your message of support back to family and friends.


Christchurch/Tohoku Mini Bazaar at the New Zealand Ambassador's Residence

Date & time: Tuesday 10 May, 10:30 am - 14:30 pm

Place: New Zealand Ambassador’s Residence
20-40 Kamiyama-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Please email the New Zealand Embassy at beforehand with your name and contact telephone number.


 2011 ANZAC Day commemorations ceremony will be held again this year at the Hodogaya War Cemetery in Yokohama on Monday, 25 April, starting at 9:00am and finishing at around 9:50am. The commemoration ceremony will be followed by morning tea and the event will finish up around 11am. Everyone is welcome to attend.


Another fundraiser for Christchurch New Zealand and North East Japan will be held at Shibuya O-Nest on Wednesday April 27, 2011. Thanks to the generosity of people at the first fundraiser held on March 27, approximately 500,000 yen was raised for New Zealand and Japan earthquake relief efforts. The organisers would like to top this amount at the next fundraiser.

The night will include great bands, DJs, charity auctions, raffles and more.

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