The Embassy provides a notice board in the 1F lobby for public use. If you wish to place an item on the board, please submit it to the receptionist first for approval. Alternatively, you can send it to us via email in Microsoft Word or PDF format.
Please be aware that this notice board is primarily for the use of individuals rather than commercial interests, and that we reserve the right to refuse placement of your item.
For details, please contact the Public Affairs Division at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What the Embassy Can and Can't Do
The Embassy can provide assistance and guidance to any New Zealander in serious distress - for example, if you have been involved in an accident, been hospitalised, arrested or detained, or you have lost your passport.
The Embassy's telephone number is (03) 3467-2271. This number can be phoned after-hours for advice of urgent after-hours numbers.
The Embassy can:
The Japan New Zealand Business Council was formed in 1974 to foster and develop long term economic and trade relations with Japan, to provide a forum for a high level interchange of views between business leaders of Japan and New Zealand on a regular basis, and to foster and deepen mutual understanding essential to the expansion of trade between the two countries.
For more information, visit the Council's official homepage.
The New Zealand Government’s Economic Transformation Agenda seeks to progress New Zealand to a high income, knowledge-based market economy, which is both innovative and creative, and provides a unique quality of life to all New Zealanders.
Information about marriage in New Zealand for Japanese citizens
1. Normally the only document required for marriage in New Zealand is the Notice of Intended Marriage. In the case of Japanese citizens, it is also recommended that you bring a certified copy of your Family Register, translated into English, as a record of your birth and any previous marriages. If you have been married before, you should also bring a copy of documents showing how the previous marriage ended. If you have been divorced before, ensure that the divorce certificate shows 'decree absolute'.