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Emergency Notice

The Embassy continues to advise Irish citizens in Japan to monitor developments closely in relation to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, and to follow the advice of local, in particular Prefectural and also national authorities for details of specific measures in force in those areas. For further information on the latest entry restrictions and requirements in place in Japan and Ireland, please visit our travel advice page. Follow us on twitter @IrishEmbJapan and @IrishEmbJapanEN for further information and updates. Irish citizens in Japan can also contact the Embassy in Tokyo by phone +81 (0)3 3263 0695 or by email on tokyoem@dfa.ie. As the Embassy is operating on reduced staffing and reduced hours, communication by email is preferred. We will prioritise responding to urgent queries.

As of 13 September, remaining COVID-19 restrictions on entry visa and preclearance processing, which were brought in as a necessary interim measure to help reduce the spread of COVID-19, have now been lifted. Please check the website of Immigration Service Delivery or the visa section of our website for more details.

All travellers arriving into Ireland must continue to fully comply with measures required by law, including producing proof of vaccination, recovery from COVID-19, or a negative PCR test. Please continue to check the latest Government Advice

Passport Online: Worldwide renewals

Passport Online: Worldwide renewals

Adults and children around the world can renew their Irish passport online. This is the quickest, easiest and cheapest way to apply for your passport today. You can apply for a passport book, a card or both! The application takes about ten minutes and you can take your photo with your phone!

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Tourism Ireland website in Japanese

Tourism Ireland website in Japanese

There’s never been a better time to visit Ireland, and with the Japanese-language Tourism Ireland website adding new content all the time, it has never been so easy to plan the holiday of your dreams.

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Working Holiday Programme

Working Holiday Programme

The Working Holiday Programme is an initiative by the Irish and Japanese Governments that enables young Japanese people to take extended holidays in Ireland.

Working Holiday Programme
FAQs

FAQs

Answers to our most frequently asked questions in Japanese /よくあるご質問については下記をご参照ください

FAQs
Visas

Visas

If you want to enter Ireland, you may need a visa. We will guide you through the application process.

Visas

Contact Embassy of Ireland, Japan

Address & Opening Hours

Embassy of Ireland

Ireland House,
2-10-7,
Kojimachi,
Chiyoda-ku,
Tokyo 102-0083,
Japan
Tel: (03) 3263-0695

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