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Japanese flag Consulate of Japan in Cebu City

Address7th Floor, Keppel Center
Samar Loop cor. Cardinal Rosales Avenue
Cebu Business Park
Cebu City
Philippines
Phonelocal: (032) 231.7321
international: +63.32.231.7321
Faxlocal: (032) 231.6843
international: +63.32.231.6843

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Amychang
Mon, 14 Apr 2014 03:48 EDT
To be part with JET Program
Hello ..good day.I am a certified teacher who wish and aimed to join in the JET Program...can you please help me the process?And do you have any idea of what age level will be accepted in the program because I am 42 years old already but I believed that age doesnt matter as long as the eagerness to work and the commitment to work are are alive and honest.I really love Japan because I love the Country, the people and the culture.I hope you can help me with my queries.Thank you.
Kazumari Takagi
Mon, 17 Mar 2014 05:58 EDT
looking for my father
hello im kazumari takagi , i want to know if my father is still alive . I never saw him since birth only a picture of him . Would you help me how to find my father he is Kazunari Takagi from kyunsho-Kumamoto , my father's sister name Hiruko Takagi, and his parents is Teruyo and Tsuyushi Takagi . I am a working student in Cebu at the same time i've been serving in a church . Pls. advice me what to do to find my father here's my # 09223613748.
Kazumari Takagi
Mon, 17 Mar 2014 05:45 EDT
hello im kazumari takagi , i want to know if my father is still alive . I never saw him since birth only a picture of him . Would you help me how to find my father he is Kazunari Takagi from kyunsho-Kumamoto . I am a working student in Cebu at the same time i've been serving in a church . pls. advice me what to do to find my father here's my # 09223613748.
irene jorgeo
Tue, 28 Jan 2014 09:56 EST
inquiring
hello, my grandma is a half-japanese and half filipino... but she never meet her father but we heard that they been looking for her grandma before.. what we will do or where we will ask for help bout this issue coz we heard that japanese are looking for there family tree here in philippines... my email is airain_jorgeo@yahoo.com and my phone number is 09151172659. hope you can help me. thank you...
Mayumi Yamaguchi
Tue, 17 Dec 2013 08:47 EST
Looking for my father. SHINICHI YAMAGUCHI
Its been 18 years since he left me. I never got the chance to meet him, i was just 1yrold when he and my mom got separated.( they met at CEBU) my mother's name is BABY GACHAPIN. I just want to meet him, He was 46 years old when he left .If you happen to know him please contact me. 09175902158. Thanks
cheryl
Wed, 4 Dec 2013 02:45 EST
grant us to work in japan, since we are capable since we have a japanese blood line
Im Cheryl, please help us! I have a Japanese blood line, my grand father was a Japanese, We had an application from niki jen kai foundation 3 years ago. Our family are very active regarding our application. The last part we had heard was our kosiki tohon was approved. I don’t know what’s the next. Please help us.
edelyn
Mon, 2 Dec 2013 20:14 EST
finding scholarship
I forgot to give my contact number , just contact me in my facebook account for the information maryedelyn@yahoo.com .. thank you!!
edelyn
Mon, 2 Dec 2013 02:18 EST
finding scholarship in japan
I read a message from facebook that Yokohama National University(YCCS) is finding a scholars.. just like others I have commented on it then they replied that I have to go in a japanese government for more information about this. can you help me in finding the steps on how to apply this one? because they commented on it that we have to ask a japanese government to ask more about it.. I'm really interesting with this..pls help me ..
ella fukumoto
Sat, 16 Nov 2013 18:24 EST
passport renewal issue
Hello sir/maam im a filipina married to a jap national who is already a permanent resident here in cebu.. we had a 14 yr old daughter (dual citizen) and holds a jap passport . My prob is, I would like to renew my daughter's expired jap passport which has been expired last 2008.. I dont have a latest kosiki tuhon that i can support at the jap consul..my husband and I are not In good term anymore for quiet long, and seems like he has no plans of helping me to produce the latest kosiki tohon knowing I will use it for renewal of my daughter jap passport.. I dont have anyone or not even his relatives in japan that I could ask a favor..I hope you can help me sir/maam regarding this matter..thank you!
Shelly Napier
Mon, 21 Oct 2013 23:43 EDT
Shiella Marie Tazai
Shiella Marie Tazai came to Napier, New Zealand living as prostitute for my boyfriend that I discovered after we had been together for 4years..Rod, told me he didnt even know she was coming, he told me he got a phone call from her to say she was coming to NZ...So how come she was allowed into our country when he met her on a dating site..he had to then sponsor her to allow her to stay in our country for 3mths..All these women should check to make sure these NZ men like Rod who is 57years of age, arent already in a relationship & of course when a phillipino is half his age..well being a male..what would you do...Whilst living in NZ she disrupted my life style..told so many lies & just caused a heap of trouble...Women like her should never be allowed back in New Zealand..

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