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Japanese flag Embassy of Japan in Manila

Address2627 Roxas Boulevard
Pasay City
1300 Metro Manila
PostalPO Box 414
Phonelocal: (02) 551.5710
international: +63.2.551.5710
Faxlocal: (02) 551.5780
international: +63.2.551.5780
Web sitehttp://www.ph.emb-japan.go.jp/

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edelita landawe
Wed, 11 Dec 2013 02:15 EST
not married
Anu po ang pde ko gawin pra maka punta kmi ng dalawa ko anak japan di man kmi kasal ng tatay nla.pro yong name nla nka apiliyido sa tatay nla ..HIROYUKI SATO IWATI KEN
Misaki Mercado Nishiguchi
Wed, 11 Dec 2013 01:59 EST
Magandang araw po ako po si MISAKI NISHIGUCHI isa po akong half filipina/japanese im 18 years old matagal ko na pong gusto makilala ang tatay kong japanese.kasal po sila ng nanay ko na si MILAGROS MERCADO.ang pangalan po ng tatay ko ay KOJI NISHIGUCHI.sana po matulungan niyo ako na mahanap siya.humihingi din po ako ng advise kung paano ko po siya mahahanap..salamat po.
Miyuki Crizelle V. Calimag
Fri, 6 Dec 2013 22:51 EST
finding my japanese father
i am miyuki crizelle v. calimag atgusto ko pong makitaang totoong tatay ko hindi ko pa po sya nakikita kahit minsan ang pangalan po niya ay TERUAKI KAZUKI ang alam ko po ay nakatira po siya sa FOUKOKA JAPAN KUNG MAY IMPORMASON PO KAYO TUNGKOL SA KANYA PAKI CONTACT LANG PO AKO SA NO. NA ITO 09465581650 SMART PO YAN
keiko Miyake Jamora
Mon, 2 Dec 2013 10:15 EST
My japanese mother
My Japanese mother met my Filipino father in Tokyo and got married in St. Ignatiius Church. It was registered in my mother's kosekitohon. They came to live in Manila and had three children. My mother had a hard time in the Philippines and worked hard to make ends meet.
She and my father separated in the 70's and my mother continued to work here. My father had remarried and have children from the second wife.My father passed away in 2006.I had just found out that my father never registered
their marriage with the DFA and they're not officially married here in the Philippines.My mother is 78 yrs. old and is diabetic. I just want to know if Japanese gov't still cares to check my mom's case and status and if she is still a Japenese citizen. My mom is very naive and didn't know that we were supposed to choose our citizenship of probably neglected it because of her situation. Pls. let me know who i should contact for my mother's case. or Pls. call 09998816121 or 9868925 ( manila)
Keiko Miyake Jamora
Mon, 2 Dec 2013 10:03 EST
My Japanese mother
My Japanese mother met my father in Tokyo and got married in St. Ignatius church.
It is registered in her kosekitohon. My father
Tue, 19 Nov 2013 01:29 EST
Ask ko lng poh kung pwede namin na japanese national yun anak ko half japanese sga but hindi kami kasal sa ama niya ngayon pwde po bah ? At panu anu yun mga kinakailangan namin gawin ? Salamat poh
Sun, 17 Nov 2013 14:03 EST
akira matsuo consul at japanese embassy
I want to see him bec he is my father
Thu, 14 Nov 2013 03:59 EST
hi poh gusto ko lang itanung nagpakasal kami ng japanes na aswa ko last 2007 pagktpos nun hindi na kami nagkita,,walang contact oh comunication..pwdi poh bang e declare na single ako uli..
concerned filipino citizen
Tue, 12 Nov 2013 21:50 EST
I knew a female person who happened to marry a japanese citizen twice without undergoing annulment of her previous marriages. is she entitled to visit japan again coz now she is planning to marry a japanese citizen as her access to enter and live in japan again. she is married toa filipino citizen and got a daughter before she married the two japanese citizens, but her filipino husband, after she begot a son from a japanese national who is not her husband, left her and filed presumtive death against her.
Florence Sato Duran
Mon, 11 Nov 2013 00:51 EST
Hiring Filipino workers for Fukushima's reconstruction program
I've been residing in Fukushima prefecture for over 10 years. I am aware about the devastation caused by the March 11 powerful earthquake and Fukushima Daiichi plant. Reconstruction of damaged areas is now the priority of the Japanese government and the start to recovery is ongoing. Construction companies are presently in need for manpower. I am given the privilege to recruit workers from the Philippines. With this regard, please provide me the standard procedures of direct hiring. I want to offer my services and proceed to the right channels. After all,
it's Japan's employer's benefit and Philippines' employee;s benefit. Your advice and more information is really appreciated. You can email me at nightingalegem539@yahoo.com and looking forward for your response. Thank you.

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