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Mon, 23 Oct 2017 12:01 EDT
Visit visa from Japan embassy as Pakistani pass
Dear sir how I can visit as Pakistani living Greece and want visit to Greece how I can get visit visa
Cobie Dijkstra
Fri, 7 Nov 2014 03:57 EST
Horrible and inhumane slaughter of innocent living beings, Taiji, Japan.
Here is the letter, sent to the Japanese government, which I support for more than 100%! Please read: Dear Governing Body of Japan,
At a time when all eyes of the world are on you, and the sustainability and humaneness of the dolphin hunt are being exposed, it’s crucial that you use your power to stop the cruel and unpopular slaughter of entire dolphin families.
The barbaric and tortuous treatment of intelligent animals is viewed by most as a sin against the natural world. While other counties have laws against the inhumane slaughter of fellow creatures of this Earth, Japan is eliminating entire pods of dolphins at an exponential rate. The result – the rest of the world is looking at Japan with great disgust.
As resistance to the world’s request to end dolphin slaughter continues, efforts are being made to prevent your country from hosting the 2020 Olympics.
Additionally, you are poisoning your own people. It’s a known fact that dolphin meat is high in mercury and is poisonous for human consumption! Do you want to be responsible for home-grown illness and potentially death among your citizens?
Please be reminded the world is watching you 24/7. Thanks to live recordings streamed by the Sea Shepherd Cove Guardians, the cruel and painfully slow Japanese dolphin slaughter is being viewed in households everywhere.
I hope you will consider the requests and expressions of concern, and do the right thing for your people and the world. Please end the slaughter of dolphins starting now!
Thu, 2 Oct 2014 10:41 EDT
To Rosa Maria van Wegen
No, you do not need a visa. When you arrive in Japan you will be given an entry stamp valid for 90 days. You must already hold an onward/return air ticket out of Japan.
Rosa Maria van Wegen widow of Tzanettis
Sat, 27 Sep 2014 05:48 EDT
tourist visa for Japan
I have a Netherlands passport, issued by the Embassy in Atens. Wish to visit Japan from 31 oct. through
22 november 2014.
Do I require a visa for this visit ???
Thank you
George Porixis
Wed, 4 Jun 2014 10:43 EDT
I am from Greece , athens and I am interested in studying in japan so if possible I would like to know the process. My email is kapetan-23@hotmail.com.
Thanks in advance, George.
Alison Stokes
Fri, 7 Sep 2012 22:00 EDT
STOP the slaugher of Pilot Whales & Dolphins at Taiji, Japan.
STOP the slaugher of Pilot Whales & Dolphins at Taiji, Japan.
私が言うことができることが何もなくてそれがあなたにこれらの哺乳動物に対する姿勢を変えさせるかあるいはすでにそれらの目前の死に抗議しています。 しかし私があなたにストレス〔強調〕を缶詰めにしてあなたがこの野蛮な実行〔練習〕を終えるまで日本へのどんな未来の旅行も取り消されること。

The Mass killing of Pilot Whales in Taiji, Japan.
Please intervene to stop the mass killing of Pilot Whales in Taiji. These innocent creatures are much valued and needed in our Seas and we do not support Japan's actions in these killings.

Yours from the Heart,

Alison Stokes,
Dublin, Ireland.
Bilal Hussain
Wed, 30 May 2012 08:55 EDT
Hi sir,Madam i want to study in Japan so please can you explain about procces.
I am from Azad Kashmir pakistan and now student in Cyprus.
Mon, 14 Nov 2011 16:26 EST
I'm the Secretary General of the AGRARIAN PARTY OF GREECE (est. 1914) and I would like cooperate with the Japanese Government and Authorities on the Agriculture Economic Policy in all levels.
Thank you Your Excellency for your so nice letter to me on Μαυ 20 2011. I did the possible for the victims of the earthquake.
Professor Vasilios Gikas, Academician in Economy & Law.
30 Eftychias Street
142 33 NEA IONIA
Eva Balois
Wed, 20 Apr 2011 18:02 EDT
Malta Fund Raising for Japan
JAPAN EASE – a cultural event to help the victims of Japan

The Malta Comic Con and the Maltese Islands Cosplay Association (M.I.C.A.) are two non-governmental organizations which have in common a passion for Comics and Cosplay (costumed role-playing). Together they seek to encourage and promote this type of culture in Malta. Most of all, they share a sincere love for Art and Japanese Culture.
Following the wave of earthquakes, tsunami and the harmful radiating leaks that struck the beautiful land of Japan, leaving a trail of devastation and deaths in their wake, the Malta Comic Con and M.I.C.A. with the participation of Malta Japan Association and support of UNESCO, have teamed up in order to hold a charity event called JAPAN-EASE in aid of Japan and its unfortunate victims.
The JAPAN-EASE event will be held on Saturday 30th April from 10am at The Point Shopping Mall in Tigne Point. A whole day will be dedicated to Japanese culture, filled with cultural, artistic and entertaining activities.
There will be lectures on Bonsai Growing and on how to draw Manga. Other activities range from Manga-style artwork displays coupled with live drawing sessions by artists. There will also be Cosplay skits (short performances) in colourful costumes and various games like Yu Gi Oh.
An interesting feature is live music provided by the singers Natasha and Charlene and Clifford Galea who were participants in the Malta Song for Europe. Also taking part are Charles Dalli and Eric Calleja of X-Tend. There will also be Michael Robert Jackson, a talented Michael Jackson impersonator. Other activities include Japanese food, Martial Arts and life-saving demonstrations, traditional Japanese crafts, street magicians performing tricks.

JAPAN-EASE is aimed at exposing the Maltese to the rich and diverse culture of Japan in order to understand it more and appreciate it better. All gathered funds from the event will be donated to the Japanese Red Cross to help the victims of Japan in their hour of need.

All those interested in participating or helping in this event please contact Malta Comic Con (faintarrow@yahoo.com, Samantha.abela@gmail.com ) or M.I.C.A. (evabousksou@yahoo.com). May this charity event help to bring back some smiles and restore hope in the land of the Rising Sun.
For more information you can access the Official Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=186654664710396
Jose Valencia
Fri, 18 Mar 2011 05:08 EDT
Expressing our condolences and sympathy
On behalf of Filipino migrants in Greece, we, the organization KASAPI Hellas deeply condole with the people of Japan.

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