Japanese flag Embassy of Japan in Lusaka

AddressNo. 5218, Haile Selassie Avenue
Lusaka
Zambia
PostalPO Box 34190
Phonelocal: (021) 125.1555
international: +260.21.125.1555
Faxlocal: (021) 125.3488
international: +260.21.125.3488
Web sitehttp://www.zm.emb-japan.go.jp/

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natasha lungwebungu
Thu, 27 Oct 2011 03:11 EDT
2012 MEXT SCHOLARSHIP
I have not yet gotten feedback on my application since may 2011 when it was submitted.
nathan chulu
Mon, 1 Aug 2011 18:11 EDT
2012 japan schlarship
i would like to ask if my application was succesifull
GEOFFREY SIMFUKWE
Mon, 20 Jun 2011 07:23 EDT
A REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE TO GET MY REFUND OR THE BUS I ORDERED FROM JAPAN
I ordered a 54 seater Mitsubishi Fuso Bus from Nobuki International Co.Ltd in September 2010 and paid US$13,500 by CIF to Dar es Salaam.Unfortunately up to now the company has not kept their promise to send the bus to me.I have requested for a refund but nothing has been done. Many Zambians have been cheated by tradecarview in Japan which is the argent advertising vehicles on behalf of the car companies which cheat customers from Africa. I am requesting the Japanese Embassy to assist me to recover my money.
My e-mail: gsimfukwe@yahoo.com
Venkatesh Seshamani
Fri, 11 Mar 2011 09:36 EST
Earthquake and tsunami
I saw the terrible consequences wrought by nature's fury on television today. As one of the great admirers of your country and people, I wanted to express my profound feeling of empathy with those who have suffered the consequences.

I was a Visiting Research Fellow in the Institute of Developing Economies in Tokyo some 13 years ago and I still carry vivid memories of the fruitful time and the hospitality shown by my Japanese friends.

At this hour, I can only include Japan and its people in my daily meditation and prayer and seek divine grace to restore normalcy expeditiously.

V. Seshamani
Professor of Economics
University of Zambia
Charles Ndakala
Wed, 2 Feb 2011 03:26 EST
Tracing Former Workmate
I have been trying to trace my former workmate who worked as a volunteer at Mbala Secondary school between 1994-1995 under JICA by the name of Kanako Hayashi. Could you please help me
north-west naturalists' society of zambia
Sun, 27 Jun 2010 06:56 EDT
stuartparknorman@yahoo.com
Dear Sir or Madam,

Our Society is a scientific and conservation NGO. We are currently seeking funding assistance for a conservancy and community clinic in North-Western Province.

We would like to apply to the Embassy of Japan, Lusaka but are frustrated because the old and new web site addresses apparently do not work.

How can we apply if we cannot get through to you?

Please assist soonest.

Yours sincerely,

Stuart Norman
Research Biologist and Treasurer, NWNSZ
for: Coordinator
north-west naturalists' society of zambia
Sun, 27 Jun 2010 06:54 EDT
please provide your correct e-mail address
Dear Sir or Madam,

Our Society is a scientific and conservation NGO. We are currently seeking funding assistance for a conservancy and community clinic in North-Western Province.

We would like to apply to the Embassy of Japan, Lusaka but are frustrated because the old and new web site addresses apparently do not work.

How can we apply if we cannot get through to you?

Please assist soonest.

Yours sincerely,

Stuart Norman
Research Biologist and Treasurer, NWNSZ
for: Coordinator

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