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Japanese flag Embassy of Japan in Tbilisi

Address2nd Floor, 25 Leselidze Street
Tbilisi
Georgia
Phonelocal: (032) 439.678
international: +995.32.439.678

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Rodelio B. Socito
Tue, 25 Sep 2012 06:47 EDT
Visa application/30 day vacation
Dear sir/madam:

I have been to Japan almost 4 or 5 years ago and overstayed for almost a year to work and send myself to school in the Philippines. Now, I am working here in Georgia as English teacher under the Ministry of education. I will be having a 30day vacation on the 24th of December with free round trip ticket to anywhere in the world. I wish to use that incentive to once again see my sisters, niece, nephews who are now based in Japan. because I have no one to visit if I will go to the Philippines and I wish to spend my new year with them . God!! I really really miss them. Can I apply for a visa here in Georgia? What will be the requirements? I have a signed contract here in Georgia that will last for a year and plan to renew my contract for another year of volunteering as English teacher for public schools.
eze charles i
Thu, 5 Jan 2012 06:20 EST
address
please me where is japan embassy is in Georgia Tbilisi cos i wan to uptrend visa ok that all sir have a nice day
Nestan
Mon, 26 Sep 2011 04:24 EDT
ness.georgia@yahoo.co.uk
dzalian mchirdeba tqventan dakavshireba da qalaqis teleponi gapuchebuli gaqvt?
gela deliba
Sat, 2 Jul 2011 13:59 EDT
davit brat rogor xar dzmao? me ukrainadhi var
ltj
Wed, 29 Jun 2011 03:33 EDT
requeat
hi
i want to know address and tel Japan embassy or consulate in Armenia Yerevan city for visa please guide me
thank you
George
Wed, 18 May 2011 15:52 EDT
სამძიმარი
მოზიარე ვარ თქვენი მწუხარების.
shalva
Thu, 21 Apr 2011 11:03 EDT
shalva.yoseliani@yahoo.com
god bless japan(nihon),
i have seen some japanese tourists here in georgia,and i told them god bless japan and i said i am sorry about japan earthquake,any way god bless japan ,i am crying (some tears),,,god bless japan
shalva
Thu, 21 Apr 2011 10:10 EDT
shalva.yoseliani@yahoo.com
god bless japan(nihon),
i have seen some japanese tourists here in georgia,and i told them god bless japan and i said i am sorry about japan earthquake,any way god bless japan ,i am crying (some tears),,,god bless japan
New School International School of Georgia
Wed, 13 Apr 2011 08:20 EDT
New School is with Japan
To the People of Japan,
New School International School of Georgia would like to give our sincere sympathies to the people of Japan. Soon after the devastating events happened in Japan, our students gathered together In our school reception area for a “Now We are Japan” candle lighting service in memory of the Japanese people who lost their lives. Students created a place of quiet reflection with images of the Japanese flag, hand-prints of our students, student Japanese drawings and poems as well as prayers and comments written by our students. Our students also raised money to give to the Japanese Red Cross. Again, we support Japan with our well wishes and prayers.
New School International School of Georgia
Wed, 13 Apr 2011 08:20 EDT
New School is with Japan
To the People of Japan,
New School International School of Georgia would like to give our sincere sympathies to the people of Japan. Soon after the devastating events happened in Japan, our students gathered together In our school reception area for a “Now We are Japan” candle lighting service in memory of the Japanese people who lost their lives. Students created a place of quiet reflection with images of the Japanese flag, hand-prints of our students, student Japanese drawings and poems as well as prayers and comments written by our students. Our students also raised money to give to the Japanese Red Cross. Again, we support Japan with our well wishes and prayers.

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