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Japanese flag Embassy of Japan in Yangon

AddressNo. 100, Natmauk Road
Bahan Township
Yangon
Burma (Myanmar)
PostalPO Box 841
Phonelocal: (01) 549.644
international: +95.1.549.644
Faxlocal: (01) 549.643
international: +95.1.549.643
Web sitehttp://www.mm.emb-japan.go.jp/

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MUCHAINA BRIAN ADVISER TO PRESIDENT/C.E.O.-GIAPHAM
Thu, 8 Jun 2017 13:35 EDT
GIAPHAM-TOURISM AND HUMANITIES SAFARIS AND GOSPEL EVANGELICALS ALL OVER UGANDA
A lot of people have thought about taking a trip. Even if you would trust that there is a place close that offers one? If you head 20 minutes from Kampala Capital City to Nsabya along Ggaba road Next to American Embassy, opposite Embassy supermarket, you will find GIAPHAM-TOURISM AND HUMANITIES SAFARIS AND GOSPEL EVANGELICALS ALL OVER UGANDA. FAITH GRAVITY CURES INTERNATIONAL CHURCH of GIAPHAM supports gospel evangelicals sticking on Moving Faith.

While you may be thinking this is just a zoo or a drive through park, it’s not. GIAPHAM-TOURISM AND HUMANITIES SAFARIS AND GOSPEL EVANGELICALS ALL OVER UGANDA is a Non- Governmental organisation that links you to Wildlife, air ticketing, have car rentals and hotel reservation all over Uganda.

However, to a certain extent from your traditional ways of seeing animals behind a pane of glass, here you can get up close and personal just like a trip through Uganda. GIAPHAM-TOURISM AND HUMANITIES SAFARIS AND GOSPEL EVANGELICALS ALL OVER UGANDA adventures, you will have the chance to MOVING FAITH GOSPEL Teaching, observe game parks, wild beasts, and exotic birds in their open-air aviary, lakes and pigmies (Batwa) at cuya forest, bwindi and Mugahinga, and visiting health facilities, Disadvantaged persons .

Now, GIAPHAM TOURISM AND HUMANITIES safaris allover Uganda offers five times a day, (9 a.m., 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 3 p.m. and 5 p.m.) and are priced anywhere between $50-$80 for kids under 17 and $80-$90 for adults depending on the day. Senior tickets are between $50- $100.

If you feel like you and the family want to spend more time with the tour, you can even spend the night/camp in Uganda! With luxury tents that include plush beds, hot showers and unique furniture, the fun experience allows you to enjoy something unlike anything else! The Management does inform you that you will be surrounded by conditions that are very close to a natural habitat that is seen in Africa. Meaning, you will probably hear the sounds of the water waves, animals, birds during their nighttime activities.

So if this sounds like the journey for you, visit our website for more information and a list of GIAPHAM TOURISM AND HUMANITIES safaris allover Uganda on www.giaphamug.org or send message on info@giaphamug.org
thazin
Tue, 25 Apr 2017 06:01 EDT
about visa section
I felt that visa applying at japan embassy is too hard.
I've never applied visa but last year,i accompanied with there my relatives from Mandalay.
It's process is very complicated and the staffs from visa section were very rude although being Myanmar people.
They told loudly to elder persons and they don't want to explain warmly or briefly.
I noticed that another persons who came to apply visa also told about the staffs from visa section.
They told me they came visa section for many times and the most difficult fact is that nobody answer phone from visa section .
Sometimes, somebody needs information about visa, but they are not familiar with English or Japanese.So called visa section but nobody pick up phone.
Luckly , we catch up them,they replied that they are so busy,so please come to Embassy .
What else?
I heard from my friends of UFL ,japanese language students,they all are afraid to go embassy for applying visa.

I also don't understand why the staffs of visa sections are so so hard and no soft although being Myanmar people???
K Khaing Zin
Thu, 26 Jan 2017 03:22 EST
Want to work in japanese embassy in Myanmar
こんにちは。ケーともします。私は今日本のソフト会社で働いています。機械があれば日本の大使館で働きたいです。よろしくお願いたしmす。
Naw Hnin Hnin Wai
Wed, 22 Jun 2016 22:33 EDT
Want to work in Japanese embassy
こんにちは
I participated in your interview the other day(21/06/16), I felt nervous during the time so i couldn't express my desire to work in your embassy so i apologise for my late command but i really have a desire to learn foreign relation and Japan-myanmar relation so please contact me if you want to give a second chance. Thank you.
Agoer Henrusman
Tue, 14 Jun 2016 08:54 EDT
Needed funds for home improvement mother
Dear Mr. or Mrs.

My name AGOER HENRUSMAN, I am the second of four children, now I live in the area Rangkasbitung Lebak district of Banten province, My brother stayed with Mum I Regional Cicalengka Bandung Regency West Java Province, Brother I am a woman living with her husband in the Region Tasimalaya Tasikmalaya district of West Java province and the latter's sister I live in the city of Bandung in West Java province.
Conditions My mother is a widow who currently do not work only scrape a living from his mercy. Which is just the most children live within the limitations of money, then for that I am a child really want to serve even though only a small portion to thank Ms. I, for that I ventured to seek the help of the money for home improvement and survival, for philanthropists and donors which has an excess of material of money, would presumably help the mother I set aside a small portion of the money donated to the Mother I am the current conditions listed above.
For those who are willing to donate please send to the bank account below
BCA (Bank Central Asia) Serang Branch.
Rangkasbitung Unit.
In the Name AGOER HENRUSMAN.
BANK BCA Code CENAIDJA.






Thus I will now submit applications for assistance to be informed, before I thank you.

Best regards
AGOER HENRUSMAN
photos of my mom's house could be seen on facebook
zayar linn
Mon, 6 Jun 2016 23:47 EDT
for job interview
Hello Sir,
My name is Zayar linn. I'm a Lawyer.I intrest to work in Japan embassy in myanmar.thinking in Advances.
Tina
Wed, 30 Mar 2016 10:56 EDT
the worst embassy in town
About a month ago, I applied for the tourist visas for the school trip. I ended up visiting the embassy about ten times for the documents they ask for. It is unnecessary. In the end they only accept the original documents with the applications. Myanmar staff were very rude and they didn't pay any respect to the applicants. Their service is horrendous and most people have very bad experience with them. Some people even quit applying and arguing with them before the final decision has been made. sometime verbally abused the applications and no action has been taken against them. The worst embassy that I haveever been to.
Yin May Thu
Mon, 25 Jan 2016 04:11 EST
Kon Ni Chi Wa
Hello,
My name is Yin May Thu and I work for Premium Food Distribution in Yangon as a Sale in charge of Japanese restaurant.I am very enthusiastic in learning Japanese language systematically.And also willing to work in Japanese Embassy for my future.But I love my present job also.
Founder
Mon, 21 Dec 2015 02:41 EST
Dana Hibah Akhir Tahun 2015
Salam Sejahtera

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surender
Sat, 5 Dec 2015 03:24 EST
want to work in japan
I need an agent to know abojt japan jobsand what can i do for a job. Pls help me

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