The Embassy of Brazil in
Brazilian Diplomatic representation.
Information on consular services of the
Embassy of Brazil in Tokyo. The consular department of the embassy can assist in visa and passport matters, as well
as providing consular statements and legalization of documents. For the full scope of consular services please
contact the embassy by the contact details below.
The Embassy of Brazil in Tokyo
2-11-12 Kita Aoyama, Minato-ku
(+81 3) 3404-5211
(+81 3) 3405-5846
Access: 10 minutes walk from the
station exit 3 Gaienmae, Ginza Line
Monday to Friday from 9 to 13 pm and
from 14 to 17 hours (Closed on
Saturdays, Sundays and holidays)
Brazil, the 5th largest country in the world is the largest country in South America and has the 7th largest economy in the world. Due to its growth and fast moving economy the country has made an
important step into being a major player on the international economical stage. But next to economical importance, the country also has developed to be a major donor for international aid to other
developing countries, like financial aid and aid in expertise which is another very important international policy of the governement of Brazil.
Brazilian Embassies promote the Brazilian governement interests in foreign and sovereign countries abroad. Through the diplomatic missions, such as embassies and consulates, the government of Brazil
is developing diplomatic relations on all levels to further improve its place on the world stage, which is one of the major goals of the country. Another major goal is the promotion of tourism to Brazil.
Brazilian Travel documents - Brazilian diplomatic missions, embassies and consulates can assist foreign travellers with obtaining visas to enter Brazil. Many foreign nationalities must apply for a
proper visa for a tourist visit as well for a business visit. The Brazilian diplomatic mission can inform you on all related procedures. When there is no Brazilian embassy or consulate present in your country you can
contact an embassy in a neigboring
your Hotel close to the Embassy of Brazil in Tokyo