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How to get Vietnam visa for Japanese citizens

JAPAN

• Complete Name: Japan

• Native Name: Nihon-Koku

• ISO-Code: JPN

• Capital: Tōkyō [Tokyo]

Japanese passport holders are not need visa to visit Vietnam if stay less than 15 days in Vietnam. Please do not forget to apply for Vietnam visa if stay more than 15 days in Vietnam.

As a Japanese native longing to visit Vietnam in the near future, you have to obtain your Vietnam visa in advance. There are two routes by which you can apply and secure your Vietnam visa as recorded beneath:

• By visiting the Vietnam embassy in person so as to apply for your Vietnam visa from there

• By starting your visa application procedure from our website online

The direct application plan for the Vietnam visa at the Vietnam consulate

As a visa applicant longing to visit the Vietnam within a brief span of time, you can seek your Vietnam visa at the Vietnam embassy in Japan in person. While there, you will taken through lessons on the best approaches to applying a Vietnam visa and you can fill in the structures instantly to start your visa application process. The Vietnam consulate in Japan welcomes all visa applicants and one can visit there whenever throughout business hours.

If all you need is information and instructions on how to apply for your Vietnam visa, you don’t fundamentally need to appear at the Vietnam consulate so long as you can make calls or chat with them through email messages to get instructed on what the visa requisition methodology involves. The following are more contacts to the Vietnam consulate through which you can get in touch with them for more advising:

Vietnam Embassy in Tokyo, Japan

Address: 50-11, Motoyoyogi-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151, Japan

Phone: (813) 3466 3313; 3466 3314; 3481 6354; 3466 3311

Fax: (813) 3466 3391; 3466 7652; 3466 3312

Email: vnembasy@blue.ocn.ne.jp

Website: www.vietnamembassy-japan.org

Consulate General of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in Osaka, Japan

Address: 4-2-15 Ichinocho Higashi, Sakai-ku, Sakai-shi, Osaka 590-0952, Japan

Main line: +81-72-221-6666

Fax: +81-72-221-6667

Email: tlsqvn.osaka@mofa.gov.vn

Website: www.vietnamconsulate-osaka.org

Vietnam visa on arrival by online application procedure

You can procure your Vietnam visa from a Vietnam international airport upon your entry there or at the Vietnam embassy in the event that you get to seek it through our website. Firstly, you will need to have two passport photos of yourself and your passport document so as to qualify as a visa candidate with us.

All qualified visa applicants then need to visit our website and fill in the visa application form provided there by downloading and printing it in order to fill in the blanks spaces in it. They will then have to submit it back to our website for the approval process that follows shortly. If they effectively and exactly fill in the visa application form there and pay the visa administration fees with us according to our guidelines, we will send them a letter of approval. The letter of regard comes by means of email as sent by us within time duration of 48 working hours.

Each applicant to the Vietnam visa will have to present their two passport photos, their letter of approval in hardcopy printout version and their valid passport at the time of obtaining their Vietnam visas. This can be at the Vietnam embassy that one picked in the visa application form or at the Vietnam international airport upon their landing there by plane. Finally, the candidates will each pay a slight visa stamping fee before they are handed their Vietnam visa right there.

Important points to note:

• There are international airports in Vietnam to be specific: Tan Son Nhat (SGN), Noi Bai (HAN), Da Nang (DAD), Cam Ranh (CXR), Phu Quoc (PQC), …..

• The inquirers must fill in their visa application forms with right data. This precautionary measure ensures their letter of approval holds legitimate data as is their passport.


How to get Vietnam visa for Japanese citizens

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