Thursday July 30th 2015
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EMBASSY NEWS

New Japanese Ambassador presents credentials to the President

29 July 2015, Ref: 2015-251 The new Ambassador of Japan designated to the Maldives, H.E. [Read More]

Golden Jubilee of Independence

26 July 2015. Today marks the 50th Anniversary of Independence of the Republic of [Read More]

Parliamentary Vice – Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan calls on Foreign Minister Dunya

26 July 2015: Male’ The Parliamentary Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan H. E. [Read More]

THE EMBASSY

THE EMBASSY

EMBASSY OF THE MALDIVES
Iikura IT Building, 8F,
1-9-10 Azabudai,
Minato-ku,Tokyo 106-0041,
JAPAN
TEL:03-6234-4315
FAX:03-6234-4316
E-mail: info@maldivesembassy.jp

Office Hours:
Mon - Fri: 0900-1700
Mon - Fri: 1000-1600 (Consular)

REGISTER ONLINE

The Maldivian Community in Japan are requested to register by completing the Online Registration Form or by calling the Embassy.
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Visit Guide

Visit Guide

MALDIVES-JAPAN RELATIONS

Maldives-Japan Relations

  Diplomatic relations between the Maldives and Japan was established in 1967. Over the past four decades, relations of friendship and understanding between the two [Read More]

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES

General information

Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) has always played a crucial role in the economic development of the Maldives.     [Read More]

Economic Profile

The Maldives is an archipelago of 1,192 small coral islands. Of the 200 inhabited islands, one third have fewer than [Read More]

Laws and Regulations

  Law on Foreign Investments in the Republic of Maldives (Law No. 25/79) The  Company  Law  of  the [Read More]

For more info please visit Invest Maldives

Consular Services

Consular Services

The Embassy provides the following services to Maldivian nationals living in Japan: Assisting in renewing and processing of passports Issuing temporary travel documents in [Read More]

VISIT MALDIVES

General Infomation

Sun, sand and sea, a thousand ‘Robinson Crusoe’ islands, massive lagoons with different depths and infinite shades [Read More]

Visa

Visitors to the Maldives do not require a visa prior to their arrival in the country. A free 30 days tourist visa [Read More]

Customs Regulations

All passengers visiting the Maldives should go through customs checking. Passengers’ luggage and any other hand [Read More]

For more info please visit MMPRC

NEWS FROM THE MALDIVES

President ratifies the Fourth Amendment to the “Decentralisation Act”

President ratifies the Fourth Amendment to the “Decentralisation Act”

29 July 2015, Ref: 2015-253 President Abdulla Yameen Abdul Gayoom has on Wednesday, ratified the Fifth Amendment to the “Decentralisation Act” (Act No. 7/2010). Following ratification, the bill has been published in the ‎Government Gazette.‎ Source: Press Release, [Read More]

Japanese Ambassador calls on the Vice President

Japanese Ambassador calls on the Vice President

29 July 2015, Ref: 2015-252 Japanese Ambassador designated to the Maldives, H.E. Kenichi Sunganuma, has paid a courtesy call on Vice President Ahmed Adheeb Abdul Ghafoor. The meeting was held this afternoon at the [Read More]

New Japanese Ambassador presents credentials to the President

New Japanese Ambassador presents credentials to the President

29 July 2015, Ref: 2015-251 The new Ambassador of Japan designated to the Maldives, H.E. Mr Kenichi Suganuma has presented his credentials to President Abdulla Yameen Abdul Gayoom, on Wednesday morning. At the ceremony [Read More]

President and First Lady watch Independence Day float parade

President and First Lady watch Independence Day float parade

28 July 2015, Ref: 2015-250 President Abdulla Yameen Abdul Gayoom and First Lady Fathimath Ibrahim have this evening watched the float parade organized by the Ministry of Home Affairs, on the occasion of the Golden Jubilee [Read More]

STUDY IN JAPAN

One of the key priorities of the Embassy is to find suitable educational opportunities for Maldivian students in Japan. We are presently in the process of compiling an educational resources database and hope to publish it on this website shortly.

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