Australian Embassy, Tokyo

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Address: 2-1-14 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8361 - Telephone: 03-5232-4111

Australian Consulate-General Osaka


16F Twin 21 MID Tower
2-1-61 Shiromi, Chuo-ku
Osaka 540-6116

Tel: 06-6941-9448
Fax: 06-6920-4543

Map and Travel Directions

Consular Office Opening Hours

Monday - Friday
9:00 - 17:30

Consulate Holidays

The Australian Consulate General in Osaka holds no authority to handle visa-related inquiries. Please use the Online Visa information Request Form for Australian visa enquiries.

Notarial / Passport Services

In Person

You can lodge your documents in person at the Australian Consulate-General Consular Section.

An appointment is required. To request an appointment, please complete our Online Enquiry Form.

  • Notarial Services
    Office hours: Tuesday (11:00 - 16:30) and Thursday (9:30 - 16:30)
  • Passport Services
    Office hours: Monday - Friday (9:30 - 16:30)

By Mail

  • Some notarial services such as "certified copy" or "Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage (with a qualified witness signature)" are available by mail. Please post your documents to us together with your payment and a completed Notarial Request form.
    Word | PDF
  • Under certain circumstances you can lodge your passport application by mail. For details, please check Passport Services.

To make an enquiry, please complete our Online Enquiry Form


In the event of after hours emergency, please phone 06-6941-9448 or 03-5232-4111 and follow the instructions to be connected to the Consular Emergency Centre.


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Osaka-Update Newsletter

Did you know that the Australian Consulate-General Osaka produces a bimonthly newsletter which is full of information about the Kansai region?
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Other useful information

Useful links for living in the Kansai

The Australian Consulate-General Osaka has created a collection of useful links for Australians living in or planning to live in the Kansai region of Japan.
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English speaking lawyers in Kansai / Chugoku / Shikoku

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