About the Consulate-General of Japan

The Consulate-General in Brisbane was established in 1966. It is part of the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs. As a Japanese diplomatic mission it has a variety of responsibilities and roles. Working towards strengthening the relationship between Japan and Queensland is one of its responsibilities. Roles of the Consulate-General include serving the interests of Japanese nationals living in Queensland and also offering assistance to Australians who seek to visit or learn more about Japan.
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