About Us

The Consulate-General in Brisbane was established in 1966. It represents the Government of Japan in Queensland, and is part of the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs. As a Japanese diplomatic consular mission it has a variety of responsibilities and roles. Working towards strengthening the relationship between Japan and Queensland is one of its basic duties. 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. We hope you find this website useful and informative. Please click on the links located throughout our website to locate the information that you require. Thank you very much for visiting the Consulate-General website.

Our Mission

The mission of the Consulate-General of Japan in Brisbane is twofold:
1. To create a better understanding and promote the development of ties between Japan and the people of Queensland. By supporting a closer relationship between the two countries, the Consulate-General aims to help Australians better understand Japan and its people, culture and customs.
2. To represent and assist Japanese citizens living in Queensland. By providing various services to Japanese, we endeavour to make their lives in Australia as peaceful and trouble-free as possible.


Information regarding COVID-19 

For the most up-to-date information regarding COVID-19, including border enforcement measures in Japan and details for visiting our office, please visit our news archive:

Visiting Us

*Please note that entry via Charlotte Street is currently unavailable due to ground level construction work until December 2023 (current estimate), access to the building is currently via Creek Street: