A residence card is a card issued to foreign nationals residing legally in Japan for the mid to long-term who have resident status under the Immigration Control Act. Always have your residence card with you when out of your home.
New Comers Corner
Shared information related to Emergency contacts, Weather/seismic info from JMA, Utilities, TRANSPORTATION - Railways, Airports
Ministry of Transport and Highways (MoRTH), India has introduced a new service for re-issuance of International Driving Permit (IDP) through Embassy/Consulate to eligible Indian nationals in Japan.
The article covers guidance for entry, employment, child birth, education, medical services, pension and welfare, tax, traffic, emergencies and disasters, housing, daily rules and customs
Living in a foreign culture where you are not familiar with the language will involve a lot of inconveniences and difficulties. This so-called "language barrier" may seem especially high when you need medical attention for your illness or injury. MIC Kanagawa's founding mission and goal is to "create a society where everyone can enjoy full access to medical services, regardless of their race, nationality or cultural background."
The whole legal system process is very cumbersome. So, first important thing is to live a life within the boundaries of the legal system.
Every country possesses its missions and offices in overseas to support the lives of its citizens living in the respective countries, and to support the bilateral relations and trade between the countries.
Before you start using Gas, Electricity and Water, you need to register Gas, Electricity and Water under your name / new address
We have listed the address and phone number of each ward office below. For registrations and applications please visit the municipal office in your area of residence.
Guide to Choosing an Internet Service Provider in Tokyo - Getting your internet connection in Japan - Guide And Price Comparison
The Internet is an indispensable part of our lives. If you're planning to stay connected online in Tokyo or somewhere else in Japan, getting a plan with an Internet provider is one of the first things you should do. However, many people may put off signing contracts due to complicated procedures and language barriers.