Kiribati Consulate In Sendai, Japan

Organization Type(mission) Consulate
Country Kiribati flag Kiribati
Located country Japan flag Japan
Located city Sendai
Address(street) The Kiribati consulate in Sendai, Japan has closed. Please contact the embassy in Taipei, Taiwan for assistance.
Emails Not provided
Fax (+886) 2-2757-6159 (embassy in Taipei)
Telephone number (+886) 2-2757-6158 (embassy in Taipei)
Office hours Not provided
Head of mission Vacant, Consul
Services Not provided
Social media Not provided
The Kiribati Consulate in Sendai is located at The Kiribati consulate in Sendai, Japan has closed. Please contact the embassy in Taipei, Taiwan for assistance.. It is currently unclear what consular services the institution provides. Please confirm by phone. If a phone number is listed, it is recommended to consult through the phone first. If there is no phone number, you can obtain more detailed information through email or social media.



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