Everything you wanted to know about the Philippine Embassy’s consular services in one mobile-friendly, easily navigable page.
If you find that searching for information in the official site of the embassy is a tedious task, this concise guide is for you.
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- Passport renewal (Adult)
- Passport renewal (Minor)
- New passport application (Adult)
- New passport application (Minor)
- Replacement of lost or damaged passport
- Travel document in lieu of passport
- Report of Birth (ROB)
- Report of Marriage (ROM)
- Report of Death (ROD)
- Marriage License
- Recognition as a Filipino Citizen
- Legal Capacity to Contract Marriage / Certification (LCCM)
- PSA SERBILIS Delivery Service
- Judicial Recognition of Foreign Divorce
- Annotation of Civil Registry Documents
- Petition for Correction of Clerical Error in Civil Registry Documents
- Legal Assistance in the Philippines
- Declaration of Philippine Citizenship
- Joint Affidavit of Legitimation
- Apostille (Formerly Authentication)
- NBI Clearance
- Dual Citizenship
- Petition For Inclusion of Dependent/s Under RA 9225
- Renunciation of Philippine Citizenship
- Waiver of Exclusion Ground (WEG)
- General Information
- Visa-Free Entry for Temporary Visits
- Visa Application Process
- Non-Immigrant Visa Requirements (Temporary Visitor Visa)
- Non-Quota Immigrant Visa
- Other Visa Categories and Extension of Period of Stay
- Balikbayan Program
- Repatriation of Remains of a Filipino National
- Repatriation of Ashes to the Philippines
- Guidelines for Accreditation of Foreign Media to the Philippines
- Registration of Filipino Community Organizations With The Philippine Embassy in Tokyo
- Arrest and Detention
- Arrest Procedures
- Life in Prison
- Domestic Violence
- Trafficked Persons
- Mental Health
- Death and Shipment of Remains
- Repatriation of Filipino Nationals
- Disaster Preparedness
- Support for Tourists
- Support for Residents
These are the fees collected by the Philippine Embassy in Tokyo for various procedures (issued on 2022/07/01).
|Amendment or extension||¥3,500|
|Replacement of lost or mutilated ePassport||¥21,000|
|(Additional fees: Affidavit of Loss & penalty fee)||¥7,000|
|Replacement of lost MRP||¥12,600|
|Issuance of Travel Document (in lieu of passport)||¥4,200|
|Registration of Election of Philippine citizenship or Reacquisition by Repatriation||¥3,500|
|Administering an oath and issuance of certificate thereof||¥3,500|
|Acknowledgement of a deed or power of attorney or similar instrument (inclusive of civil registry reports of birth, marriage, death, etc)||¥3,500|
|Authentication of official character of a foreign or local notary/official||¥3,500|
|Taking, transcribing and recording of depositions (per page)||¥3,500|
|Certifying to the correctness of a copy of, or extract of a document||¥3,500|
|Certificate for sealing metal casket or box containing the remains of a deceased Filipino abroad||¥8,400|
|Tōhoku||Akita, Aomori, Fukushima, Iwate, Miyagi and Yamagata|
|Kantō||Gunma, Tochigi, Ibaraki, Saitama, Chiba and Kanagawa|
For all other prefectures, visit the Philippine Consulate in Osaka.
Entrance to the Consular Section of the Philippine Embassy in Tokyo
This is also the mailing address when sending documents.
- English: 5-15-5, Roppongi, Minato Ward, Tokyo 〒106-8537
- Japanese: 〒106-8537 東京都港区六本木5-15-5
Click here for a detailed access guide to the Philippine Embassy.
Tel. No: (+81-3) 5562-1600 to 1602; 5562-1604 to1605
Fax No: (+81-3) 5562-1603
Emergency No: (+8180) 4928-7979 (ATN) (+8180) 7000 7979 (Passport)
Email: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: www.tokyope.dfa.gov.ph / www.tokyo.philembassy.net
The Consular Services Section of the Philippine Embassy in Tokyo is open from Monday to Friday and closed on Saturday and Sunday.
|Consular Transaction||Acceptance of Application||Releasing of Documents|
|Passports||Monday–Friday 9:00-15:00||By mail only|
|Lost/Mutilated Passports||Monday–Thursday 9:00–12:00||By mail only|
|Visa||Monday–Friday 9:00–12:00||Monday–Friday 14:00–15:00|
|Notarial Services including Authentication, NBI, WEG (Waiver of Exclusion Ground)||Monday–Friday 9:00–14:00||Monday–Friday 15:00–17:00|
|Civil Registration including Report of Birth, Report of Marriage, Report of Death, Marriage License, LCCM, etc||Monday–Friday 9:00–15:00||Monday–Friday 15:00 –17:00|
The Philippine Embassy in Tokyo will be closed to the public in observance of the following public holidays.
|MONTH||DATE||DAY||HOLIDAY PARTICULARS||OBSERVED BY|
|January||02||Monday||New Year’s Day||JPN|
|May||03||Wednesday||Constitution Memorial Day||JPN|
|August||21||Monday||Ninoy Aquino Day||PHL|
|August||28||Monday||National Heroes Day||PHL|
|September||18||Monday||Respect for the Aged Day||JPN|
|November||01||Wednesday||All Saints’ Day||PHL|
|November||02||Thursday||All Souls’ Day||PHL|
|December||08||Friday||Feast of the Immaculate Concepcion of Mary||PHL|
The above schedule may change as necessary and without notice.