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  • Agricultural Minister Counselor Meets Farmers

    Agricultural Minister Counselor Meets Farmers

    December 3-5, 2014, Kumamoto, Kagoshima - Embassy Tokyo’s Agricultural Minister-Counselor David Miller visited the agricultural heartland of Kyushu.

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  • Ambassador Kennedy Attends Karatsu Kunchi

    Ambassador Kennedy Attends Karatsu Kunchi

    November 3, 2014, Karatsu - Ambassador Kennedy attended one of largest festivals of the island on a recent visit to northern Kyushu.

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  • Kumamon gives his paw prints

    Back to School: Promoting Study Abroad

    September 1, 2014, Fukuoka - Kumamon visited the U.S. Consulate in Fukuoka! On assignment from U.S. university alum Governor Kabashima, Kumamon interviewed Principal Officer Yuriy Fedkiw on why Japanese students should consider study in the United States.

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  • The Consulate will be closed on Dec. 23, Dec. 25-26, and on Jan. 1. See all Embassy holidays here.

    If you are an American citizen with a serious emergency after normal business hours, please call the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo at 03-3224-5000 (011-81-3-3224-5000 from the United States), and you will be directed to an Officer on Duty in Fukuoka.

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  • Friendship Blossoms logo A century ago, Japan gave the United States 3,000 cherry trees in friendship. Now the United States is commemorating that legacy by giving 3,000 dogwood trees to Japan. [More]