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I. Office Hours & Holidays

II. Contact Information


III. Address, Directions & Map

IV. Jurisdiction

I. Office Hours and Holidays

Note: In the case of an official hurricane warning, the Consulate General of Japan
in Miami will be closed.

Office Hours:

Regular business hours are Monday - Friday, 9:00 AM - 12:30PM; 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Please note: The Consulate office is closed from 12:30-1:30 PM for a lunch break. Please come by or call during regular business hours.

Holiday Schedule for 2016:

Please note: The Consulate observes certain American and Japanese holidays, some of which may be unfamiliar to the general public. Please review this list carefully before making plans to visit the Consulate.


January 1 (Fri) - New Year's Day

November 11 (Fri) - Veteran's Day

January 18 (Mon) - Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.

November 23 (Wed) - Labor Thanksgiving Day

February 11 (Thu) - National Foundation Day

November 24 (Thu) - Thanksgiving Day

February 15(Mon) - President's Day

November 25 (Fri) - Day After Thanksgiving

March 25 (Fri) - Good Friday

December 23 (Fri) - Emperor's Birthday

May 30 (Mon) - Memorial Day

December 26 (Mon) Christmas

July 4 (Fri) - Independance Day

December 29 (Thu) End of year Holiday

July 18 (Mon) - Marine Day

December 30 (Fri) End of year holiday

September 5 (Mon) - Labor Day


October 10 (Mon) - Colombus Day





II. Contact Information

Telephone and Fax:

Main line: (305) 530-9090
Main fax: (305) 530-0950

Please note that office hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 - 5:00 with a lunch break from 12:30-1:30. Phone calls will not be received outside of regular office hours. If you know your party's extension you may dial it and leave a message.


Please note that any email addresses that ended in cofs.net and cgjmia.org are no longer operational. Please refer to the below email addresses for the correct contact information:

Family Registry: ryoji2@mi.mofa.go.jp

Passport: ryoji1@mi.mofa.go.jp

Visa: consular1@mi.mofa.go.jp

Public Relations, Library and Communications: culture@mi.mofa.go.jp

Education, Culture, Monbukagakushō, and the JET Program: jet@mi.mofa.go.jp

General Information and all other inquiries: info@mi.mofa.go.jp

“Contact Point for Promotion of Foreign Direct Investment in Japan” in Florida


In order to strengthen the promotion of inward FDI the Ministry of Foreign Affairs established the“Contact Point for Promotion of Foreign Direct Investment in Japan” to support U.S. companies intending to invest in Japan.


If you have any inquiries or requests, please contact us at the address listed below. We would like you to include your name, contact information, industry, and as much detail regarding your inquiry as possible so we can respond appropriately.

Contact information


III. Address, Directions & Map


The Consulate is located in the Brickell City Tower at:

80 SW 8th St. Suite 3200
Miami, FL 33130
Please include department or contact name when addressing mail to the consulate.


Coming From the North
Coming From the South
  • Take I-95 South until exit 1-B
  • Turn left onto 8th Street
  • Pass 3 traffic lights; the building will be on the right hand side
  • The building is located between 8th and 9th St. and faces 1st Ave.
  • Take I-95 North until exit 1-B
  • Turn right onto 8th Street
  • Pass 2 traffic lights; the building will be on the right hand side
  • The building is located between 8th and 9th St. and faces 1st Ave.
Public Transportation
  • The Brickell City Tower has a parking garage that is available for a fee
  • Metered street parking is also available
  • There are additional parking garages in the area
  • The Brickell City Tower is across 1st Ave. and up one block from the Brickell Metrorail Station
  • Multiple Metromover stations are within walking distance
  • Metrobus lines 6, 8, 48, 248, and 102 Route B stop at the Brickell Metrorail Station




The Map of the surrounding area around the Consulate General of Japan in Miami

Please refer to the map of Brickell City Tower.  The Consulate General of Japan in Miami is located on the 32nd floor.   Please click this link for the map.


IV. Jurisdiction

The Embassy of Japan and each of the 16 Japanese Consulates serve a specific region within the United States. In general, the Consulate General of Japan in Miami can only service residents and visitors in the state of Florida. Please see here for a jurisdiction map of the other Japanese Consulates in the U.S. as well as Japanese mbassies, Consulates, and Permanent Missions throughout the world.

Residents of the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico are under the jurisdiction of the Consulate General of Japan in New York.