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Embassy visit program

The Embassy of Canada to Japan welcomes visitors to public facilities.

Visitors may take self-guided tours of the 4th floor Hall, Canada Garden, Prince Takamado Gallery, E.H. Norman Library, and other areas open to the public.

Visitor access to the Embassy of Canada to Japan requires government-issued photo identification (e.g. passport, drivers license, national qualification card, resident card or my number card), or two forms of identification: employee or health insurance card plus an unexpired photo ID (e.g. company/corporation).

Location

Embassy of Canada to Japan
7-3-38 Akasaka, Minato-ku
Tokyo 107-8503, Japan

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School visit program

Students are invited to visit the Embassy of Canada to Japan. Our program allows young people to experience Canada without leaving Japan and to increase their understanding of Canada by visiting Embassy facilities and meeting Embassy staff. Our goal is to encourage the younger generation to contribute to the Canada-Japan relationship of the future.

Student groups can take a self-guided tour. Groups of at least 10 can also request a staff presentation on Canada with a short question and answer session, held in the Library. Total tour time is about 1 hour.

Elementary and junior high school students must be accompanied by a leader responsible for the group. The leader must accompany the students at all times.

Book your tour

General public

Apply by e-mail to tokyo.lib-bib@international.gc.ca with the following information:

Note: Visitor access to the Embassy requires government-issued photo identification.

School visits

Apply by e-mail to TOKYOEducation@international.gc.ca at least 6 weeks before the desired visit date with the following information:

The Embassy may have to cancel reservations due to unforeseen circumstances.

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