South Africa established a Consulate General in November 1962 at the Imperial Hotel (Tokyo). Consular relations were upgraded to full diplomatic relations on 13 January 1992. During this period, Japan’s relations with South Africa remained limited, including supporting UN sanctions. Full diplomatic relations were only established after 1994. Former President Nelson Mandela, visited Japan in July 1995. Mr Mandela paid tribute to those who had contributed to the struggle against apartheid and stated that with the ending of apartheid, South Africa’s relations with Japan could only grow from strength to strength.

 

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Hanzomon First Building, 4th Floor, 1 – 4 Kojimachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0093, JAPAN
Phone:
008 133 2653366
008 133 2653369
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008 133 2653573
008 133 2392690

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