Papua New Guinea is full of interesting attractions, magnificent natural scenery, and diverse cultural heritage. Spend your Papua New Guinea holiday trekking remote jungle tracks, cruising the mighty Sepik river, surfing the waves of New Ireland, fishing around the fiords of Tufi or diving amongst the coral reef coastline.
Condolence for Sir Michael Somare, Founding Prime Minister of PNG By ishikawa on March 31, 2021
Governor General attended Emperor’s Enthronement Ceremony By Embassy of PNG on November 15, 2019
International Defense Rugby Competition By Embassy of PNG on November 15, 2019
THE EMBASSY OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA TOKYO
The Official Website of the Papua New Guinea (PNG) Embassy in Japan aims to provide a wide range of information on PNG and its relations with Japan, on investment, trade and tourism. It also provides information on the services offered to PNG and Japanese citizens by the Embassy establishments in other parts of Japan. We hope you will visit our site regularly, as it is constantly updated. Your comments and suggestions on further development of the site are most welcome.
【Notice of Change of the Embassy Open Hours】
Open from 9:00am to 15:00pm on weekdays until further notice, in line with Quasi Emergency Measures in Tokyo due to Covid-19
【Notice of Closing Day】
13th June (Mon) - Queen's Birthday
18th July (Mon) - Marine Day
11th Aug (Thu) - Mountain Day
26th Aug(Fri) - National Repentance Day
16th Sep(Fri) - Independence Day
19th Sep(Mon) - Respect for the Aged Day
23rd Sep(Fri) - Autumnal Equinox Day
【Notice on Travel Restrictions to Papua New Guinea due to coronavirus measures】
From 16th February, the Controller advised the changes to the requirements for travelers to PNG.
1. No PNG Pandemic Controller Approval will be required any more from 16th February.
2. All travelers need to show evidence of being fully vaccinated at check-in and entry into PNG. PNG Citizens returning to PNG, or those under the age of 18 are exempted.
3. Negative PCR test within 72 hours of scheduled flight departure is no longer required by PNG Government (however, it may be required depending on the route/the country you fly, so lease check the airline you take for their current requirement), but the travellers is required to undertake a rapid test on arrival. For the update and the details, please check PNG Covid-19 exclusive website.
** Please wear masks and wash hand by sanitizer before entering the Embassy refraining from Coronavirus.
***To Papua New Guineans residing in Japan
Please contact the Embassy for your registration at the Embassy.
Please send e-mail or call Ms. Ishikawa