KARIBU KENYA!

Foreword
The Embassy of the Republic of Kenya in Japan was opened in 1979 while the Japanese Embassy in Kenya was opened in 1964. Over the years, Japan and Kenya have enjoyed a very cordial relationship. Japan has been a key and valued development partner to Kenya.

One of the key mandates of the Embassy is to maintain and build on the excellent relations existing between Japan and Kenya with the aim of fostering even closer co-operation and cementing the bonds of friendship between our two countries.

Other important areas of the Embassy's operations include representing Kenya's interests in Japan and providing answers and information to various enquiries about Kenya from Japanese people and foreign residents. The Embassy also provides consular services such as issuing of visas to Japanese and other nationals resident in Japan intending to visit Kenya.

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