Category: Marriage in Japan

Our office will be open the entire month of December as many customers want to get married on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day, We can make it happen! All city offices and our office will be closed from Dec. 30th …

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This couple wanted to have their marriage certificate in our original display version style but also in the Japanese language, so we made this for them.

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The Philippine Consulate in Okinawa has recently closed for good. They will not reopen at a later date – the reason that the Consulate has closed is because the contract for the Consulate has expired. I am not exactly sure …

Philippine Consulate Okinawa Closed Forever. Read More »

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Among many Chinese traditions that have been introduced to Japan, it is said that “the origin of certificates” was introduced by China. The symbol of “Chinese Phoenixes” were used on ornamental frames for official letters and honorable mentions for personnel …

The meaning and origins of the design on your Japanese Marriage Certificate. Read More »

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Okinawa Translator can assist with a legal marriage at any city office that allows two foreign nationals to marry. Our service extends to customers located in various  villages, towns or cities across  Japan. If you plan to marry anywhere in …

Marriage Anywhere in Japan Read More »

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Regardless of your nationality or passport, to get legally married in Japan you need to have a Konin Todoke Form/ Japanese Marriage Application completed. A Japanese Marriage Application Form from the city office looks like this:  At the Okinawa Translator …

How to complete a Konin Todoke Form / Japanese Marriage Application Read More »

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