The Uzbek consulate in Tokyo unfortunately does not have a usable website (in Japanese, let alone English). You have to fill out your information at the website below, print it out, and give it to the consulate. Make sure that you mark Tokyo as the place of visa issuance. Under Occupation ‘Representatives of business groups and persons, engaging in individual enterprise’ is what most folks put (I’m an engineer damn it!)
Cost for Americans: ¥16000 JPY for a 30 day tourist visa (maximum) is super pricey, so make every day count. You can ask for as many entries as you wish without a LOI (but be specific (i.e. 2, 4, 7, etc); putting ‘multiple’ will mean a LOI will be required). Note that this is paid in cash at the time of visa pickup!
Website: Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Hours: 10:30-13:00 for drop off, 16:00-17:30 for pickup.
Contact number: +81 3-3760-5625
Map: The Uzbek Consulate is located a few blocks from Fudomae station (past Meguro on the Namboku line).
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Hi, thanks for this. Really helpful given the dearth of information elsewhere :). A little current information: The embassy is now in a different location in Takanawa near Sengakuji station – the google maps link points at the right place. Current cost for 30 day tourist visa (for UK passport) is ¥10,000 plus ¥3,750 if you need it in one week. Payment is now made at MUFG bank.
Thanks for giving an update! You can actually deposit at any banks’ ATM and send to the account at MUFG bank, but doing it at a MUFG branch is the easiest. Have fun in Central Asia! It’s a beautiful area of the world and I hope to get back someday! Check out http://caravanistan.com/ It’s usually pretty up to date.
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