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Published on   13/1/2006 07:27:13

Support bodies for foreigners in Japan

International associations, NPOs, job assistance, etc.



Aichi International Association – (052) 961-7902
Nagoya International Center – (052) 581-0100


General Consultancy for Foreigners – (0120) 783-806 or (082) 541-3888, in Portuguese on Tuesdays from 9 am to 1 pm, and on Sundays from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm. Address: Hiroshima-ken, Hiroshima-shi, Naka-ku, Nakamachi 8-18, Hiroshima Cristal Plaza 6F.

** * HYOGO

Information Center for Foreign Residents in Hyogo – (078) 382-2052


CAIS (Computer Assisted Information Service) – 24h phone service with basic information on various subjects such as: formalities, insurance, taxes, pregnancy and baby, for people without visas, news, etc.
Tel.:(045) 335-0092 (1 # in Portuguese)


Iida Gender Equality Panel – (0265) 22-4560, in Portuguese every Tuesday and Thursday.


Service desk for foreigners in the province  – (048) 833-3296, from Monday to Friday, from 9 am to 4 pm. Email: [email protected]


Hot Line – Tel .: (0749) 27-2400, every Thursday, from 10 am to 12:30 pm and from 1 pm to 4 pm, at the Hikone International Exchange Hall

Service desk on daily life – Tel .: (0749) 63-4400, every Wednesday, from 10 am to 3 pm


Hice  (Hamamatsu International Exchange and Communication Foundation)  (053) 458-2170


Mutual Assistance Fund for Latin American Workers in Japan – Postal Code 100-8691, PO Box 177, Tokyo-to Chuo-ku Yubinkyoku. Fax: (03) 5420-9160
Sabja (Assistance Service to Brazilians in Japan)
Sister Mori: (070) 6639-5326
Disk Sabja: (03) 3401-3893
Disk Sabja: (050) 6860-7905
Disk Sabja: (070 ) 6438-0397
Disk SABJA (health): (090) 4203-5283 – Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, from 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Psychologist Giselia: (070) 5459-2715
Calls from Brazil: (011) 3588-5490

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Patricia ( 1/11/2007 10:53:02 PM)
I wonder if there are Japanese or Brazilian NGOs that would accept donations of used clothes ….
dekassegui ( 1/12/2007 9:47:46 AM)     
Hello Patricia. I do not know for sure.

But if you know Japanese, you can try to call your city hall. Chances are they have this information.

nelson ( 3/2/2007 22:05:45)
Patricia, you have another alternative. If you know any Thai people, there are many who collect used clothes to send to needy people in their homeland. Cool your initiative. Nelson
cartorio ( 2/9/2007 8:45:38 AM)
esteemed. I want to add a body here that can help Brazilians, visit: and, where you can get certificates, negative documents, etc …
cristina celia yamauchi behlok ( 2/3/2007 13:31:18)
hello I would like desperately if someone could have some information on how to get help in a hospital in the region of okayama because we do not speak the language very well and my husband had surgery without hesitation and still feels a lot of pain I already called some institutions all in very distant regions and the service is usually in Japanese ………..
ERICA ( 4/14/2007 2:39:34 PM)
hello i would like to know more about criminal records! I have a doubt if you hear any restriction whatsoever, will it be denied the visa? please if anyone can answer me I appreciate it !!! thanks
Monica ( 4/23/2007 8:20:50 PM)
Hello, my name is Monica ….
I would like to know if there is any body in legal aid for Brazilians ….. I really need to clear some doubts about criminal cases here in Japan …. I am if Shiga, but the case is in Gifu …. If anyone knows a lawyer who can guide me, or take some questions please let me know …. It’s urgent ….. Thank you
luiza ( 7/7/2007 9:15:52 PM)
my name and luiza am sansei and i do not intend to return again in brazil and i would like to have my son with me he turned 18 and he is not alone with me alone. my family members are also here for years. my dream is to study the culture of japan .would like a lot of care and take care of him here.without more i would like an answer .with no more thanks
vagner dos santos ( 7/7/2007 6:18:35 PM)
hello i am vagner i need quick help q understands about labor laws please help me, my case and i am 6 months in a factory but do not even have a contract for the contractor does not provide me they are with pilantrgem they charge 1 insurance and i I don’t even have a contract on 7/9/2007 I asked for the receipts and the contract for insurance and work. The owner told me that he will give it to me when it is convenient for him, what is convenient for him to die at the cashier? the receipt and work contract … please help me I don’t know who to appeal to.
daniel acacio ( 7/24/2007 10:24:15 AM)
hello .. I would like to know if you have a body that looks for missing Brazilians in Japan, and how is it possible to know if it would still be in the country … thanks
maria ( 3/8/2007 16:08:13)
hello i have a problem and i need help, the company i work for, i work 15 day and 15 night, before i had dinner at midnight, now they changed dinner time to 2 am, i come in 8 At night and there we try to find out why and they will explain why the order came from the union, I would like to know if by law it is right to work 6 hours before going to dinner, thank you so much for this information.
viviane ( 5/10/2007 09:03:25)
My name is Viviane, and I would like to know how I can find the father of my daughter, as he went to Japan to work in the city of Nagoya in a car factory, we separated a little more than a year on paper and he married a Japanese descendant, in the separation agreement it was said that he would pay 25% of his salary to help our daughter, and today he sends her 100 reais, he is already working, the only information I have is that his wife and his brothers-in-law work at the toyota factory, i have already filed a lawsuit against him here in brazil, but i needed to know his address. please help me, his name is Roberto livio cota nogueira, i go to nursing school at uea-amazonas and my daughter you really need that help for your studies.


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