Consulate-General of Japan in Saint Petersburg
|Consulate-General of Japan in Saint Petersburg
Генеральное консульство Японии в Санкт-Петербурге
|Address||29 Nabereznaya Reki Moiki|
The Consulate-General of Japan in Saint Petersburg is the consulate of Japan in Saint Petersburg, Russia. It is located at 29 Nabereznaya Reki Moiki (Russian: Набережная реки Мойки,29) in the Tsentralny district of Saint Petersburg.
The decision to open a consulate-general in Leningrad, as it was then named, was taken by the Japanese cabinet following a bill passed in the Diet. This happened on 30 March, 1971 with effect from April 1st. This was part of a consular agreement in which consulates were also opened in Osaka, Sapporo and Nakhodka.
- (Russian) "Информация о Генеральном консульстве Японии в Санкт-Петербурге". Consulate-General of Japan in Saint Petersburg. Retrieved 2008-07-03.
- (Russian)"История здания консул". DipInfo. Retrieved 2011-11-17.
- Summary of world broadcasts: Far East: Part 3, Monitoring Service of the BBC, 1971
- Sena, Gupta (1976), Soviet-Asian relations in the 1970s and beyond, Praeger, p. 300, ISBN 978-0-275-23740-0
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