Hungary–Japan relations

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Hungarian-Japanese relations
Map indicating locations of Hungary and Japan



Hungarian-Japanese relations (Hungarian: Magyar–japán kapcsolatok, Japanese: 日本とハンガリーの関係) are foreign relations between Hungary and Japan. After World War II, both countries re-established diplomatic relations in August 1959. Hungary has an embassy in Tokyo and 2 honorary consulates (in Hamamatsu and Osaka). Japan has an embassy in Budapest.

High-level mutual visits[edit]

Head of States[edit]

  • April 2000 - President of Hungary Árpád Göncz's official visit
  • July 2002 - Emperor of Japan Akihito official visit
  • December 2009 - President of Hungary László Sólyom's working visit.

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