Japan Embassy and Consulates in Mexico
Holidays to be Observed in 2021
The Embassies and Consulates of Japan may close on the following Mexican and Japanese holidays in 2021/2022:
|Mexico Day of the Races||Tuesday, October 12||2 weeks, 4 days|
|Day of the Dead||Tuesday, November 02||1 month, 1 week|
|Culture Day||Wednesday, November 03||1 month, 1 week|
|Revolution Day||Tuesday, November 16||1 month, 3 weeks|
|Labour Thanksgiving Day||Tuesday, November 23||2 months|
|Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe||Sunday, December 12||2 months, 2 weeks|
|Christmas Day||Saturday, December 25||3 months|
|New Year's Day||Saturday, January 01||3 months, 1 week|
|Coming-of-Age Day||Thursday, January 13||3 months, 3 weeks|
|Constitution Day||Thursday, February 03||4 months, 1 week|
|National Foundation Day||Friday, February 11||4 months, 2 weeks|
1. How many Japanese Embassies/Consulates are there in Mexico?
Japan currently maintains 2 diplomatic representative offices in Mexico including Mexico City and Leon.
2 - Do Mexican citizens need a visa for Japan?
Citizens of Mexico (holders of regular passports) can travel to Japan for 180 days without having to apply or obtain a Japanese visa for short-term tourism.
3- What is the Holiday Calendar of Japanese embassies in Mexico?
The Japanese representative offices in Mexico will be closed in observance of the following Mexican and Japanese holidays in 2021/2021:
- Mexico Day of the Races (MX) Tue, Oct 12, 2021 (2 weeks, 4 days)
Time in Japan vs Mexico
Tokyo, Japan time is 14:00 hours ahead of Mexico City, Mexico
Cities in Mexico
- Cabo San Lucas
- Ciudad Hidalgo
- Ciudad Juarez
- Comitan de Dominguez
- Mexico City
- Nuevo Laredo
- Playa del Carmen
- Puerto Vallarta
- San Luis Potosi
- San Miguel de Allende
- Tuxtla Gutierrez