Thai Consulate in Osaka

Thai EmbassyIf you live in Japan then you can apply for a Thai visa at the Thai Consulate in Osaka. There is also a Thai Embassy in Japan which is located in Tokyo. The contact details for the Thai Consulate in Osaka has been listed below with their contact details such as their street address, a map to the Consulate as well as their telephone numbers, fax numbers and their operating hours.

Note the visa application times as well as their collection times for your Thai visa. If you are looking at retirement in Thailand then they will be able to assist you with your application. Thailand has a large Japanese expat population in Bangkok which is concentrated near to the new Japanese Mall in Ekkamai where you will find many Japanese restaurants and hotels in Bangkok.

Thai Consulate in Osaka

Thai Consulate in Osaka

Thai Consulate in Osaka
Street Address:2 minutes on foot from Osaka Subway (SakaisujiLine or Chuo Line) Sakaisuji Hommachi station.
Telephone:(06) 6262-9226
Fax:(06) 6262-9228
Business hours:Monday-Friday (Excluding Holidays) 9.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. and 1.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.

VISA
Application 9.30 a.m. to 11.30 a.m.
Collection 1.30 p.m. to 3.00 p.m. (2 working days from submission date)
Telephone enquiries : 3.30 p.m. -5.30 p.m.

Consular Services (Application・Collection)

9.30 a.m. to 11.30 p.m. 1.30 p.m. to 3.00 p.m.
Telephone enquiries : 3.30 p.m. -5.30 p.m

Legalization of Documents

Application 9.30 a.m. to 11.30 p.m.
Collection 1.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m. (on the next working day)
Telephone enquiries : 3.30 p.m. -5.30 p.m.

.Thai Consulate in Osaka

There are a number of visa options if your are Japanese and you wish to visit Thailand. This is a breakdown of the most common Thai visa applications from Japan. See what it is that you require. Note the time as well as the location of the Thai Consulate in Osaka. Finally the Consulate would normally be closed on Thai as well as on Japanese holidays. Take note of that.

Thai Non-immigrant O (Spouse)

  • Number of Entries – Single
  • Term of validity from the date of issue  – 3 months
  • Duration of stay from the date of entry –  90 days
  • Necessary validity of Passport from the date of entry – Not less than 6 months

Fee 9,000 yen

  • Application form affixed with color photo;
  • Passport Original and copy;
  • Personal history (download);
  • Signed letter of invitation from Thai spouse;
  • A signed photocopy of passport of Thai spouse;
  • Also a signed  photocopy of the Thai identity card of Thai spouse;
  • A signed  photocopy of her household registration;
  • Also a signed photocopy of the marriage certificate;
  • Official financial evidence in English in Yen (400,000 THB in equivalent);
  • Airline ticket.

This is easy enough to complete. If you are married to a Thai you will need to extend the visa to a one year visa once in Thailand. This has to be done at Thai immigration. You can see more of that here. You will then also need to report your address to Thai immigration every 90 days. The owner of the property where you live will also need to report you to thai immigration that you live there. See the link below to the Consulate website where you have to make an online booking in Osaka.

Thai Non-immigrant O-A (Retirement)

  • Number of Entries – Single
  • Term of validity from the date of issue – 3 months
  • Duration of stay from the date of entry – 90 days
  • Necessary validity of Passport from the date of entry – Not less than 6 months

Fee 9,000 yen

  • Application form affixed with color photo;
  • Passport Original and copy;
  • Personal history (download);
  • Original guarantee letter in English (download) with the guarantor’s identity documents;
  • Official financial evidence in English in Yen (800,000 THB in equivalent);
  • Mandatory Health Insurance;
  • Original Medical Certificate in English
  • Proof of residency in Thailand (Property ownership or rental agreement)
  • Airline ticket.

Once in Thailand you will have 3 months to extend your visa to a 12 month visa. You will then also need to report your address to Thai immigration every 90 days. The owner of the property will also need to report your stay in Thailand at the apartment where you live, if you have a rental agreement.

Thai Non-immigrant O-A (Multiple Entry 1 Year)

  • Number of Entries – Multiple
  • Validity from the date of issue 1 year
  • Duration of stay from the date of entry – 90 days per time
  • Required validity of passport from the date of entry – Not less than 1 year and 6 months

Visa fee 22,000 yen

  • Application form affixed with color photo;
  • Passport Original and copy;
  • Personal history (download);
  • Official financial evidence in English in Yen (800,000 THB in equivalent);
  • Original criminal record check
  • Mandatory Health Insurance;
  • Original Medical Certificate in English
  • Proof of residency in Thailand (Property ownership or rental agreement)
  • Airline ticket.

This is a 1 year visa for Thailand. You can stay in Thailand for a maximum of 90 days at a time. Before the 90 days expires you will need to leave Thailand and then return. You will then activate the next 90 days in Thailand. Normally people do this every 90 days by leaving and then entering the country the same day. You can then do this 4 times in one year. Many do a 90 day “visa run” and then stay on for the year. Many expats did this before they settled in Thailand permanently.

Thai Tourist TR

  • Number of Entries – Single
  • Term of validity from the date of issue – 3 months
  • Duration of stay from the date of entry – 60 days
  • Necessary validity of passport from the date of entry – Not less than 6 months

Fee 4,500 yen

  • Application form affixed with color photo;
  • Passport Original and copy;
  • Personal history (download);
  • Original guarantee letter in English (download) with the guarantor’s identity documents;
  • Official financial evidence in English in Yen (20,000 THB in equivalent per person or 40,000THB per family);
  • Proof of residency in Thailand (Hotel booking or property ownership)
  • Airline ticket.

You can see the Thai visa options above. Also note the guarantee letter example which you will need to have completed.

 

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