The Embassy of Andorra in Tokyo, Japan would have been the diplomatic representation of Andorra in Japan to protect the interests of Andorra in Japan, protect and provide support for Andorrans in Japan, and issue visas to Japanese and legal residents of Japan travelling to Andorra. Unfortunately, there’s currently no Embassy of Andorra in Japan.
As the official representation of Andorra, the Embassy would have covered all matters concerning diplomatic relations between the two countries. It would have also represented Andorra’s interests in the areas of political, economic, financial and legal affairs, as well as science, education and culture.
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Embassy of Andorra In Japan
Andorra does not have an embassy/consulate in Japan.
Andorra has no visa requirement. This means that nationals of every country can visit Andorra without a visa. Only a valid passport is required to travel to Andorra. Holders of European Union (EU) National Identity Card can enter Andorra without a passport. The only problem with Andorra is its accessibility. Andorra has no airport for commercial airlines. As such the country is only accessible through Spain and France. To be able to travel through Spain or France to visit Andorra, a double-entry or multiple-entry Schengen visa is required. One entry required for entering Andorra through Spain or France, and another required for exiting Andorra through Spain or France.
Citizens of countries that do not require visas to travel to the Schengen area can visit Andorra without worrying about a Schengen visa.
Foreign visitors looking to stay in Andorra for more than 90 days require a residence permit. Information on the Residence Permit of Andorra is available on the Government of Andorra website.