Avoiding Troubles Receiving Postage Correctly | JPSS, the information site of studying in Japan

> > > > Receiving Postage Correctly

Living Guide for International Students in Japan

Avoiding Troubles

Receiving Postage Correctly

There is nothing more encouraging than getting a letter from home. It can be said that every foreign student hopes getting a letter and a parcel from home without a mistake and promptly. Likewise, it will be a big loss if examination materials, a notification of entrance exam result, an important document from the city or the immigration office, etc. are not promptly delivered.

Precise Address Writing

The name of your flat and the room number must be written for those who live in a flat or a condominium. Those who live in a room of a house or staying with a family, you have to write the family name of the landlord on the last line of address in the Japanese style of writing. Writing only the house number is not sufficient for prompt delivery.

Name Your Postbox

If your name is not indicated on the mailbox, a postman will be uncertain of your residence. Do not fail to put your name on the mailbox. If you live with your friend(s), please put all the names.

Post Office Information in English

Information is given in English in the following time

• Time
Monday to Friday 8:00 to 22:00
Sat., Sun., Holidays 9:00 to 22:00
• Post Office Information Telephone Numbers in English


<< Back  |  Index Page  |  Next >>

Scholarship Guide

[Search for Japanese schools by prefecture]

[Search for Japanese schools in Hokkaido And Tohoku (Northeast area)]

| Hokkaido | Aomori | Iwate | Miyagi | Akita | Yamagata | Fukushima |

[Search for Japanese schools in Kanto (Area around Tokyo) and Koshinetsu (Central west area)]

| Ibaraki | Tochigi | Gunma | Saitama | Chiba | Tokyo | Kanagawa | Yamanashi |
| Nagano
| Niigata |

[Search for Japanese schools in Tokai (Central east coast area) and Hokuriku (Northwest area)]

| Gifu | Shizuoka | Aichi | Mie | Toyama | Ishikawa | Fukui |

[Search for Japanese schools in Kinki (South central area around Osaka)]

| Shiga | Kyoto | Osaka | Hyogo | Nara | Wakayama |

[Search for Japanese schools in Chugoku and Shikoku (Island of Shikoku and nearby mainland)]

| Tottori | Shimane | Okayama | Hiroshima | Yamaguchi | Tokushima | Kagawa |
| Ehime
| Kochi |

[Search for Japanese schools in Kyushu and Okinawa (Southernmost islands)]

| Fukuoka | Saga | Nagasaki | Kumamoto | Oita | Miyazaki |
| Kagoshima
| Okinawa |

[Search for Japanese schools by subject]

[Search for schools with a study abroad program in Humanities]

| Literature | Language | Law | Economics, Management, Commerce | Sociology |
| International Relations

[Search for schools with a study abroad program in Science]

| Nursing and Health Sciences | Medical and Dental Sciences | Pharmacy | Physical Science |
| Engineering
| Agricultural and Fisheries Sciences |

[Search for schools with a study abroad program in Humanities & Science]

| Teacher training, Education Science | Life Sciences | Arts | Integrated Science |

[Language Choice]

| 日本語 | 中文(简体字) | 中文(繁體字) | 한국어 | Tiếng Việt | Bahasa Indonesia | ภาษาไทย |

Site operator
This site is jointly operated by The Asian Students Cultural Association and Benesse Corporation.
The Asian Students Cultural Association, International Education Support Department 2-12-13 Hon-Komagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-8642

Copyright(C) 1999-2017 The Asian Students Cultural Association & Benesse Corporation. All Right Reserved.