This is a list of diplomatic missions of Japan, excluding any honorary consulates. Japan sent ambassadors to the Tang Chinese court in Xi'an since 607 AD, as well as to the Koryo and Joseon dynasties of early Korea. For centuries, early modern Japan did not actively seek to expand its foreign relations. The first Japanese ambassadors to a Western country travelled to Spain in 1613. Japan did not open an embassy in the United States (in Washington, D.C.) until 1860.

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  • This is a list of diplomatic missions of Japan, excluding any honorary consulates. Japan sent ambassadors to the Tang Chinese court in Xi'an since 607 AD, as well as to the Koryo and Joseon dynasties of early Korea. For centuries, early modern Japan did not actively seek to expand its foreign relations. The first Japanese ambassadors to a Western country travelled to Spain in 1613. Japan did not open an embassy in the United States (in Washington, D.C.) until 1860. (en)
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  • This is a list of diplomatic missions of Japan, excluding any honorary consulates. Japan sent ambassadors to the Tang Chinese court in Xi'an since 607 AD, as well as to the Koryo and Joseon dynasties of early Korea. For centuries, early modern Japan did not actively seek to expand its foreign relations. The first Japanese ambassadors to a Western country travelled to Spain in 1613. Japan did not open an embassy in the United States (in Washington, D.C.) until 1860. (en)
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  • List of diplomatic missions of Japan (en)
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