Embassy of the Republic of Serbia





Mr. Naohide Ueyama, president of Dainihon Jochugiku (Kincho Company) has been appointed Honorary Consul-General of the Republic of Serbia in Osaka. The jurisdiction area of Honorary Consulate General consists of Kinki and Chugoku regions and official exercise of  Honorary Consulate General’ s functions started from August 26, 2004.

The Letter of Commission was handed over to Mr. Ueyama by the former Deputy Foreign Minister of Serbia and Montenegro Mr. Predrag Boskovic, at the ceremony held in the Embassy in Tokyo on September 28, 2004.


Honorary Consulate General of the
Republic of Serbia

Dai Nihon Jochugiku Bldg.
1-4-11, Tosabori, Nishi-ku
Osaka City 550-0001
Office hours: 09:00 – 12:00, 13:00 – 17:00 (Mon – Fri)
Tel: 06-6444-1111
Fax: 06-6441-6231
Web: http://www.kincho.co.jp/kaisha/english/serbia/serbia.html

Japanese address:


大日本除虫菊株式会社 内
電 話 : 06-6444-1111


Naohide Ueyama is a direct descendant of Eiichiro Ueyama, born in 1862 in Wakayama Prefecture, who had been appointed Honorary Consul in Osaka by Aleksandar I Karađorđević, King of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.

Eiichiro Ueyama was impressively successful and respected industrialist and entrepreneur, well known for his contribution to the development of Japanese trade and for establishment and promotion of relations between Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes and Japan.

Eichiro Ueyama
Original document of the appointment of Eiichiro Ueyama as Honorary Consul (September 10, 1929)

Kantaro Ueyama, the son of Eiichiro Ueyama, was appointed Honorary Vice Consul of Kingdom of Yugoslavia (The Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes had been renamed into Kingdom of Yugoslavia on January 6, 1929).

Kantaro Ueyama, like his father Eiichiro, has also been renowned businessman and exporter.

Kantaro Ueyama
Original document marking the appointment of Kantaro Ueyama as Honorary Consul General (november 15, 1930)

It is suitable to remind that Japan also had Honorary Consul in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, Milutin Stanojević, who had been appointed on January 3, 1929.

Milutin Stanojevic
Original document of the appointment of Milutin Stanojevic as Honorary Consul (January 16, 1929)



Embassy of the Republic of Serbia, 4-7-24 Kitashinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan
tel. +81 (3) 3447-3571, fax +81 (3) 3447-3573
email: embassy@serbianembassy.jp, web site: www.serbianembassy.jp