Looking for Japanese Expats in Afghanistan?

  • Connect with fellow Japanese in Afghanistan

  • Get information in our Afghanistan guide

  • Join exciting events and activities

  • Exchange tips about expat life in Afghanistan

  • Kentaro Tanaka

    I was the first employee my company sent to Kabul, but InterNations provided me with a great network of expats.

InterNations – Bringing Together Japanese Living in Afghanistan

Interested in meeting fellow Japanese in Afghanistan? Are you looking for trustworthy advice and tips on expat life from your Japanese countrymen? Or would you like to discover landmarks such as the central highlands with other Japanese expatriates?

No matter if you already are an expat in Afghanistan or still finishing your preparations for your relocation back home in Japan, InterNations Afghanistan offers everything you are looking for: our trusted network is the most popular international platform for expats and global minds from all over the world. Of course, we also have a number of Japanese expats in Afghanistan among our members, coming from various regions all over Japan - from the Kansai Region, over Tokyo to Sapporo.

    Meet other Japanese in Afghanistan

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    Meet other Japanese at our events in Afghanistan

    Attend our monthly events and activities for Japanese expatriates to get to know like-minded expatriates in real life.

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    Get trustworthy advice and local insights from fellow Japanese in our Afghanistan expat forums.

      Ask experienced Japanese expats in Afghanistan!

      • Where can I find Japanese food?
      • Where can I meet other Japanese?
      • Are there Japanese schools in my city?
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      Get Tips and Info on Life in Afghanistan from Japanese Expats

      Being an expat in Afghanistan means much more than packing your belongings and taking care of paperwork. Keeping in touch with your Japanese compatriots is a big part of the expat experience and can help you understand the Afghan people and their culture better. With InterNations, meeting other Japanese in Afghanistan is a breeze, no matter if you are in Ghazni, Kabul, Konduz or any other expat magnet across the country. Just take our network of Japanese in Kabul, for example.

      If you are in the mood to speak your mother tongue again, to learn about the best spots to shop for Japanese food, or to discuss your favorite sports team’s latest match, join the Japanese InterNations Community:

      • In our huge expat network, you can easily find like-minded expatriates from Japan.
      • Our Afghanistan Expat Forums are a great place to share experiences and advice – for example how to find a nanny speaking your language or where to get sushi and sashimi in Kabul...
      • The InterNations Places database for Afghanistan helps you find institutions like the nearest Japanese embassy.

      From the central highlands to the Hindukush mountain areas, we’ll get you in touch with helpful and friendly Japanese expats in Afghanistan.

      Meet Fellow Japanese in Afghanistan at Our Many Expat Activities

      Participating in our regular expat events and activities in Afghanistan is another wonderful advantage of your membership. Our events cater to virtually all interests, ranging from a nice dinner with your fellow expats to enjoy some famous qabili palau, Afghanistan’s national dish, to large expat get-togethers with hundreds of guests in some of Kabul’s most exclusive locations. Looking for a weekend getaway? Simply join one of our expat excursions with a group of fellow Japanese in Kabul and discover Herat's Friday Mosque and deserted citadel, the impressively tiled Blue Mosque at Mazar e-Sharif, and other impressive landmarks across Afghanistan.

      Our events and activities are a great way of meeting fellow expats from Japan and all around the globe in a casual atmosphere. Does this sound interesting to you? Then sign up for membership and you’ll hear a heartfelt Konbanwa from our Japanese living in Afghanistan!