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All fees which are not paid online must be paid by bank transfer in advance


Application Fees for the Embassy
Schengen Visa  
Fee paid online by credit card, at the time of registration:
         Adult: EUR 60
         Child (6-11): EUR 35
         Child (0-5): Free of charge
Fee paid by bank transfer, if the applicant does not own a credit card:
         Adult: JPY 7,500
         Child (6-11): JPY 4,400
         Child (0-5): Free of charge
Residence Permit*  
(Work, Study, etc.)
          Japanese citizen: Free of charge
          Non-Japanese citizen (paid by bank transfer):

JPY 24,300

All fees to the Embassy must be paid in advance, and the receipt for payment must be presented at the time of personal appearance at the visa application centre (visa and residence permit) or at the Embassy (passport and certificate). Please note that the Schengen visa fee is paid by credit card online while the residence permit fee is paid in the bank.

The Embassy only accepts online and bank payments. No other forms of payment to the Embassy are accepted, including cash, checks, credit cards and mobile pay.


Embassy bank information (English):

Bank name: Mitsubishi UFJ
Bank address: 1-15-21 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, 150-0002 Tokyo
Branch name: Shibuya-Meijidori
Branch code: 470
Account type: Futsu
Account number: 3263661
Account name: デンマークタイシカン (DENMAーKUTAISHIKAN)


Embassy bank information (Japanese):

銀行: Mitsubishi UFJ
住所: 東京都渋谷区渋谷1−15−21
支店: 渋谷明治通支店
支店番号: 470
名前: デンマークタイシカン


*There are three fees paid for an application for a residence permit. The fee listed here is paid to the Embassy by bank transfer. The fee must be paid in advance. The receipt for the bank transfer must be submitted on the day of application at the visa application centre. The Embassy fee is NOT the same as the fee which is paid to the Danish immigration authorities, which is paid online when the Case Order ID is created. The fee is also NOT the same as the fee paid to the visa application centre which is paid in cash on the day of appointment at the visa application centre.

Japanese nationals are exempt from the Embassy's residence permit fee, but they must pay the fee to the Danish immigration authorities and to the visa application centre. Non-Japanese nationals must pay all three fees.