Consul-General's Profile

2022/3/15
                                        CURRICULUM VITAE
 
                                          JUNJI SHIMADA
 
Present PositionConsul-General, Consulate-General of Japan in Melbourne
Education:
March 1985     B. A. in law, Hitotsubashi University, Japan
May 1988       B. A. in economics, Swarthmore College, United States
Career:
April 1985      Entered the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
July 1988       National Security Affairs Division, North American Affairs Bureau
May 1989       Status of US Forces Agreement Division, North American Affairs
Bureau
August 1991     Assistant Director, Personnel Division, Minister’s Secretariat
August 1993     Assistant Director, Northeast Asia Division, Asian Affairs Bureau
January 1996     First Secretary, Political Section, Embassy of Japan, Washington DC
November 1998   Deputy Director, Japan-US Security Treaty Division/Status of U. S.
Forces Agreement Division, North American Affairs Bureau
August 1999      First Secretary, Economic Section, Embassy of Japan, Beijing
August 2001      Senior Assistant for Policy Coordination, Policy Coordination
Division, Foreign Policy Bureau
February 2002    Executive Assistant to the Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs
January 2005     Director, Japan-US Security Treaty Division, North American Affairs
  Bureau
August 2007   Director, Treaties Division, International Legal Affairs Bureau
July 2009       Director, Northeast Asia Division, Asian and Oceanian Affairs Bureau
September 2010  Minister, Embassy of Japan, Jakarta
June 2013    Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of Japan, Jakarta
July 2014       Deputy Director-General, International Legal Affairs Bureau
January 2015    Deputy Director-General, Intelligence and Analysis Service (IAS)
September 2017  Deputy Assistant Minister, Special Research Officer for Security Intelligence, Intelligence and Analysis Service (IAS)
October 2020    Deputy Director-General, Intelligence and Analysis Service (IAS)
January 2021    Consul-General, Consulate-General of Japan in Melbourne
 
Family:         Kaoru (spouse), Saki (daughter), and Sho (son)