How to Reschedule Deliveries with Japan Post

Have you received something looking like the one in the below photo in your mail box?

It's a "delivery attempt slip" from Japan Post. If you have received this, it means Japan Post has attempted to deliver something that you need to receive in person while you are not home. You are required to reschedule the delivery in order to receive the item.

This page illustrates how you can reschedule the delivery using the information on the slip.

If you wish to download a printable instruction, please do so by clicking the attached file link located at the very bottom of this page.



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