With a history dating back more than a century, Japanese Cemetery of Kuala Lumpur is a testament to the heritage of our predecessors as well as a historical link between Malaysia and Japan.
Since 1984, the graveyard has been managed by the Society under commission from the Embassy of Japan in Malaysia, and memorial services are held annually in March and September at a memorial hall located within the graveyard. In addition, in April 2018, memorial monuments were erected on the site of the graveyard for the purpose of "It is for all Japanese who died in Malaysia and is open to all Japanese." with the full support of the Japanese government and the consensus of all 13 Japan Club throughout Malaysia.
To ensure the security of this cemetery, the gate is normally locked and closed at all times. If you would like to visit, please refer to the "Information" and the "Note" mentioned below. In consideration of visiting time, please come by your own car or taxi on the day and call the janitor at the gate bell.
|Address||No.2, Jalan Lapangan Terbang Lama, Kuala Lumpur|
|Access||For Google map, Click Here
For Waze, Search at「Japanese Cemetery」
|Tel||016-659-6989 / 019-486-7018|
|Visiting Hour||9:00-17:00 hrs （Except Sun, Public Holidays）|
- When you visit, please register in the visitor's book provided in the memorial hall.
- Donors are requested to use the donation box provided in the memorial hall.
- Please refrain from the following actions in the graveyard.
(a) Acts deemed to be political or commercial activities
(b) Religious activities deemed to be beyond the scope of memorial services
(c) Acts that may cause nuisance to neighboring residents
- If you are visiting as a group, please send the name of the group, the name and contact information of the representative, and the date and time of your visit to JCKL
- If you would like to use photographs taken in the cemetery site for publications, etc., or if you have any other questions or requests, please contact to JCKL.
We would appreciate it very much if you would consider the achievements of your predecessors and the many predecessors who have protected this Japanese cemetery.