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Country/Region Guide

Regulations on export to Brazil

When you send your luggage to Brazil, Please check the following transport, and the regulations on import and export.

Although we pay close attention to the accuracy of the information, the laws and regulations of each country and region are subject to change. Please be sure to check the import regulations of each country before using.

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Contraband list for Brazil

The restrictions on the items that can be sent vary depending on the delivery method. For more details, please check the restrictions of each shipping method below.

Standard Express

Economy Air

Surface

Those that can not be sent all over the world common

Combustible articles, high-pressure articles, etc. For details, please see "Products that cannot be delivered overseas".

Items that cannot be delivered to Brazil

Electrical Appliances There are restrictions for products containing lithium batteries, regarding the type (lithium ion, lithium metal) and quantity (max. 2 per package).
Precious stones and metals We do not offer shipping for high value items or accessories which include precious metals, etc.
Personal Goods Customs clearance fees (referred to locally as Fee for Postal Dispatch) are collected on all postal items subject to customs inspections.
All imported parcels are subject to a 15 real shipping fee (approx. 390 JPY; 1 BRL = 26 JPY). In Brazil, printed matter is not subject to tariffs for postal goods, with a uniform 60% levied against the taxable amount (product price + shipping costs + insurance).
Foods △ Food products (seaweeds, fish, and tea products are subject to quarantine by the authorities in the destination and are permitted provided they do not violate local laws)
Pharmaceutical products, contact lenses, and nursing products x Medicine
x Veterinary goods
Liquors and tobacco products x Alcohol beverage
x Electronic cigarettes
x Tobacco and cigarettes
Printed matter x Calendars
x Books for primary education not written in Portuguese
x Stationery
Other goods △Used goods (secondhand goods that are sent to charitable organizations certified by a designated entity in Brazil as a contribution to public interest are permitted. Personal baggage the owner of which files separately with customs in Brazil upon arrival can be sent.)

Those that can not be sent all over the world common

Combustible articles, high-pressure articles, etc. For details, please see "Products that cannot be delivered overseas".

Items that cannot be delivered to Brazil

Electrical Appliances There are restrictions for products containing lithium batteries, regarding the type (lithium ion, lithium metal) and quantity (max. 2 per package).
Personal Goods Customs clearance fees (referred to locally as Fee for Postal Dispatch) are collected on all postal items subject to customs inspections.
All imported parcels are subject to a 15 real shipping fee (approx. 390 JPY; 1 BRL = 26 JPY). In Brazil, printed matter is not subject to tariffs for postal goods, with a uniform 60% levied against the taxable amount (product price + shipping costs + insurance).
Foods △ Food products (seaweeds, fish, and tea products are subject to quarantine by the authorities in the destination and are permitted provided they do not violate local laws)
Pharmaceutical products, contact lenses, and nursing products x Medicine
x Veterinary goods
Liquors and tobacco products x Alcohol beverage
x Electronic cigarettes
x Tobacco and cigarettes
Printed matter x Calendars
x Books for primary education not written in Portuguese
x Stationery
Other goods △Used goods (secondhand goods that are sent to charitable organizations certified by a designated entity in Brazil as a contribution to public interest are permitted. Personal baggage the owner of which files separately with customs in Brazil upon arrival can be sent.)

Those that can not be sent all over the world common

Combustible articles, high-pressure articles, etc. For details, please see "Products that cannot be delivered overseas".

Items that cannot be delivered to Brazil

Electrical Appliances We cannot accept requests for shipping products containing lithium batteries.
Personal Goods Customs clearance fees (referred to locally as Fee for Postal Dispatch) are collected on all postal items subject to customs inspections.
All imported parcels are subject to a 15 real shipping fee (approx. 390 JPY; 1 BRL = 26 JPY). In Brazil, printed matter is not subject to tariffs for postal goods, with a uniform 60% levied against the taxable amount (product price + shipping costs + insurance).
Foods △ Food products (seaweeds, fish, and tea products are subject to quarantine by the authorities in the destination and are permitted provided they do not violate local laws)
Pharmaceutical products, contact lenses, and nursing products x Medicine
x Veterinary goods
Liquors and tobacco products x Alcohol beverage
x Electronic cigarettes
x Tobacco and cigarettes
Printed matter x Calendars
x Books for primary education not written in Portuguese
x Stationery
Other goods △Used goods (secondhand goods that are sent to charitable organizations certified by a designated entity in Brazil as a contribution to public interest are permitted. Personal baggage the owner of which files separately with customs in Brazil upon arrival can be sent.)
Standard Express
  • Those that can not be sent all over the world common

    Combustible articles, high-pressure articles, etc. For details, please see "Products that cannot be delivered overseas".

    Items that cannot be delivered to Brazil

    Electrical Appliances
    There are restrictions for products containing lithium batteries, regarding the type (lithium ion, lithium metal) and quantity (max. 2 per package).
    Precious stones and metals
    We do not offer shipping for high value items or accessories which include precious metals, etc.
    Personal Goods
    Customs clearance fees (referred to locally as Fee for Postal Dispatch) are collected on all postal items subject to customs inspections.
    All imported parcels are subject to a 15 real shipping fee (approx. 390 JPY; 1 BRL = 26 JPY). In Brazil, printed matter is not subject to tariffs for postal goods, with a uniform 60% levied against the taxable amount (product price + shipping costs + insurance).
    Foods
    △ Food products (seaweeds, fish, and tea products are subject to quarantine by the authorities in the destination and are permitted provided they do not violate local laws)
    Pharmaceutical products, contact lenses, and nursing products
    x Medicine
    x Veterinary goods
    Liquors and tobacco products
    x Alcohol beverage
    x Electronic cigarettes
    x Tobacco and cigarettes
    Printed matter
    x Calendars
    x Books for primary education not written in Portuguese
    x Stationery
    Other goods
    △Used goods (secondhand goods that are sent to charitable organizations certified by a designated entity in Brazil as a contribution to public interest are permitted. Personal baggage the owner of which files separately with customs in Brazil upon arrival can be sent.)
Economy Air
  • Those that can not be sent all over the world common

    Combustible articles, high-pressure articles, etc. For details, please see "Products that cannot be delivered overseas".

    Items that cannot be delivered to Brazil

    Electrical Appliances
    There are restrictions for products containing lithium batteries, regarding the type (lithium ion, lithium metal) and quantity (max. 2 per package).
    Personal Goods
    Customs clearance fees (referred to locally as Fee for Postal Dispatch) are collected on all postal items subject to customs inspections.
    All imported parcels are subject to a 15 real shipping fee (approx. 390 JPY; 1 BRL = 26 JPY). In Brazil, printed matter is not subject to tariffs for postal goods, with a uniform 60% levied against the taxable amount (product price + shipping costs + insurance).
    Foods
    △ Food products (seaweeds, fish, and tea products are subject to quarantine by the authorities in the destination and are permitted provided they do not violate local laws)
    Pharmaceutical products, contact lenses, and nursing products
    x Medicine
    x Veterinary goods
    Liquors and tobacco products
    x Alcohol beverage
    x Electronic cigarettes
    x Tobacco and cigarettes
    Printed matter
    x Calendars
    x Books for primary education not written in Portuguese
    x Stationery
    Other goods
    △Used goods (secondhand goods that are sent to charitable organizations certified by a designated entity in Brazil as a contribution to public interest are permitted. Personal baggage the owner of which files separately with customs in Brazil upon arrival can be sent.)
Surface
  • Those that can not be sent all over the world common

    Combustible articles, high-pressure articles, etc. For details, please see "Products that cannot be delivered overseas".

    Items that cannot be delivered to Brazil

    Electrical Appliances
    We cannot accept requests for shipping products containing lithium batteries.
    Personal Goods
    Customs clearance fees (referred to locally as Fee for Postal Dispatch) are collected on all postal items subject to customs inspections.
    All imported parcels are subject to a 15 real shipping fee (approx. 390 JPY; 1 BRL = 26 JPY). In Brazil, printed matter is not subject to tariffs for postal goods, with a uniform 60% levied against the taxable amount (product price + shipping costs + insurance).
    Foods
    △ Food products (seaweeds, fish, and tea products are subject to quarantine by the authorities in the destination and are permitted provided they do not violate local laws)
    Pharmaceutical products, contact lenses, and nursing products
    x Medicine
    x Veterinary goods
    Liquors and tobacco products
    x Alcohol beverage
    x Electronic cigarettes
    x Tobacco and cigarettes
    Printed matter
    x Calendars
    x Books for primary education not written in Portuguese
    x Stationery
    Other goods
    △Used goods (secondhand goods that are sent to charitable organizations certified by a designated entity in Brazil as a contribution to public interest are permitted. Personal baggage the owner of which files separately with customs in Brazil upon arrival can be sent.)

The following shipping methods are not available for Brazil

  • Super Express

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