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Taking stock in Tokyo

In the latter half of last month I went back to Japan for an annual conference of ambassadors based in Europe. The 39 ambassadors present discussed Japan’s relations with the EU and its member states, with Russia and with Central Asian nations.

One of the key issues in Japan-EU relations concerns the launch of negotiations for an Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) ...more
Look out for details of our stunning exhibition of hitherto unseesn NETSUKE - including a certain hare with amber eyes. Starts Thursday 4 April 2013.
Victims of Great East Japan Earthquake remembered in Britain
A ceremony of remembrance was held at the Embassy of Japan in London to mark two years after the ...more
Exhibitions at the Embassy of Japan
Until 29 March 2013
The Embassy of Japan
SPARE A THOUGHT FOR TOHOKU and
MANGA JIMAN 2012: The Winners
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Films at the Embassy of Japan: Happy Flight
Tuesday 23 April 2013, 18:30
The Embassy of Japan
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London hosts a diverse range of Japanese arts
From the traditional to the innovative, this month we focus on the diverse range of Japanese arts that can be enjoyed in the capital city ...more
'CHOSHU FIVE' - 150th anniversary of the journey of five men who came to Britain and changed Japan
Various events will take place in the UK and Japan this year to mark the 150th anniversary ...more
Wines Made in Japan?
The Koshu grape is one of the most prominent varieties native to Japan. This distinctively Japanese grape is grown primarily in Yamanashi ...more
Video Topics
Fascinating Diversity: Oishii: The Magnificent Flavors of Tohoku
Chef Josep Barahona discovers the rich ingredients of Tohoku's varied local cuisine in MOFA's video series ...more
JAPAN-UK Events Calendar
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