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A testament to human endeavour

It is hard to believe that a month has already passed since the ending of the spectacular London 2012 Olympic Games.  Now, indeed, the Paralympics have just finished, and they were equally memorable. On the evening before they started, the Embassy ...more
JAPAN & LONDON 2012: Paralympic Highlights

The London 2012 Paralympic Games saw Japan take a total of 16 medals. Team Japan did well in the Swimming events with 8 medals (2 gold, 2 silver and 4 bronze), including a World Record set by Yasuhiro Tanaka in the 100m Breastroke - SB14. ...more
Films at the Embassy:The Story of Jiro
Wednesday 26 September 2012
Embassy of Japan in London

Exhibition: KINTAIKYO – Building a Japanese Bridge
14 September – 16 November 2012
Embassy of Japan

School students show their support for Japanese paralympic team
The Japanese Paralympic team were really friendly and welcoming and we enjoyed chatting, via interpreters, about their sports and intensive training ...more
The Hiroshima Stone Memorial is unveiled at the National Memorial Arboretum
The Hiroshima Stone was officially unveilled by Ambassador Hayashi on 15 August ...more
Cricket connecting Britain and Japan
Miyaji aims to introduce cricket to many people in Japan to build bridges between Japanese communities and those in other countries, especially the UK
Preparations underway for autumn festival
Tthe 4th Japan Matsuri will take place on Saturday 6th October at Trafalgar Square, and promises to be bigger and better than ever! ...more
Spotlight on…ArcelorMittal Orbit architect Kathryn Findlay
Our spotlight is on British architect Kathryn Findlay, who recently worked on Britain’s tallest sculpture, the ArcelorMittal Orbit ...more
JAPAN-UK Events Calendar
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