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On July 25, 2016 in Tokyo, Took Place the Opening Ceremony of Exhibition of Famous Artist Arevik  Mkrtchyan

On July 25, 2016 in Tokyo, Took Place th...

On July 25, under the auspices of the Embassy of the Republic of Armenia in Japan, the opening reception of famous artist Arevik Mkrtchyan’s exhibition, organized by the “Sakura Tours” travel agency, took place in a large art hall in Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo. the material is taken...
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Two new students from Japan will join UWC Dilijan

Two new students from Japan will join UW...

Two new students from Japan will join UWC Dilijan school in September this year. Congratulations!June 10, Keidanren Hall: Meeting with the new students, their parents and senior student Idomu Itoh, who arrived from Dilijan for summer break. the material is taken...
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Announcement of the Application for the 10th International MANGA Award

Announcement of the Application for the ...

1. Purpose To spread MANGA culture to overseas and promote international cultural exchanges through MANGA. 2. Prize (1) The Gold Award of the Tenth International MANGA Award will be given to the best MANGA work and the Silver Award will be given to three other excellent works. (2) The Gold Award and the Silver Award winners will be invited to Japan on the occasion of the award ceremony for around 10 days as an extra prize (exclude the fine work winners). 3. Conditions of Entry (1)The MANGA works (24 or more pages) must have been produced outside Japan. Both published and...
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Arax Mansourian: “I am so happy that I w...

March 22nd marked the launch of the Armenian Culture Week in Tokyo at Daikanyama Hillside Terrace. The event is being held with the support of the Embassy of the Republic of Armenia in Japan and is aimed at not only helping the Japanese become more familiar with Armenian culture, but also building a cultural bridge between Armenia and Japan. On March 24th, 26th and 27th, Armenian and Japanese musicians and well-known Soprano Arax Mansourian gave a concert that was held as part of a Armenian music festival. “The musical program was prepared by Japanese musician...
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Week of Armenian Culture in Tokyo

Week of Armenian Culture in Tokyo

27.03.2016 On March 22-27 there was held a week of Armenian culture in Tokyo, during which there took place different events with the participation of the Armenian and Japanese artists. The week launched at “Daykanama Hillside Terrace” hall complex, where “Shogakai”Union of Japan presented the art of the Japanese calligrapghy withthe Armenian motives: there were presented the works of the Armenian designer, painter Arev Petrosyan and the Japanese artist Makoto Maeda. During the week there took place the solo concert of Arax Mansouryan with the accompaniment of the...
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Exhibition of cat-themed ukiyo-e held in Tokyo

Exhibition of cat-themed ukiyo-e held in...

An exhibition of traditional ukiyo-e and other paintings featuring cats has opened in Tokyo on the annual day when Japan celebrates all things feline.February 22nd has been designated as Cat Day by some organizations because the word for “two” in Japanese, “ni,” sounds similar to “nyan,” the Japanese word for “meow.”A gallery in the Ginza district started showing more than 30 cat-related artworks on Monday. One ukiyo-e print depicts a kabuki actor playing a cat monster on stage. Another print shows cats bathing at a...
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Armenia-Japan Culture Week 2016

ARMENIAN MUSIC FESTIVAL in JAPAN with Legendary Soprano ARAX MANSOURIAN Takahiro AKIBA (Piano, Director) Karen ISRAELYAN (Violin) Megumi NAKANOMORI (Piano) Ririko TAKAGI (Violin) Futo YAMANE (Cello) Very Special Guest Arax MANSOURIAN (Soprano) the material is taken...
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Armenian Dolls in Japanese Festival

Armenian Dolls in Japanese Festival

The 5th edition of the World Doll Festival will show this year about 1,370 dolls from all around the world, all of themwearing the typical garment from their original countries. In between them will be 14 from your country. The different booths will contain information about the World Cultural Heritages listed by UNESCO. The event will be held from 15th until 18th October, at Izutsu Yashiki (769-2901 Higashikagawa, Hiketa 2163, Japan; Tel.+81 879-238557). This year the exhibition is devoted to France and will harbour hand-made dolls from different regions in the...
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June 19: The visit Armenian ambassador...

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The First Japanese Student to Join UWC Dilijan International School

The First Japanese Student to Join UWC D...

Idomu is the first Japanese student to join UWC Dilijan International School, and will start his studies and life in Dilijan in 2015 August. the material is taken from https://www.facebook.com/pages/Embassy-of-Armenia-to-Japan/759921597408540
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It is not an American Roller Coaster, It is a Bridge in Japan

It is not an American Roller Coaster, It...

If you want with your car to have a feeling of an American roller coaster, so Japanese Eshima Ohashi Bridge gives you such an opportunity. However, there is no «dead loop», but driving on this bridge is awfully enough even with an express car. Adme.ru web-site has published those photos of the bridge which make people stiffen. The bridge connects together Sakaiminato and Matsue cities. Its length is 1, 7 km and the width is 11, 3m. With its size and firm construction this bridge is the third among world bridges. If you look this bridge from the very far corner so it...
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The Ancient Japanese Medicinal Mixture Recovers the Bones and Heals Sore Ankles

The Ancient Japanese Medicinal Mixture R...

The Japanese believe that this magic means gives a long and healthy life. For years, many people suffer from the pain of bones and joints. The drugs are expensive, especially the anesthetics and besides they are harmful for the whole body. This old natural receipt, which the Japanese use until the present day, will relieve your joint and bone pains. The samurais thought that the combination of vinegar and egg is the guarantee for strength and health. It contributes to the assimilation of proteins, calcium and vitamins. The peel of an egg contains 1800 mg calcium and human...
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Japan Exceeds in Speed Again

Japan Exceeds in Speed Again

Japan intends to create the fastest train in the world, which will have 480 km/h speed. Its designers intend to use the Maglev technology, which is a special magnetic energy. Due to them, it will be possible to be several inches above the concrete surface. By means of this magnetic energy, the train “Tokai” will transport the passengers from Tokyo to Nagoya. The project was approved in Japan on October 17 in 2014. The following variant of transportation allows to pass 290 km way in 40 minutes, which is an hour faster than the world-famous Shinkansen (320 km/h). The...
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A Bus-Electric Power Station Was Created in Japan

A Bus-Electric Power Station Was Created...

18/01/2014 The Japanese Hino Motors Ltd car concern together with the manufacturer of electronics Hitachi Ltd has created a new bus model, which is able to become a mobile electric power station and provide electricity to the population in case of natural disasters. It has a saving and ecologically safe hybrid engine. The whole energy, which the ion-lithium battery produces in a special regimen, will be provided to the subscribers. According to the assessments of the developers, the bus-electric power station can provide the buildings of schools with electricity for 10...
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At november 30, 2014 “Komitas Quartet”‘s Japan performances the opening concert  was held

At november 30, 2014 “Komitas Quar...

On November 30, 2014, on Sunday, in Japan took place the opening concert of the Armenian String Quartet “Komitas Quartet”, which was held at Tokyo International Christian University Chapel. the material is taken from http://www.jp-euras.org/ja/2012-07-04-10-35-54/2014/37-invitation-komitas-quartet.html  translated from Armenian into English...
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Japan two years after the earthquake and Gyumri(Armenia) 25 years after the earthquake: photos of comparition

Japan two years after the earthquake and...

Ani Hakobyan March 11, 2011: there was a 9 magnitude earthquake in the south-east of Japan. Approximately 16.000 people died, nearly everything was destroyed.  Japan – two years after the earthquake. December 7, 1988: there was an earthquake in Armenia. Within seconds the earthquake totally ruined the town of Spitak, destroyed the towns of  Gyumri, Vanadzor and Stepanavan, it had greatly damaged the towns of  Dilijan, Ijevan, Alaverdi, Artik, Akhuryan and other towns and settlements, it ruined more than 350 villages.  25.000 people became the victims of the...
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Japanese Spirit Perseverance (video)

Japanese Spirit Perseverance (video)

5-minute video where the urge to overcome all the difficulties and say thank you to the whole world
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Music Video “Revive Japan”

Music Video “Revive Japan”

On October 29 at Moscow cinema there took place the premiere of the music video “Revive Japan”. Talking with the composer Shushan Sargsyan we were informed that the music was written within minutes under the influence of the news about the earthquake. After that the words were written, the artists were chosen and there was created the song which was succeeded by the music video. And on October 29 there took place the presentation of the music video.  From the artists participated Sona Shahgeldyan, Liana, Nelly, Lana Khachatryan, Susanna Petrosyan, Sargis and Tigran...
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Japanese NIKKEI news broadcast’s W...

http://www.nikkei.com/video/  
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Japan’s NHK News Simplified Website

Japan’s NHK News Simplified Websit...

http://www3.nhk.or.jp/news/easy/