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The Armenian-Japanese Effective Cooperat...

Thanks to Anna Vardanyan for the provision of the material! translated from Armenian into English by M.Vardanyan
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The Fan of Japan Anna Vardanyan has made a Note on her Facebook Page

The Fan of Japan Anna Vardanyan has made...

“A Stroll in Japan” author Heghine Melik-Haykazean, Tbilisi, 1905. I found this book in the National Library of Armenia in “The World of Books”. The memories and impressions of our compatriot during her visit to Japan in the beginning of 1900ies are a story full of adventures written in a literate and interesting way. It was interesting to see Japan with the eyes of Mrs. Heghine; a Japan, which “hasn’t seen” war, atomic bombing, to stroll mentally in the steep of Nagasaki, “to feel” the rhythm of big Japanese towns, to get acquainted with some branches of...
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“JAR” Japanese-Armenian Relations Development Non-Governmental Organization

“JAR” Japanese-Armenian Rela...

On July 10, 2017, at the address 202 Armenak Armenakyan str., apt.17, Yerevan City there was opened “JAR” Japanese-Armenian Relations Development Non-Governmental Organization. The contact details are as follows: E-mail: info@japanarmenia.com Website: japanarmenia.com Tel: +374-77-38-11-87 THE SUBJECT AND OBJECTIVES OF THE ORGANIZATION 2.1.  The subject (tasks) and objectives of the Organization prescribed by the law are the following; 2.1.1. By means of its activities to contribute to the development and highlighting of the Japanese culture and tourism in Armenia...
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The Presentation of the CD of Japanese S...

On July 10, 2017, from 19:30 to 22:00 at Komitas Museum-Institute took place the presentation of the CD of Japanese songs of the choir “Little Singers of Armenia” . At the beginning of the presentation, the choir performed for the guests the song, after which the CD is named. Then there was shown a small episode from the process of recording. At the end of the presentation, the choir sang a song, which hadn’t been recorded. Author: H. Muradyan translated from Armenian into English...
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日本・アルメニア関係は順調に発展

日本・アルメニア関係は順調に発展...

14/06/2017 On June 14, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia Edward Nalbandyan received the delegation headed by Shinichi Kitaoka, President of Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). This is announced by the press service of the ministry. Greeting the guests, the Armenian Foreign Minister underlined with satisfaction the sustainable development of the Armenian-Japanese relations during recent years, and noted that the opening of the Embassy of Armenia in Tokyo in 2010 and the opening of the Embassy of Japan in Yerevan in 2015 have contributed to...
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Признание в любви в японском стиле !...

Thanks to Artsvi Bakhchinyan for the provision of the material!
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Japanese Songs Performed by the “Little Singers of Armenia”  (video)

Japanese Songs Performed by the “Little ...

Within the frameworks of the cooperation with the famous Japanese organization “Victor Entertainment”, the “Little Singers of Armenia” will perform Japanese songs. It was mentioned during the talk with the journalists today by the president of the international association “Young Singers of Armenia” Tigran Hekekyan. According to the musician, in four days they should record 10 works. Four specialists have arrived in Yerevan from Japan: the head of the organization, the sound director, the producer and the photographer. As it become known during the press...
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The Armenian-Japanese Family Highlights ...

translated from Armenian into English by M.Vardanyan
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For those who Love Japan: an Excerpt from Monte Melkonyan’s Biography

For those who Love Japan: an Excerpt fro...

He was born on November 25, 1957, in the USA, in the family of Armenians who have survived from the Genocide and have settled down in Visalia town of California, USA. In the summer of 1972, fifteen years old Monte Melkonyan finishes secondary school. Before the beginning of the new academic year at high school, with the suggestion of the school headmaster David Grimes he leaves for Japan to continue his education in the most prestigious school of the country – “Tokyo Kamata High School”. The decision to sent Monte to Japan wasn’t made by chance: for a long time...
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JASC-日本アルメニア・サポートセンター...

2016年の8月にアルメニアで長谷川有彦先生   arihiko@jasc-armenia.com     のイニシアチブでJASCと言う、日本アルメニア・サポートセンター   http://jasc-armenia.com/   ...
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Japanese Love with the Armenian Motives ...

The first meeting of the Japanese lecturer and the Armenian student took place ten years ago. One of them wanted to learn Japanese and the other was ready to teach. And none of them could imagine that some years later they would make up an Armenian-Japanese family. And what is more important, they would live right in Armenia. Details: in the video the material is taken from  http://su0.ru/Zz5h translated from Armenian into English...
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A Blog about the Japanese Literature and...

The blog “The Japanese Literature and Arts”was created in 2011 by a writer, the founder of “Litopedia” philology Ashot Gabrielyan. The aim of the blog is to bring together all the Armenian materials concerning Japan and the Japanese Arts. Here you can find both the Armenian translations of the Japanese authors and the comments of the Armenian and other artists about the Japanese arts. There are also travelling notes, which reveal Japan. The blog will continue to be active in the future. Author:Seda...
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Hiroki Kanda and Other Armenian-Speaking Japanese

Hiroki Kanda and Other Armenian-Speaking...

Posted: 2016-05-26 Artsvi BAKHCHINYAN One of the Syrian Armenians has learnt Armenian from Japanese. Recently the ambassador of Japan to Armenia announced that approximately three hundred people in Armenia study Japanese. And how many people study Armenian in Japan? From time to time, we meet and hear about the Japanese, which are engaged in different spheres of Armenology (the first one was the legendary scientist Kumagusu Minakata, who still at the end of the 19th century in London has learnt some Armenian). But today we can mention five Japanese scientists from...
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Travelling in Armenia – The Japanese in ...

A film about the Japaneses’ activity in the Armenia at 2016. thanks to Vardanyan Anna  for given  this material!  translated from Armenian into English...
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アルメニア、エレバンの日本食レストラン櫻田のブログ...

http://japanarmenia.blog.fc2.com/
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In Memory of the Victims of the Severe Earthquake in Japan in 2011

In Memory of the Victims of the Severe E...

Year 2011, March 11… there was an earthquake in Japan, which measured 9.0-9.1 magnitude and took away lives of tens of thousands people. Having the hard experience of the earthquake in 1988, the Republic of Armenia didn’t stay indifferent to that terrible reality and immediately offered its help to Japan by providing the Government of Japan with both financial means and human compassion. On March 11, 2014, on the third anniversary of the devastating earthquake and tsunami, at the Ministry of Emergency Situations of RA took place an event, where the employees of the...
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Wonderful Opportunity

Wonderful Opportunity

Last month I was chosen by the Embassy of Japan to participate in a short-term program called MIRAI which was organized by the MOFA Japan and EFIL/AFS. That was a great opportunity for me to practice my Japanese and get more knowledge about Japan, its people, culture, and not only Japan, but also other countries, because there were participants from Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia. I was able to find a lot of friends from different parts of the world. In the frameworks of the program we visited different corporations, companies like Mori Building corporation,...
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Japanese artist’s “Armenian...

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My First Journey to the Country of the R...

As many of you might know I have been studying Japanese for over four years now. Since my early childhood I have loved the Japanese culture and have wished to visit the country one day. I tried many things but unfortunately they constantly failed. However this autumn I finally got a chance to visit Japan and I spent 10 days in this country with a very unique culture. In this post I am going to tell you about my journey, where we went and what we did, what we ate and whom we met. It’s going to be a long ride, so bear with me Kinkakuji This journey is...
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アルメニア友の会

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