Indo-Japan Cultural Meet On At AMA Till February 2

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Indo-Japan Cultural Meet On At AMA Till February 2

| Updated: January 29, 2023 15:42

To mark the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between India and Japan, the 11th Japan Festival was inaugurated by Hiroshi Suzuki at AMA on Saturday. The festival will be on till February 2. It has been jointly organised by the Japan Information and Study Centre at Ahmedabad Management Association (AMA) in association with Indo-Japan Friendship Association Gujarat and the Consulate-General of Japan, Mumbai.

The cultural meet has been planned to showcase the best of Japanese culture, fine arts, films and martial arts. The highlight at Saturday’s event clearly was the joint musical performance, Kem Cho Konnichiwa. In addition, the next few days promise to enthral visitors with fusion music, dance and cuisine. 

According to Mukesh Patel, president, Indo-Japan Friendship Association, the venture will help strengthen ties between the two nations. “In particular, there has been a lot of inquiry about the talk shows on Zen. The festival is on at AMA campus till 8 pm and is open to public,” he shared.  

Gujarat shares a cherished relationship with Japan ever since January 2009, when Japan became the first country partner at the then Vibrant Gujarat celebrations. The Japan Information and Study Centre at AMA and the IJFA have successfully organized 10 festivals over the past 14 years (2009 to 2023). The showings have provided an insight into Japanese art, culture, values and lifestyle.

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