The Embassy of Japan in Bhutan, Japan Foundation New Delhi, and JICA Bhutan Office jointly conduct the “ONLINE JAPAN WEEK in Bhutan 2021”, from 9th to 14th October, 2021, in cooperation with the Royal Government of Bhutan.Have a look and enjoy! Link to Schedule of the Online Events of the Japan Week
Almost 10 years have passed since judo was introduced to Bhutan. Bhutanese participated in judo events for the first time from the Kingdom of Bhutan at this year’s Tokyo 2020 event. Previous efforts in the Kingdom of Bhutan will be broadcast as a sports documentary as follows. Please have a look. BS Fuji television Programme Website […]
HCG in Tokyo is one of the nominal sponsors of “the World Performing Arts Forum”, which introduces East Bhutan’s Yak Dance.
At Hulic Hall Tokyo on 1st of August 2021, Merak village of East Bhutan’s Yak Dance will be introduced with video.Take this opportunity to experience the traditional arts of the Kingdom of Bhutan.Pre-application will be required for the entry. See here for details.
Bhutanese Foreign Ministry Announcement ANNOUNCEMENT The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is planning a relief flight to and from Singapore for Bhutanese on the following date:DATE: 7 July 2021DAY: Wednesday Bhutanese wishing to avail of this flight are advised to contact the nearest Embassy/Mission on or before Tuesday, 16 June 2021 (23:59 Hours BST) with the […]
Lyonpo Dago Tshering received the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Star among the foreign recipients the third year of the Reiwa era.
On 29th April 2021, the Government of Japan announced the foreign recipients of the third year of the Reiwa era, or the year of 2021 Spring Decorations. Lyonpo Dago Tshering, former Ambassador of Bhutan to Japan is among this year’s foreign recipients and in recognition of his contributions to strengthening the relationship and the friendship […]
A picture book of Bhutanese folklore “Old Man’s Song” has been published in Japanese in Japan.According to the publisher, this is the first picture book in Bhutanese folklore in Japan. The Kingdom of Bhutan is not only focusing on economic growth, but also on “Gross National Happiness (GNH)” as the basic principle of development of […]
Senior High School students in Japan created a picture book in Dzongkha, Bhutanese language. They are Ms. Anzai, Ms. Furusawa, Ms. Miyamoto and Ms. Watanabe who are students at Hirano Senior High School Attached to Osaka Kyoiku University in Osaka, Japan. They have been conducting research on the theme of protecting endangered languages. They investigated about […]
Having received a few enquiries from Bhutanese students graduating in end-March. Since there is no relief flights planned as of now for that period, the government has been advising them to use the Japan-Delhi-Paro route. According to the Drukair, the fight to Delhi is normally on. And the students can request Drukair to book seats […]