“Japan and South Asia relations: Toward the more inclusive and sustainable future” This year, Japan celebrates the anniversaries with the seven countries in South Asia. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan has designated 2022 as “Japan-Southwest Asia Exchange Year” with the aim of taking Japan’s relations with the countries of Southwest Asia to new […]
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
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.
Honorary Consul General and all staffs in Honorary Consulate General in Tokyo would like to wish you all ‘Happy Losar’! HCG in Tokyo wishes you and your family an abundance of blessings in year of the Iron Female OX Year. We pray that Losar brings to you and your family peace, happiness, love, prosperity, good […]
December 17, 2020 is the National Day of the Kingdom of Bhutan.The 5th King attended a celebration ceremony held in Punaka and celebrated this memorable day with people of the country.In his address, His Majesty the king emphasized the response of the Nation to COVID-19 and the pandemic, and the fact that it has not […]
February 22, 2020 A party was held in Tokyo to celebrate the birthday of His Majesty the 5th King of the Kingdom of Bhutan. The Kingdom of Bhutan Embassy, His Excellency Ambassador Vetsop Namgyel, Special Advisor to Prime Minister, Prof. Pema Gyalpo, Stuffs of Honorary Consulate in of Osaka, Kagoshima of the Kingdom of Bhutan, […]
(Canceled) ”Yak Dance” in East Bhutan (Merak) will appear in “World Intangible Cultural Heritage Festival 2020”
Six groups from five continents in the world (Europe, Americas, Africa, Asia, Oceania) are invited to the event, centering on the entertainments listed in the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Representative List, and from Merak, eastern part of the Kingdom of Bhutan. Yak dance will be performed. For details, please check the official website and Tokyo […]