Cambodia Festival 2017

Royal Embassy of Cambodia in Japan, Cambodian Community in Japan and Cambodian Students Associations in cooperation with the Ministry of Tourism of Cambodia held the “Cambodia Festival 2017” on 3-4 May 2017 at Yoyogi Park in Tokyo, Japan, with a great success.

The Festival was aimed at raising awareness of Japanese people and tourists about Cambodian culture and custom through the introduction of Khmer traditional dances, songs, various products and food tasting.

The Cambodia Festival 2017 was participated by Japanese dignitaries, such as H.E. Mr. Hisayuki Fujii, Parliamentary Vice-Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism and H.E. Mr. Kenji Kitahashi, Mayor of Kitakyushu City.  

 

 

 

The “Seminar on Promotion and Attraction of Japanese Visitors to Cambodia: Kingdom of Wonder”

The Royal Embassy of Cambodia in Japan with the support of the ASEAN- Japan Center organized the “Seminar on Promotion and Attraction of Japanese Visitors to Cambodia: Kingdom of Wonder” on 31st March 2017 at the Embassy in Tokyo.

There were approximately 120 participants in the Seminar, most of them coming from Japanese tour companies.

H.E. Ambassador Chea Kimtha delivered welcoming remarks and updated the Cambodia-Japan relations, the current development of Cambodia, such as political and economic situation, and tourism sector in Cambodia.

The Further awareness and promotion of Khmer culture and custom, and tourism potentials in Cambodia were made through the slides presentation in order to attract Japanese visitors to Cambodia, Kingdom of Wonder.

The Embassy also prepared and introduced Khmer food to the participants in the seminar.

The Cambodia Network Gathering 2017

On 15th March 2017, the Royal Embassy of Cambodia in Japan in cooperation with ASEAN-Japan Center organized the “Cambodia Network Gathering” at the ASEAN-Japan Center Hall.

There were about 200 participants from the Japanese companies attending this important event.

In the Gathering, H.E. Ambassador Chea Kimtha delivered welcome remarks, sharing the updates of current development of Cambodia, such as political and economic situation, and investment and business opportunity in Cambodia.

Mr. Masataka Fujita, Secretary General of ASEAN-Japan Center, H.E. Mr. Yuji Kumamaru, Former Ambassador of Japan to Cambodia and a representative from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, and H.E. Mr. Fumiaki Takahashi, Former Ambassador of Japan to Cambodia and President of Japan-Cambodia Association, graced the event with their respective remarks about the current development of Cambodia.

Besides, Mr. Motoya Okada, President, Group CEO, AEON Co., Ltd, was present in the Gathering to make impressions of investment environments in Cambodia.   

The Introductory Reception of Cambodia Festival 2017

On 10 March 2017, H.E. Ambassador Chea Kimtha presided over the Introductory Reception of Cambodia Festival 2017 at the Embassy, which will be held on 3-4 May 2017 at Yoyogi Park, Tokyo, Japan.

The purposes of the Reception are to express thanks to Japan companies who sponsored Cambodia Festival 2016 and request their continuous sponsorship as well as appeal to the new companies to support Cambodia Festival 2017 for a great success.

There were more than 100 guests from Japanese Companies. Representatives from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan also attended on that occasion.

អំពីតម្លៃសន្ទស្សន៍ប្រាក់ម៉ោងការងារនៅតាមបណ្តាខេត្តនានានៅក្នុងប្រទេសជប៉ុន

ស្ថានឯកអគ្គរាជទូតកម្ពុជា ប្រចាំប្រទេសជប៉ុនមានកិត្តិយសសូមជំរាបជូនព័ត៌មាន ដល់បងប្អូនពលរដ្ឋខ្មែរដែលជាកម្ម​សិក្សាការីកំពុងទទួលបានការបណ្តុះបណ្តាលនៅតាមបណ្តារោងចក្រ​ សហគ្រាស កសិដ្ឋាន និងក្រុមហ៊ុននានា នៅប្រទេសជប៉ុន អោយបានជ្រាបអំពីតម្លៃសន្ទស្សន៍ប្រាក់ម៉ោងការងារនៅតាមបណ្តាខេត្តនានានៅក្នុងប្រទេសជប៉ុន ។

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