In Photos: Egyptian students of Japanese language hosted at Japan ambassador residence

Reham El-Adawi , Monday 6 May 2024

The Third Japanese Evening, an exchange event with Egyptian university students studying Japanese, was held at the residence of the Japanese Ambassador to Egypt Oka Hiroshi in Garden City, on 30 April.

Japanese ambassador to Egypt Oka Hiroshi addresses Egyptian students at his residence (photo credit of Japan embassy)


Asano Takuji, president of the Egyptian-Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Professor Hassan Kamal Harb, Head of the Japanese Language Department at Cairo University, and Marwa Kamal, a graduate of the Department of Japanese Language and Literature at Cairo University and a project manager in the Hitachi Egypt office were guests of honour at the event.

Japanese language students from Ahram-Canadian University, Cairo University, Ain Shams University, MUST University, Galala University, Al Azhar University, and Banha University, enlivened the evening with short sketches, songs, and dance performances in addition to original Manga artworks.

"This evening made us feel that the circle of communication through the Japanese language is expanding more and more. We hope this event will help connect Egyptians learning Japanese with one another and motivate them," said the Japanese ambassador.

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