Greek in Japan

Greek Innovation Presented to Japanese Market

The Hellenic Semiconductor Industry Association, under the initiative, Σynergies, Connecting Changemakers,  organized a business delegation of hi-tech companies to visit Tokyo from Oct. 1-5....

Greek Film ‘Little Land’ Travels To Japan

The film “Little Land”, which is dedicated to the Greek island of Ikaria, after winning two awards at the 15th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival, the...

High Revenues from Olive Oil Exports to Japan

According to statistical data released by the Japanese Ministry of Finance, Greek olive oil exports to Japan in 2012 reached 385 million yen (2.8...

147 Ancient Greek Artifacts to Travel to Japan

A major temporary exhibition, entitled “The Golden Legend,” will be held at the National Museum of Western Art in Tokyo and two other venues in Japan...

Tokyo Honors Nikos Kazantzakis

The Greece-Japan Center in cooperation with the International Society of Friends of Nikos Kazantzakis and the Japan-Greece Society have organized an event for May...

Greek Ceramic Treasures Display in Tokyo

The tenth Louvre - DNP Museum Lab presentation in Tokyo invites visitors to discover the art of Ancient Greece's civilization, which had a significant...

Greek Architect Wins Gardening World Cup in Japan

While some people dream of winning the football the basketball world cups, Konstantina Stara claimed the most prestigious award in Japan's gardening realm. Stara won the gold...

Tokyo Wins Race to Host 2020 Olympics

Tokyo was chosen to host the 2020 Summer Olympics on Saturday, beating Istanbul and Madrid at the International Olympic Committee’s general session in Buenos...

Lafcadio Hearn: The Greek National Poet of Japan

Lafcadio Hearn, known also by the Japanese name Koizumi Yakumo, was an international writer best known for his presentation of Japan and its culture in the...

Greeks of Japan: A Worldwide Phenomenon

One of the most populated countries in the world is Japan. With about 127 million people, it’s hard to get around. It’s even harder...