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....

The Greek Bride Who Brought Classical Music to Far East

Many Greeks know of the "nyfes," women sent by ship to the United States and Australia in the 1930s to marry a man they...

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 Celebrate Easter

By Fay Savvaidis A wonderful party on a beautiful spring day was carried out on Easter, April 15, 2012, in the heart of Tokyo at...

Tokyo Investors Show Interest in Holding Talks with Greece

Investors in the Tokyo stock market will be paying close attention to progress in talks to save Greece from bankruptcy next week, dealers said...

Panos Karan To Give Charity Classical Piano Recital for Disaster Victims of Tohuku

Greek Pianist Panos Karan, currently residing in the U.K., will be visiting Japan on March 16, from 6:30pm to 8:30pm, to give a piano...

Greek Professor of Computational Mechanics of Structures Distinguished by Japanese University of Kyushu

A Greek Professor, Nikos Aravas, specializing in computational mechanics of structures at the Department of Mechanical Engineering in the University of Thessaly, was presented...

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...

Tsolakidis Wins Silver Medal at World Championships

Vassilis Tsolakidis won the silver medal in the Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Tokyo on the 16th of October, ranking second in the parallel...

Greek Atomic Energy Agency Issues List of Precautions for Greeks in Japan

The Greek Atomic Energy Agency considers the nuclear situation in Japan to be declining. Recently the agency has issued a new list of precautions...