Kazantzakis Translated Into Japanese

The works of Nikos Kazantzakis, Report to Greco and Alexis Zorbas, will be translated into  Japanese, as it was announced by the International Society...

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...

Ancient Coins Bearing Byzantine Emperor Constantine the First Found in Japan

Ancient coins minted during the era of the first Byzantine Empire were found in the excavations of ancient castle ruins in Okinawa, Japan. According to...

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...
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Japan Beats Cyprus 1-0 in Friendly Soccer Match [VIDEO]

By Kinthia Ktena The Cyprus national football team won the applause of Japan in their international friendly match in Saitama with 65,000 people in the...

Greece Goes After Japanese Tourists

Greek Tourism Minister Olga Kefaloyianni is eying Japan as a source of more visitors and talked about it in a meeting with Chairman of...

Japanese Band Plays Greek Tsifteteli Song (video)

A Japanese band, called Pyramidos, has captured the attention of thousands of YouTube users with its take of a popular Greek tsifteteli song called...

Japanese Giant Helps Santorini Wine Expand to Asian Market

Greek winery Tsantali has expanded into the Asian market in a deal with Japanese food and beverage giant Suntory. The first orders of Tsantalis’ wine...

Revisiting Greek Tragedy on the Modern Stage

The community "Greeks of Japan," a website created to unite the Greeks and people interested in Greece and live in Japan, is organizing a...

Greek Axiom by Socrates on Hiroshima Peace Bell Remains Relevant Today

The Greek axiom by Socrates, ΓΝΩΘΙ ΣΑΥΤΟΝ ("Know thyself"), inscribed on the Hiroshima Peace Bell, remains relevant today, 74 years after the first nuclear...