Α Journey to the Land of Immortals; 4,000 Years of Greek Treasures

The largest exhibition that has ever been organized in Japan, will contain Greek showpieces exclusively from Greek museums and will take place in three...

“Aegean” in Tokyo

If gyros, moussaka and tzatziki all sound Greek to you, it’s time to visit The Aegean, Tokyo’s only Greek restaurant, owned and operated by...

A Greek Techy Is Part of the Google Japan Team Improving Maps App

The internationally composed Google Japan unit is always looking for the latest trends and advances in technology. Recently, five techies on the team --...

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...

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...

Japanese Want Venus de Milo In Panties

Japanese residents from the town of Okuizumom are calling on the authorities to dress replicas of the famous statue of Venus de Milo to...

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...

Japanese Heroic Tale During Asia Minor Catastrophe

Yiannis Papadatos, President of the Estia organization in Nea Smyrni, offered an honorary plaque to Japanese Ambassador to Greece, Masuo Nishibayashi, for the assistance of...

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...

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...