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...

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 --...

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...

IKEA Store in Japan Now Selling Greek Moussaka

The citizens of the city of Misato, Japan now have the opportunity to enjoy Greek moussaka sold at the city's IKEA store. The Swedish chain...

Greeks Gather in Tokyo to Celebrate Christmas

The Greek community in Japan recently came together to celebrate Christmas at a festive party hosted by the groups ''Greeks of Japan'' and the...

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...

Greek Community Marks Epiphany in Japan

Members of the Greek community in Japan celebrated Epiphany at a beach in the southern prefecture of Okinawa on Sunday. GreeceJapan.com reports that the liturgy...

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...

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...
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Japanese Elementary Students Sing the Greek National Anthem

Watch these Japanese elementary school students singing the Greek National Anthem to welcome the Greek athletes that were participating in their city's Marathon.