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4-7-24 (ne 4724) Kitashinagawa,
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140-0001 Tokyo
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Due to relocation of the Embassy premises as well as the coming holidays in Japan, Consular Office of the Embassy will accept urgent cases in the period from 15 April till 7 May 2019. 

Phone:  + 813 / 3447-35-71, 3447-35-72 Directions/Map
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E-mail: embassy.tokyo@mfa.rs Honorary Consulates
web: http://www.tokyo.mfa.gov.rs  

 


 
 
 
Ambassador Glišić's interview in "Shukan Shincho" magazine (28 March 2019)

Magazine in Japanese language "Shukan Shincho" published in it's April issue an interview about Serbian cuisine with Ambassador Nenad Glišić  in the section "Tasting food from around the world".

"Serbia as a country with wonderful nature, where agriculture has long been the main industry, can be said to be a gourmet's paradise. We are proud of our meat, pork in particular, and of our wines too. By their quality, our cheeses can compete with best Italian cheeses. I am convinced that the Japanese will love them", ambassador Glišić said.

"Shukan Shincho" is a weekly published since 1956 and sold across Japan. It has a circulation of around 500,000 copies.


Serbian Music Festival at the Embassy (15 March 2019)

World Piano Teachers Association Japan/WPTA, with support from Association for musical cooperation Serbia-Japan and Japan-Serbia Sociate, held Serbian Music Festival at the Embassy on 15 March 2019. 

As a part of the Festival, an auditon was held with Ms. Keiko Naoe and Ms. Yoko Naka performing piano works by Serbian composer Aleksandar S. Vujić  (1945-2017), with a possibility for one of them to participate at the World Piano Conference in Novi Sad this year.

President of WPTA Ms. Rika Fukuda (piano), president of the Association Ms. Etusko Tsunozaki (violin) and Ms. Eriko Hayakawa (piano) dressed in Serbian national costumes held a recital perfroming works of Aleksandar S. Vujić, Isidor Bajić, Milenko Živković and Kornelije Stanković, as well as some of the famous compositions from Serbia, including Tamo daleko. Works by Franz List (Love Dream, with participation of soprano Ms. Yukari Tsukamura) and Johann Strauss II (The Blue Danube) were also performed. 

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Painting of Marijana Anđelić at the biggest art event in Japan (7-11 March 2019)

The biggest international art event in Japan Art Fair Tokyo 2019 held in Tokyo in the program World Art Tokyo presented works of artists from 31 countries recommended by their embassies in cooperation with organisers. From Serbia the work of Marijana Anđelić "Lepo hodi"  (mineral pigments on Japanese paper washi) was presented.

 

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