During the working visit in Japan, advisor to the chair of the National Wine Agency Davit Tkemaladze and director of the Georgian Wine Association Tina Kezeli met with the representatives of the famous exposition space Terrada Warehouse and Sony Music Communications company.
At the meeting the parties discussed the possibility of organizing Georgian exposition “Georgia – The Cradle of Wine” in Japan. The same exhibition was held in “Cite des Civilisations Du Vin”, Bordeaux, France for 3 months in 2017, where tens of thousands of visitors were able to see Georgian exposition.
Members of the Georgian delegation introduced the detailed concept of the exhibition “Georgia – The Cradle of Wine” to the deputy director of the Terrada Warehouse Riota Kikuchi, the representative of Sony Music Communications Shimeon Sato and the president of the Wine Import Consultation Company Vataru Ivamoto. The meeting touched upon the adaptation of expositions to the exhibition space, as well as financial and technical support.
Davit Tkemaladze invited Riota Kikuchi, Shimeon Sato and Vataru Ivamoto to get acquainted with the history of Georgian culture and winemaking.
Georgian side discussed the possibilities of holding exposition “Georgia – The Cradle of Wine” and other thematic events with the representatives of national museum of Tokyo “Ueno”, the museum “Nezu”, and representatives of “Gakushikaikani” in Japan. Gakushikaikani is the union of Seven national universities (Tokyo, Hokkaido, Tohoku, Nagoya, Kyoto, Osaka, Kyushu).
The decision to hold Georgian exposition “Georgia – Wine Cradle” in Japan will be taken in the nearest future.