Georgian Film Festival Opened in Tokyo
As part of the events dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Georgia and Japan, a Georgian film festival opened in one of the oldest cinemas in Tokyo, Iwanami Hall.
The Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Georgia to Japan, Teimuraz Lezhava addressed the audience.
Teimuraz Lezhava reviewed the successful relations between Georgia and Japan in various fields, including politics, trade, economy, transport, energy and culture.
The ambassador spoke about the ancient culture of Georgia and its uniqueness. He also focused on the centuries-old history of Georgian art.
The Ambassador especially thanked the fans of Georgian culture for organizing the Takehide Harada Festival and the famous Kartvelologist Yasuhiro Kojima for his contribution to the translation of Georgian films into Japanese.
35 Georgian films with original sound and Japanese subtitles will be shown within the festival.