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Photos from Embassy of Japan in Singapore's post
29/11/2021

Photos from Embassy of Japan in Singapore's post

11月12日、中央マショナランド州マウンドダーウィン郡における対人地雷の撤去が完了し、住民に土地を引渡す式典が行われ、当館から田中大使が出席しました。日本政府は地雷撤去活動を行う国際協力NGO「ヘイロートラスト」を通じて、平成24年度から草...
24/11/2021

11月12日、中央マショナランド州マウンドダーウィン郡における対人地雷の撤去が完了し、住民に土地を引渡す式典が行われ、当館から田中大使が出席しました。
日本政府は地雷撤去活動を行う国際協力NGO「ヘイロートラスト」を通じて、平成24年度から草の根・人間の安全保障無償資金協力「中央マショナランド州における地雷除去計画」により、ジンバブエにおける地雷撤去活動の支援をしています。詳細は当館HPをご覧ください。
https://www.zw.emb-japan.go.jp/files/100262818.pdf

On 12 November 2021, Ambassador Tanaka attended a ceremony to hand over land cleared of landmines by an international NG...
24/11/2021

On 12 November 2021, Ambassador Tanaka attended a ceremony to hand over land cleared of landmines by an international NGO, The HALO Trust, in Mount Darwin District, Mashonaland Central Province. This handover also coincided with the whole of Mount Darwin District now being officially declared “mine-impact free”, after having been contaminated with landmines for over 40 years. Japan along with other countries has been supporting landmine clearance in the province. For further information on the project, please visit our homepage with the link below:
https://www.zw.emb-japan.go.jp/files/100263152.pdf

~Hanover ceremony of new community assets in Mount Darwin~日本語版は下にあります。On 4 November, Ambassador Tanaka attended a commun...
16/11/2021

~Hanover ceremony of new community assets in Mount Darwin~
日本語版は下にあります。
On 4 November, Ambassador Tanaka attended a community ceremony in Mount Darwin, where Japan, together with WFP and its partners, is supporting vulnerable communities with food assistance, while at the same time they create assets, such as nutrition gardens and weir dams, to make them more resilient in the future.

For more information, please seehttps://www.zw.emb-japan.go.jp/files/100258350.pdf

11月4日、田中大使は、中央マショナランド州マウントダーウィン郡で行われた、WFPを通じたジンバブエ無償資金協力事業の引渡式に出席しました。同事業では、食料支援により脆弱なコミュニティを支援するとともに、農園や堰などの資産の整備を通じて、将来の強靭性の強化に貢献しました。

詳しくは,以下をご覧ください。
https://www.zw.emb-japan.go.jp/files/100257735.pdf

The Tokyo2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games are over, but the Zimbabwe Olympic and Paralympic Team officials sent some he...
12/11/2021

The Tokyo2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games are over, but the Zimbabwe Olympic and Paralympic Team officials sent some heartfelt messages thanking Japan and especially the host town, Minato Ward in Tokyo, for hosting them! Minato Ward also sent messages thanking the Zimbabwe Team for their time with them. We hope the friendship blossoms even more!

https://host-town.jp/htmessage/view/54

Japan's low carbon technology lights up Kenya
07/11/2021
Japan's low carbon technology lights up Kenya

Japan's low carbon technology lights up Kenya

Japan’s expertise in low carbon technology is playing a key role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions worldwide, particularly in developing countries, where such technologies are often out of reach. We take a look at how Kenya is benefitting from Japanese help.

Have a good weekend!
06/11/2021

Have a good weekend!

Good morning!Naena Waterfall, Niigata Prefecture, is scenic in any season.
03/11/2021

Good morning!
Naena Waterfall, Niigata Prefecture, is scenic in any season.

Photos from Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of JAPAN's post
02/11/2021

Photos from Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of JAPAN's post

Happy weekend!🍂 Fall foliage in Yahiko Park, Niigata Prefecture 🍂
30/10/2021

Happy weekend!
🍂 Fall foliage in Yahiko Park, Niigata Prefecture 🍂

Photos from JICA Zimbabwe's post
29/10/2021

Photos from JICA Zimbabwe's post

Good morning!Lake Daigenta, Niigata Prefecture
28/10/2021

Good morning!
Lake Daigenta, Niigata Prefecture

It’s one of the best times of year to walk the trail around the perimeter of Lake Daigenta in Niigata, Japan. Beautiful autumn leaves reflect in the water and dot the shore. 🍂

To celebrate autumn in Japan, when the Japanese maple trees turn beautiful red and orange hues, a "wagashi" (traditional...
27/10/2021
Beautiful autumn leaf ‘crystal candy’ flavoured with various teas are the perfect fall wagashi

To celebrate autumn in Japan, when the Japanese maple trees turn beautiful red and orange hues, a "wagashi" (traditional Japanese sweets) shop in Kyoto is making sweets with autumn colours and shaped like maple leaves.

Each distinct colour has a different flavour assigned to it, and all the flavours are inspired by various teas. There’s hojicha (roasted green tea), apple tea, Earl Grey, darjeeling and matcha (powdered green tea).

Which one would you like to try?

Traditional Japanese sweets aren’t just known for their taste, but also their gorgeous presentation,...

Tea with a view of Tokyo Tower 🗼
26/10/2021

Tea with a view of Tokyo Tower 🗼

Dinner in Tokyo, Japan 🇯🇵

📷 ebi_times

Good morning! Here's wishing you a good week ahead. Do you know about the Zim-SHEP (Zimbabwe Smallholder Horticulture Em...
25/10/2021

Good morning! Here's wishing you a good week ahead.
Do you know about the Zim-SHEP (Zimbabwe Smallholder Horticulture Empowerment and Promotion) project being implemented by JICA Zimbabwe?
It is teaching farmers about market-oriented agriculture, which means changing their minds from just "grow and sell" to "grow to sell". As a part of their training, they need to conduct a survey on the needs of the market and the prices being paid. This was recently carried out in Manicaland province.

Have a good weekend!Arashiyama, Kyoto
23/10/2021

Have a good weekend!
Arashiyama, Kyoto

Autumn foliage season coming soon in Kyoto, Arashiyama.🍂🍁

日本は最近、急に寒くなりましたよ。
Suddenly got cold here in Japan. Last week was hot and now already feel like in the winter! 🥶

Photos from JICA Zimbabwe's post
22/10/2021

Photos from JICA Zimbabwe's post

The Japanese word 'mottainai' has also come to represent the island nation’s environmental awareness and extensive recyc...
21/10/2021

The Japanese word 'mottainai' has also come to represent the island nation’s environmental awareness and extensive recycling systems! One of the more unexpected challenges of living in Japan, rules for recycling vary depending on where you stay.

Typically, there are 5 rubbish categories: combustibles (燃えるゴミ), non-combustibles (燃えないゴミ), recyclables (資源ごみ), plastic bottles (ペットボトル), and large items (粗大ゴミ). Information on how and what to recycle is readily available at local city halls.

Good morning! Ohayo gozaimasu!It's autumn in Japan, and the gingko trees (イチョウの木) have turned yellow! 🍂🍂
20/10/2021

Good morning! Ohayo gozaimasu!
It's autumn in Japan, and the gingko trees (イチョウの木) have turned yellow! 🍂🍂

Giant ginkgo tree during Autumn, Japan 🇯🇵

📷 kaji_nori06

Photos from Consulate General of Japan in Edinburgh's post
19/10/2021

Photos from Consulate General of Japan in Edinburgh's post

Chestnuts are a favorite autumn food in Japan. When walking down shopping streets, you can sometimes smell the delicious...
18/10/2021

Chestnuts are a favorite autumn food in Japan. When walking down shopping streets, you can sometimes smell the delicious aroma of them being roasted.
Known as “kuri” in Japanese, they are sometimes also referred to by the French name of “marron”, particularly when used in Western-style desserts.
Have you tried chestnuts?

Timeline Photos
15/10/2021

Timeline Photos

JICA supports safe railway operation in developing countries together with 🇯🇵Japanese companies

In 1872, Japan's first #railway opened between Shimbashi in Tokyo and Yokohama. To commemorate its birth and development, Oct. 14 was designated as "#RailwayDay" in Japan. The Japanese #RailwaySystem, which will celebrate its 150th anniversary next year, is one of the best #RailwaySystems worldwide in terms of its state-of-the-art technologies, safety, punctuality of operation, and its excellent customer service.

There are many requests from developing countries for support in using Japan's cutting-edge #RailwayTechnologies. Over the past years, JICA has regularly cooperated in projects relating to railways in more than 40 countries around the world, from Indonesia🇮🇩 and the Philippines🇵🇭 in #Asia, to #SouthAmerica and #Africa.

JICA supports construction of railways, and also conducts traffic survey and transport planning related to establishing railways. These include designing #UrbanTransportation master plans, supporting the construction of railways including railway stations, training drivers and conductors, and setting up railway companies.

In this article, JICA’s work for #SafeRailway operation in #India🇮🇳 and #Bangladesh🇧🇩 is introduced:
🔗https://www.jica.go.jp/english/news/field/2021/20211013_02.html

14/10/2021
Photos from Japan Culture Spotlight's post
11/10/2021

Photos from Japan Culture Spotlight's post

Good morning. A ginkgo tree (イチョウの木) avenue, Tochigi Prefecture.
07/10/2021

Good morning. A ginkgo tree (イチョウの木) avenue, Tochigi Prefecture.

Autumn road at Tochigi, Japan 🇯🇵

📷 taurusody

Did you know that plastic straws pollute the rivers and ocean, and are one of the most common types of rubbish found on ...
06/10/2021

Did you know that plastic straws pollute the rivers and ocean, and are one of the most common types of rubbish found on beaches?
A Japanese company has come up with a solution - biodegradable wooden straws made by coiling thin slices of wood into a helical shape.

Himeji Castle (姫路城, Himeji-jō) in the full moon. The castle is frequently known as Hakuro-jō or Shirasagi-jō ("White Egr...
05/10/2021

Himeji Castle (姫路城, Himeji-jō) in the full moon. The castle is frequently known as Hakuro-jō or Shirasagi-jō ("White Egret Castle" or "White Heron Castle") because of its brilliant white exterior and supposed resemblance to a bird taking flight.

¡El castillo Himeji no deja indiferente a nadie! 🤩 😍
Si durante el día nos ofrece unas vistas alucinantes… ¡Por la noche es un espectáculo!
La luz de la luna se refleja sobre el yeso blanco de sus muros, dotando al edificio de un toque misterioso como si de una película se tratase. Se encuentra situado a 32 metros de altura sobre la cumbre del monte Himeyama. ¡Esta es una estampa inolvidable! 🏯

¿Quieres conocer una curiosidad? 🤔 ⁣
Esta fortaleza se construyó con el objetivo de defender la ciudad, por eso, los terrenos que conectan las torres tienen forma de laberintos. ¡Te recomenzamos que vayas acompañado de un mapa! 🗺

Aunque… ¿A quién le importaría perderse en un sitio tan bello?
Descubre la información sobre este espectacular lugar 👉 https://www.japan.travel/es/world-heritage/himeji-jo-castle/

📸 @chikuwa1965

📍 Himeji, prefectura de Hyōgo

#visitjapanes #enjoymyjapan #viajar #japon #japan #naturaleza #explorejpn

Happy Monday!
04/10/2021

Happy Monday!

【Japanese green teas】A cup of tea soothes when we are tired and takes the edge off when we feel restless. There are many...
01/10/2021

【Japanese green teas】
A cup of tea soothes when we are tired and takes the edge off when we feel restless. There are many kinds of green tea in Japan, and each has a calming and healing effect. Each type has its optimum water temperature for brewing the perfect cup. But whatever the type, Japanese green tea is meant to be enjoyed on its own without sugar, milk, lemon, or honey. Follow the steps here for brewing the perfect cup, and take a moment to relax and appreciate the subtle taste and aroma of its liquor.
Gyokuro is the finest of Japanese teas, with complex layers of sweetness and umami. The leaves of its well fertilized bushes are shaded from sunlight before harvest, and only new leaves are picked, to be processed immediately. As gyokuro is high in caffeine, brew with water well below the boiling point at about 65°C. Sip a small amount at a time, rolling it on the tongue before swallowing. For an afternoon treat, serve with sweets that do not overwhelm the tea’s delicate profile, such as mild nerigashi confections made with rice flour and bean paste.
More information about Japanese green teas (Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan)
https://www.maff.go.jp/e/data/publish/attach/pdf/index-151.pdf

30/09/2021

Ohagi (おはぎ) is a popular traditional Japanese sweet. It is made by mashing steamed mochi rice, rolling it into balls, and covering it with red bean paste or roasted soybean flour.

Ohagi is also sometimes called botamochi (牡丹餅). One common theory about this dessert's two names it that is called botamochi in spring, after peonies (牡丹/botan) that bloom in spring, and in autumn, it is named after bush clovers (萩/hagi).

28/09/2021
Sweet Tradition

Sweet potatoes are as popular in Japan as they are in Zimbabwe.
Did you know that in Japan, sweet potatoes are also dried, preserving them and making a sweet treat for the winter. See how they are dried in this video. Why not dry sweet potatoes in Zimbabwe too? 🍠🍠🍠😋

Happy Monday!Namonaki Ike (名もなき池 ), also known as "Monet's Pond", Gifu Prefecture,
27/09/2021

Happy Monday!
Namonaki Ike (名もなき池 ), also known as "Monet's Pond", Gifu Prefecture,

Off the beaten path in Gifu Prefecture, you can find Namonaki Ike (名もなき池 ), also known as "Monet's Pond." This hidden treasure is like a sight out of an impressionist painting where jewel-like Nishiki Koi energetically swim in the pond's cool, clear turquoise water—making you forget the summer heat in an instant!

📸 IG @grand_bleu_12

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11月12日、中央マショナランド州マウンドダーウィン郡における対人地雷の撤去が完了し、住民に土地を引渡す式典が行われ、当館から田中大使が出席しました。 日本政府は地雷撤去活動を行う国際協力NGO「ヘイロートラスト」を通じて、平成24年度から草の根・人間の安全保障無償資金協力「中央マショナランド州における地雷除去計画」により、ジンバブエにおける地雷撤去活動の支援をしています。詳細は当館HPをご覧ください。https://www.zw.emb-japan.go.jp/files/100262818.pdf
On 12 November 2021, Ambassador Tanaka attended a ceremony to hand over land cleared of landmines by an international NGO, The HALO Trust, in Mount Darwin District, Mashonaland Central Province. This handover also coincided with the whole of Mount Darwin District now being officially declared “mine-impact free”, after having been contaminated with landmines for over 40 years. Japan along with other countries has been supporting landmine clearance in the province. For further information on the project, please visit our homepage with the link below:https://www.zw.emb-japan.go.jp/files/100263152.pdf
~Hanover ceremony of new community assets in Mount Darwin~ 日本語版は下にあります。 On 4 November, Ambassador Tanaka attended a community ceremony in Mount Darwin, where Japan, together with WFP and its partners, is supporting vulnerable communities with food assistance, while at the same time they create assets, such as nutrition gardens and weir dams, to make them more resilient in the future. For more information, please seehttps://www.zw.emb-japan.go.jp/files/100258350.pdf 11月4日、田中大使は、中央マショナランド州マウントダーウィン郡で行われた、WFPを通じたジンバブエ無償資金協力事業の引渡式に出席しました。同事業では、食料支援により脆弱なコミュニティを支援するとともに、農園や堰などの資産の整備を通じて、将来の強靭性の強化に貢献しました。 詳しくは,以下をご覧ください。https://www.zw.emb-japan.go.jp/files/100257735.pdf
The Tokyo2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games are over, but the Zimbabwe Olympic and Paralympic Team officials sent some heartfelt messages thanking Japan and especially the host town, Minato Ward in Tokyo, for hosting them! Minato Ward also sent messages thanking the Zimbabwe Team for their time with them. We hope the friendship blossoms even more! https://host-town.jp/htmessage/view/54
Have a good weekend!
Good morning! Naena Waterfall, Niigata Prefecture, is scenic in any season.
Happy weekend! 🍂 Fall foliage in Yahiko Park, Niigata Prefecture 🍂