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Cultural & Press Division

Spirit of Budo
  On 9 December 2014 to 12 January 2015, Embassy of Japan organized Spirit of Budo at the National museum.
  Japan Festival  
  On 8 November 2014, Embassy of Japan organized The 6th Japan festival.

Press Tour -Awash Bridge-
On 03 July 2014, Embassy of Japan organized Press Tour.


  The order of the Handover Ceremony of a Japanese Hanging Scroll
On 7 May 2014, Embassy of Japan organized Hand over Ceremony at the Presidential Palace.
Press Tour -Telavi Bridge and Rural road in Wuchale woreda-
On 14 March 2014, Embassy of Japan organized Press Tour.
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Study in Japan

*Please contact the Cultural & Press Division for any inquiries on 0115-511088 ext: 245

Scholarship Information

new Scholarship Application for 2019
Study in Japan Comprehensive Guide
  Study in Japan
  This Web site is produced and operated by the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs and is a site that provides comprehensive information regarding studying in Japan.
Alumuni Association "JEAS" Japan Ethiopia Almuni Association established
JEAS 1st General Assembly
The purpose of this association is to encourage exchanges among the members, to advance grassroots friendship between Japanese and Ethiopian people and to promote culture between the two peoples.

The members of this association shall be anyone who has studied in Japan with the Monbukagakusho Scholarship or the equivalent, or served in the Ethiopian Embassy in Japan.

If an applicant does not fit this category, the General Assembly shall decide membership based upon the recommendation of the Board.
  Interview with former MEXT scholar(Ato Lulseged)
  JEAS 2nd General Assembly was held
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Cultural Grant Assistance

Grant Asssitance for Cultural Grassroots Project (GCGP) provides non-refundable financial assistance to support the implementation of cultural and higher education projects conducted by non-profit organizations (including non-governmental organizations (NGOs), local authorities, research and higher education institutions, etc.) that are active at the grass-roots level in developing countries.
GCGP directly supports the promotion of culture and higher education at the grass-roots level in each country, while also acting as cooperation which encourages understanding of and cultural exchanges with Japan. Please click here to get further information>>>>>

【The Project for the Improvement of the Japanese Language Learning Equipment of Mekelle University】
An inauguration ceremony for the Project to Supply Language Laboratory Equipment and Learning Materials to the Japanese Language Unit at Mekelle University (12 November 2011)
The Project for the Improvement of the Japanese Language Learning Equipment at Mekelle University (signed on.....)
【Cultural Grant】
Ambassador Kishino celebrates completion of hominid research related facilities  (28 February 2012)
Japan donates Equipment for Hominid Fossil related facilities to the National Museum
The Japanse Unit at Mekelle University , students learning Japanse with the assistace of the Language Laboratory.
Currently about 200 students (as of April 2011) are taking the Japanese Language Course at the university
National Museum, safes, shelves and equipment donated through Cultural Grant Assistance
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UNESCO World Heritage in Japan

Japan ratified the Convention Concerning the Protection of World Cultural and Natural Heritage in 1992 and has been taking an active part in the preservation effort of its natural and cultural heritage sites. As of January 2008, Japan has 11 cultural heritage sites and 3 natural heritage sites.
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about Japan

Calendar Pictures from Japan
Pictures National Holidays and Annual Events of Japan
Publications List of publications available at the Embassy
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