Ambassador Hiramatsu’s interaction with youngsters

To encourage “People-to-People exchange”, Ambassador Hiramatsu is eager to meet and interact with youth, not only those coming from Japan, but also Indians who are studying Japanese language, as well as those who are involved Japanese Studies. Here, we will show you some examples during this last August and September.


Ambassador Hiramatsu visited the Department of East Asian Studies, Delhi University, and made a special lecture regarding Indo-Japan relationship followed by an interaction with the audience. Ambassador answered various questions from the audience and encouraged the students and young researchers in their studies on Japan (on 22nd August, 2016).




Ambassador Hiramatsu received at his residence a courtesy call by Japanese participants of the Japan-India Students’ Conference (20th Session) (on 30th August, 2016).



Ambassador Hiramatsu received at his residence a courtesy call by members of the Ritaku-kai (Takushoku University) Foreign Visit Mission (on 1st September, 2016).



Ambassador Hiramatsu attended the opening ceremony of a new classroom of NEC Japanese Language Academy, and made an inaugural address to encourage those who have a relationship with this academy. NEC Japanese Language Academy will start the Japanese language training not only for cadet of NEC interpretation team but also for young Engineering students/graduates (on 15th
September, 2016).




Ambassador Hiramatsu received at his residence a courtesy call by the participants of a study tour organized by the SWADOM, Osaka University (on 16th September, 2016).


Ambassador Hiramatsu visited the Centre for Japanese Studies, SLL&CS, JNU, and made a special lecture regarding Indo-Japan relationship, followed by an interaction with the audience. Ambassador encouraged students and young researchers to visit Japan and expressed his appreciation to those who are learning Japanese Language (on 29th September, 2016).



Ambassador Hiramatsu visited the Centre for East Asian Studies, SIS, JNU, and made a special lecture regarding Indo-Japan relationship, followed by an interaction with the audience. The interaction continued beyond the appointed time, since many questions were asked. Ambassador expressed his expectation that research on Japan from various aspects would be conducted by the young researchers (on 29th
September, 2016).