Japanese Food Culture

 Bringing Japanese Food Culture to India   
The Embassy of Japan in India hosts promotional events focused on Japanese food and sake, in order to raise awareness of Japanese food culture, “Washoku”, in India.

Click! Japan Photo Contest

An annual photo contest of Japanese landscapes and scenes is co-organized by the Embassy of Japan in India and the Japan Foundation, New Delhi, which is supported by Canon India and Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) Delhi Office, to promote interest in Japan.

      Calling for Entries
      Online Exhibition 2020
      Online Prize Ceremony
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      Prize Ceremony
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      Prize Ceremony
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      Prize Ceremony
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 Collection of Past Outstanding Works of the Click! Japan Photo Contest


 2017 The Year of Japan-India Friendly Exchanges
          Japan Festival 2017

 2012: 60th Anniversary

 2007: Japan India Friendship Year

 Japan Cultural Month

Recommended Links

 Japan Foundation New Delhi

 Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO)
    JNTO is involved in a broad range of activities, both domestically and worldwide, to encourage international tourists from all over the world to visit Japan.

 Web Japan
    Web Japan was launched with the aim of helping people around the world to get to know more about Japan and the Japanese. The site provides highly reliable information
    on Japan, across many different genres, including culture, sightseeing, society, history, and nature. The content is provided primarily in English, but a portion of the
     site is multilingual.

 Study In JAPAN
    This site is a government-approved information site for studying in Japan, operated by the Japan Student Services Organization in cooperation with the Ministry of Education,
    Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

 Japan International MANGA Award
    The International MANGA Award is established by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan since 2007, for the purpose of expanding international exchange and mutual
     understanding through the MANGA culture, which is widely followed around the world.