Iakob Gogebashvili School to Host Reps of Japan Embassy
04 March, 2011

Iakob Gogebashvili School will host representatives of Embassy of Japan in Kiketi .
As InterPressNews was told by representative of Iakob Gogebashvili School Tinatin Khorbaladze, the event aims at introducing their pupils with the Japanese culture.
Junko Kamohara - spouse of ambassador of Japan to Georgia, Japanese culture attaché and other collaborators of the embassy are among the guests. Minister of Education and Science of Georgia Dimitry Shashkin, deputy chair of the Minister Akaki Seperteladze and other officials of the Ministry

are invited to the event.
Two major aspects of Japanese culture will be highlighted: Origami (traditional Japanese art of paper folding) and shodō (Japanese calligraphy).