Through the event, Bac Giang province will organise a programme aimed at planting cherry trees and holding cultural exchanges between Vietnam and Japan at the Tay Yen Tu spiritual-ecological tourist area.

The scheme is part of a wider series of activities aimed at marking the 50th anniversary of the original establishment of diplomatic relations between the nation and Japan.

Furthermore, visitors will have the opportunity to experience a peach garden through augmented reality (AR) technology, enjoy viewing Japanese Yosakoi dancing and Vietnamese folk songs, trying on traditional Japanese and Vietnamese costumes, as well as sampling typical Japanese and Bac Giang cuisine at the function.

Moreover, there will be pavilions set up to introduce the one Commune One Product (OCOP) products of the Vietnamese locality.

The highlight of Vietnam-Japan cultural exchange will be a ceremony held to receive 10 large and 110 small cherry blossom trees which have been donated by representatives of the Japan – Vietnam Friendship Association.

Since 2015, the Japan – Vietnam Friendship Association in Chukyo region has presented Bac Giang province with more than 700 cherry blossom trees.