The event, as part of activities marking the 50th anniversary of Vietnam – Japan diplomatic ties, attracted more than 4,000 attendants.
Deputy Consul General of Japan in Da Nang City, Shimonishi Kiyoshi, said the festival had a profound significance for students who are learning Japanese. This was an opportunity for young Vietnamese people to learn about Japanese culture, thereby promoting friendship between the two countries.
The Vietnam – Japan Cultural Exchange Festival reproduced the cultural space and unique cultural identities of the two nations such as Japanese tea space, Origami paper folding art, Vietnamese calligraphy arts and Japanese comics gallery, and the introduction of Ao Dai (Vietnamese traditional long dresses), kimono (Japanese traditional costumes), folk games and traditional festivals.
In addition, an area was arranged to showcase photos highlighting the relations between Dong A University and Japan.
More than 200 students participated in the Yosakoi dance performance at the festival. (Photo: moitruongvadothi.vn)
Meanwhile, the 2022 Japanese Job Fair featured the participation of 12 Japanese enterprises with 651 job positions including nursing, tourism, business administration, construction, electronics, information and technology, automotive engineering technology, nutrition, food technology and Japanese language.
Notably, Dong A University signed strategic cooperation agreements with Japanese partners including Will Group, CUC, Tenshinkai and the Vietnam Japan Cultural and Sports Exchange Association (FAVIJA).
The signing ceremony for agreements between Dong A University and its partners (Photo: moitruongvadothi.vn)