Speaking at the opening ceremony, director of Da Nang Museum, Huynh Dinh Quoc Thien said that the event aims to strengthen cultural exchange and friendship between the two countries.
It will become one of the museum’s annual events, building a bridge between students of Vietnam and regional countries. The museum of the central coastal city of Da Nang will also organize cultural exchanges among ASEAN member-states, including Thailand, Singapore, Cambodia and Vietnam.
The festival introduced a series of traditional cultural activities and performances from Japan to local residents and tourists, such as performances of Vietnamese and Japanese traditional costumes , Japanese tea ceremony, the traditional Japanese cuisine, the art of origami—folding paper, folk games, flashmob performance and among.
The festival will become one of the museum’s annual events.
Japanese students teach Vietnamese children to do calligraphy.
Origami workshop attracts many people.