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“Japan’s deep heart of respect for Africa and what Africa represents to the world”

日本のマリンファンデーション財団の紹介 (click here)

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Diplomats have always so much to give and teach, but rare are the occasions to meet the executive crowds of Tokyo’s busy streets. The Marine Foundation initiates events that can help dialogues and opportunities using education and celebration to help bridge cultural gaps. Even tonight, I could hardly count on my fingers who knew where Eritrea or Burkina Faso are located in Africa. And yes you have people of the best universities in the world but we still ignore the whereabouts of our neighbors. I am glad we can help if we can. The Ambassadors of Eritrea, Djibouti, Benin and Burkina Faso, inspired us with words of light and I am sure that tonight everyone will have learned something. Also, Counsellers from Cameroon, Mali and Cote d’Ivoire also made the atmosphere one of rejoicing and yes it was not exactly an all Japanese style of event.
Whether business, diplomatic, religious or cultural relations, everything starts with respect for one another. That’s when the heart beats in the realm of absolute respect that good, sustainable relations start to form. I felt just that in the drumming of Camille Johnson and his energetic group. It was something unique to see, Japanese wearing kimonos going round and round just like a Japanese Matsuri Festival. Cross-cultural events should really be lots of fun.

“Japan Global Hospitality Spirit will Shine through Women’s Initiatives”

Conbining Traditional Art with Modern Materials and Techniques

Women Executive Club of Tokyo

EXS – Tokyo

On the outside, the club will represent Japan’s hospitality spirit in 3 forms:

1 – The brands of Japan.
2 – The Kimono and traditions of Japan.
3 – The media production of Japan.

On the inside, the club will represent Global Women’s spirit in 3 forms:

1 – Japan global hospitality spirit through tourism.
2 – The peaceful development of relations through event organization.
3 – The voice of mother earth for the protection of all children through the Marine Foundation’s educational developments

If you are interested in entering your name with a free entrance to the club please write to: exs-tokyo@marinef.org / Women Executive Club of Tokyo


1 世界に向けて価値ある日本ブランド
2 日本の着物や伝統
3 日本の情報を伝達するメディアの制作


1 – 日本の世界的規模のホスピタリティ精神に基づく観光
2 – 平和を構築するイベント
3 – 母なる地球の メッセージであるすべての子ども達を守る為のマリンファンデーションによる教育開発

エグゼクティブ・ウーマン・クラブ東京にご興味がある方は、入会無料でお申込みできます。こちらのメールまで お名前とメールアドレス、連絡先をお送り下さい。exs-tokyo@marinef.org Women Executive Club of Tokyo

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How to wear a kimono in 3 minutes – Presented by Mr.


Jazz living legend came to greet the Ambassadors.


A great thank you to Family and Friends


Yayoi is a Japanese classical Diva. She performed for the Ambassadors.


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Photographer: HIROYUKI TSURUTA: +81 90 8720 7821

All Photos on this page were taken by Professional Photographer Mr. Hiroyuki Tsuruta. Call him!