Embassy of Japan in Kenya



Embassy of Japan in Kenya also has been accredited to Eritrea, Seychelles and Somalia

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Ambassador Takata visits Kibera Slum, prior to the first anniversary of Japan’s earthquake

On 23rd February, Ambassador Takata visited MAGOSO (*) primary school in the Kibera slum. The purpose of the visit is to express appreciation to the pupils who held a prayer meeting and sung an encouraging song for the victims of the earthquake and ensuing tsunami immediately after the disaster which hit Japan on 11th March last year. Pupils presented a song they sung in the last year’s prayer meeting, they also introduced a song they recently made to pray for Japan’s reconstruction. At the end of the visit, Ambassador gave some gifts in the form of stationary to the representatives.

Statement of appreciation by Ambassador

Pupils praying and singing a song they sung last year for the victims

A newly made song presented: :such encouraging messages as ”Japan forward”, “Great People” are written in the flags made from paper in their hands

Gifts passed to the representatives