TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Twenty one sports-related officials are scheduled to visit Japan from October 29th to November 6th as part of the Japan’s Friendship Ties Programs “JENESYS 2019” promoted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA).
The group will visit Tokyo and Ehime Prefecture to have opportunities of international exchange under the theme of “Sports and Olympics”. In Tokyo, they will have a theme-related lecture, and visit facilities which are related to the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020. In Ehime, they will visit Ehime Prefectural government office and its facilities, which is certified as the Host Town of Malaysia for the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020, and will communicate with the stakeholders. The program aims to deepen their understanding of Japanese initiatives on Sports and Olympics and promote friendship between Japan and Malaysia.
Through this program, we hope it ties the relationship between Japan and Malaysia and the participants in this program will proactively share the appeals of Japan and other information after returning to Malaysia.
For reference: Japan Exchange Program JENESYS 2019
People with the ability and future mission to deliver messages between Japan and the countries and regions of Asia and Oceania are invited and dispatched in order to promote an understanding of Japan with regard to politics, economics, society, culture, history, foreign policy, and the like, and pro-Japanese people and experts on Japan are discovered in order to strengthen Japan’s message to other countries and expand Japan’s diplomatic foundation by having the guests and dispatches take the initiative to spread information about the diplomatic stance, appeals, and other facets of Japan.
Tuesday, October 29
Wednesday, October 30
[Theme: Lecture on the relationship between Japan and ASEAN] ASEAN-JAPAN Center
[Theme-related Lecture] Nippon Sport Science University, International Center
Thursday, October 31
[Theme-related observation] Tokyo Yonex Showroom / Japan Olympic Museum
Friday, November 1
[Move] Move to Ehime Prefecture
[Theme: Japanese Culture•Regional Revitalization] Matsuyama Castle, Echigo Onsen
[Courtesy Call] Ehime Prefectural Government Office
Saturday, November 2
[Theme-related observation] Ehime Budokan (Martial Arts Stadium), [Lecture] Sunrize Itoyama
[Theme: Japanese Technology] Kirousan
Sunday, November 3
[Move] Move to Tokyo
[Theme: Japanese History and Culture] Imperial Palace, Asakusa
Monday, November 4
[Theme-related observation] The Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 Stadium
(Athletes Village, Facilities in Ariake area, Olympic Aquatics Centre, New National Stadium)
[Theme-related observation] Volunteer’s Workshop (Yoyogi Olympic Center)
[Theme-related lecture] Lecture on Volunteer activities for Olympics/Paralympics
Tuesday, November 5
Wednesday, November 6