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It is an honour to have participated these days in the meeting organised by Eu Japan fest in Tokyo to present some of the most interesting Japanese artists to all the European capitals of culture.

Once again this year, Eu japan fest, like every year, in occasion of the General Committee meeting is organising a meeting in Tokyo to compare all the European capitals of culture in order to strengthen the network of cities, but also to present the projects of the European capitals of culture to Japanese artists.

With the support of EuJapan fest, three photo exhibitions linking two European cities and Japan are running until 29 February: Tartu, European Capital of Culture 2024; Wroclaw, European Capital of Culture 2016; and Matsudo, Japan.

Through the online platform Meet Up Ecoc! initiated by EuJapan Fest, European cultural capitals can get to know the profiles and contacts of numerous qualified Japanese artists available for their cultural grogrammes. Let's get to know them too.

As part of the 'Perspectives of Japan: Art Books' section of the Kaunas 2022 cultural programme, the photographic exhibition of Japanese artist Mari Katayama, realised with the support of Eu Japan fest, was presented a few days ago.

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