On March 17, 2017, the symbolic visa stamp of the Embassy of Panama in Japan for the residents of the Minato-ku district came to an end after almost two months of regular visits to the Embasssy.
This initiative was carried out with the collaboration of the Minato district and the tourism company, Japan Travel Bureau (JTB), so that the citizens of the district of Minato can become familiar with the work of the Embassies, and also to promote Panama tourist attractions for the Japanese people. This year, approximately 35 embassies enrolled in the program.
Likewise, citizens of the Minato district had the opportunity to get to know the new offices of the Embassy and Consulate of Panama in Tokyo. 450 citizens of all ages visited the Embassy during a period of almost two months, where they were able to gather information on the different tourist attractions of our country.
In addition, we took the opportunity to publicize the upcoming cultural events of the Embassy, such as the launch of the Mola book, “MOLAS – Dress, Identity, Cuture -” scheduled for April 4, 2017 at the Cervantes Institute in Tokyo as well as The Panama Day on June 25 at the Cultural Center of the Japan International Cooperation Agency.