The event featured songs, dances, and performances of traditional musical instruments of Japanese people and ethnic groups in the Central Highlands region. The performances praised the land, culture, and people of Vietnam and Japan.
Booths were also installed to introduce typical Japanese dishes and products qualified for the standards of the One Commune-One Product (OCOP) programme, in Buon Ma Thuot City.
Speaking at the programme, Tran Vinh Canh, Chairman of the Vietnam-Japan Friendship Association’s branch in Dak Lak Province emphasised, that the programme aims to strengthen solidarity, friendship and cooperation between the peoples of the two countries.
It was also designed to promote the image of the country, people, and cultures of Japan and ethnic groups in Dak Lak Province, to the participants.
On the occasion, the organiser presented gifts to Japanese delegates attending the programme.