YEREVAN. – A Japanese tea ceremony was held Thursday in Yerevan, the capital city of Armenia.
The event brought together Japanese Ambassador Eiji Taguchi—who welcomed those present in Armenian, as well as representatives of embassies plus university students and journalists.
Master of Japanese tea ceremony Midori Yamada hosted this event.
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