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Tasting at Japan Olive Oil Prize

(by Pablo Voitzuk) This year I was invited again to be a member of the judging panel for the new edition of the Japan Olive Oil Prize. This is an olive oil competition which takes place annually in Tokyo. It is organized by the Italian Chamber of Commerce in the city.
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Delivering dreams

Two Italians were out for a ride to show our world’s children that dreams still do come true. Along with them, and sponsored by FCA Japan Ltd., Schenker-Seino was helping to deliver dreams.
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Italian Beer, a market in ferment

When thinking of Italy and its excellencies in food and beverage, beer may not be the first thing that comes to mind, but the country can boast one of the most interesting and growing production markets in the world.
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Rethinking Tokyo towards 2020

Kengo Kuma is a globally acclaimed, contemporary Japanese architect. His name became even more widespread since the Kengo Kuma & Associates was chosen to design Tokyo's Olympic Stadium for the 2020 games.
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Amazon launches “Made in Italy” artisan crafts online store in Japan

​Starting June 10th, 2016, customers can buy high quality, refined products made by Italian artisans through an in-store shop: “Made in Italy store” ( The initiative will allow customers to continue their shopping experience after a trip to Italy, or to discover the vast range of top quality products crafted by skillful Italian masters.
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50,000 People in Tokyo for “Italia, Amore Mio!”

The massive Italian festival “Italia, Amore Mio!” celebrating Italy in Japan, took place for the first time in central Tokyo and ended today. For two days, Saturday May 28th and Sunday May 29th, Roppongi Hills was filled with the best of Italy –luxury brands, tourism, food and the best of music, including the Italian singer Zucchero, who held a concert in Japan for his first time. The estimated amount of visitors was 25,000 people on Saturday and around 30,000 on Sunday.
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The secret to success for Italians in Japan: Interview with Francesco Bellissimo

On August 25th, 1866, Italy and Japan signed the Treaty of Friendship and Trades which was created to guarantee long lasting peace and good relations. Since then, 150 years have passed and finally this year, many official events both in Italy and Japan will celebrate this important anniversary.

Italia, amore mio! is one of these events and you will be one of the celebrities that will participate. What does Italia, amore mio! mean for you?

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