The Japanese exhibition "I love Sushi" opens today at the Karvasla Museum

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The exhibition "I Love Sushi" will open today August 12 at 5 p.m. at the Tbilisi Historical Museum "Karvasla." This is one of the events with which the Embassy of Japan celebrates the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Japan and Georgia.

The exhibition will last until September 14. Before coming to Georgia, the exhibition visited several countries around the world. 

UNESCO has declared sushi, the most popular Japanese dish in the world, an intangible heritage of world culture.

The exhibition will feature a simulation of visiting a sushi restaurant in Japan.

The embassy is confident that the exhibition will appeal to both "people who haven't heard much about sushi" and fans of this food.

Visitors of the exhibition will learn how sushi appeared in its original form in Japan, and what changes they have undergone, merging with the natural environment, culture and lifestyle of specific places.

The exhibition also introduces "today's wonderful sushi culture" and makes us "think about the future potential of sushi" as a modern food, the embassy notes.

"We hope that through sushi the exhibition will help to learn more about the history and customs of Japan," the embassy said in a statement.

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The Japanese exhibition "I love Sushi" opens today at the Karvasla Museum

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Read: 377     14:00     12 Август 2022    

The exhibition "I Love Sushi" will open today August 12 at 5 p.m. at the Tbilisi Historical Museum "Karvasla." This is one of the events with which the Embassy of Japan celebrates the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Japan and Georgia.

The exhibition will last until September 14. Before coming to Georgia, the exhibition visited several countries around the world. 

UNESCO has declared sushi, the most popular Japanese dish in the world, an intangible heritage of world culture.

The exhibition will feature a simulation of visiting a sushi restaurant in Japan.

The embassy is confident that the exhibition will appeal to both "people who haven't heard much about sushi" and fans of this food.

Visitors of the exhibition will learn how sushi appeared in its original form in Japan, and what changes they have undergone, merging with the natural environment, culture and lifestyle of specific places.

The exhibition also introduces "today's wonderful sushi culture" and makes us "think about the future potential of sushi" as a modern food, the embassy notes.

"We hope that through sushi the exhibition will help to learn more about the history and customs of Japan," the embassy said in a statement.

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