Interviewed by Isao Tokuhashi
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The new interview series called “Voice of the Day” started! It celebrates each national day in the world through the interview.
The first episode is brought to you from Zimbabwe, which celebrates the independence of the country from the United Kingdom on April 18. In commemoration of the day, we asked the Embassy of Zimbabwe for an interview and received answers from the Ambassador of the Republic of Zimbabwe.
Q1. Where is your embassy located in Tokyo?
The Embassy of Zimbabwe is located at 9-10 Shirokanedai 5-Chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo. *Map
Q2. What are the appealing things about Zimbabwe?
Zimbabwe offers great tourist attractions like the Victoria Falls, Matopos Granite Hills, Hwange National Park, Mana Pools (Safari Camp) Park, Gonarezhou National Park; all with abundant wildlife, elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard, rhinoceros and many more. It has many world class hotels and lodges.
It’s a peaceful country, good climate, loving people, great investment opportunities, literate population.
Q3. Do you have any message from you to our readers? If so, let us share it with them.
Zimbabwe is a peaceful country with great tourist attractions; the Victoria Falls, Matopo Granite Hills, Lake Kariba, Mana Pools (Safari Camp) Park, Hwange National Park, Gonarezhou National Park, Great Zimbabwe “Stone City”.
Zimbabwe and Japan enjoy cordial relations and thus Zimbabwe offers great investment opportunities to Japan in the tourism, mining, energy, agriculture, manufacturing, beneficiation and ICT sectors.
Zimbabwe uses international currencies, the Yen included and this makes visiting Zimbabwe easy. Visa is available on arrival.
JOV, Japan Overseas Volunteers, are in Zimbabwe and cooperation between the two countries is set to grow following the recent visit by President Robert G. Mugabe to Japan at the end of March 2016.
Zimbabwe has a temperate pleasant climate, with hospitable people. Come to Zimbabwe and experience the hospitality and cuisines unique to Zimbabwe.