TEHRAN.(Iranart) –Iran’s handwoven carpet exhibition, on the sidelines of the Paralympics, opened at the Iranian Embassy in Tokyo on Wednesday and will run for five days.
The show was inaugurated in the presence of the head of the National Paralympic Committee of Iran, Mahmoud Khosravi-Vafa, Iran’s chief of mission at the Tokyo Paralympics, Hadi Rezaei, and Iranian Ambassador to Japan Morteza Rahmani-Movahed, IRNA reported.
Speaking to IRNA, the Iranian envoy referred to ‘Beautiful Iran’ exhibition during the Tokyo Olympics, attracting the attention of Japanese diplomats, associations, lawmakers, and the media.
On the sidelines of ‘Beautiful Iran,’ Japanese officials wrote comments about their trips to Iran and their experiences of learning the Persian language.
The exhibition was held from July 26 to August 6 at the Iranian Embassy in Tokyo to introduce Iranian arts, culture and handicrafts.
The Paralympics, postponed by a year due to the coronavirus pandemic, kicked off in the Japanese capital on August 24, following the conclusion of the Olympic Games.
Source: Iran Daily