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PR ends visit to Japan with cultural experience

The last day of the President of the Republic in Japan was dedicated to contact with the culture of Kyoto. In the Japanese city, the head of state visited the Imperial Palace, attended a tea ceremony, among other activities.


"The official visit of the President of the Republic to Japan has come to an end, with today [Wednesday] entirely dedicated to contact with the culture of Kyoto, a city considered the center of Japanese tradition", says CIPRA, in a statement to which VerAngola had access.

The cultural experience began with a visit to the Sento Imperial Palace, which was marked by the moment when the presidential couple sat on the porch of one of the secular houses.

"The journey began with the presidential couple visiting the Sento Imperial Palace and its wide gardens and extensive lakes, marking the passage through the place the moment when João Lourenço and Ana Dias Lourenço sat on the balcony of one of the secular houses of the property to contemplate the effect of the reflection of the gardens in the waters of the lake", adds the note.

In the protocol residence where the head of state was accommodated, the "traditional tea ceremony was held, guided by masters of this ritual of Japanese society that has existed for centuries and has been continuous", as well as a lunch "with the most representative samples of local gastronomy".

According to the statement, João Lourenço arrived at the dining room barefoot, as "tradition dictates followed by generations and generations of diners".



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