Japanese adore Egypt’s civilization, wish for tourism return after COVID: Japan’s Amb.

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Mon, 03 May 2021 - 03:01 GMT

Japanese Ambassador to Egypt Masaki Noke - Photo by Nourhan Magdi /Egypt Today

Japanese Ambassador to Egypt Masaki Noke - Photo by Nourhan Magdi /Egypt Today

CAIRO – 3 May 2021: The Japanese Ambassador to Egypt Masaki Noke expressed his admiration for the Egyptian antiquities across governorates.

 

This came at the end of Ambassador Noke’s three-day visit to Luxor, which hosts two-thirds of the world’s monuments especially in Luxor.

 

“Whom who never visited Luxor and Egypt’s archaeological artifacts there, did not enjoy his life,” Ambassador Noke said.

 

Ambassador Noke wished the return of Japanese tourism to Egypt, the country of safety, security and prosperity, and to flow to archaeological sites again as soon as the Coronavirus pandemic ends.

 

“Japanese of all sects adore the majestic Egyptian civilization,” the Japanese ambassador emphasized.

 

During the first day of his visit to Luxor, the Japanese ambassador saw the Valley of Kings and Queens, the Deir el-Bahari area, the Colossi of Memnon, the City of Workers, Queen Nefertari, and the beautiful Queen Hatshepsut on the western mainland.

 

On the second day, the Japanese ambassador visited the temple of Dendara, and in the evening, he watched the Sound and Light Show on the sacred lake in the historical temples of Karnak.

 

On the third day, the ambassador visited the Temple of Karnak and Luxor, and the Mummification Museum.

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