The Embassy of Hungary in Japan and the Liszt Hungary Cultural Center have organized the second Hungarian Festival on October 16 in Tokyo. The event was held at Ark Karajan Square, where visitors could immerse in a colorful program ranging from honey and wine tasting to musical concerts and authentic Hungarian folk dances.
The stage program included a panel talk about the importance of honey and the world-famous Hungarian honey, various musicians showcased their talents with performances on the piano, clarinet, violin, and with chorus singing. Visitors have also had the opportunity to get a glimpse into the magical world of Hungarian folklore through the folk dancing performance of the group ‘Odoribe’.
As a cherry on top, participants have also had the chance to have a taste of some Hungarian Goulash soup and other Hungarian delights.