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by Chico Chagas
Saturday, Nov. 01, 2008 at 11:33 AM
Tohizo Ido offered the dinner to Requiao and his entourage, as a form of retribute the upheld that he had in Parana in June, when the state came to participate, with the NARUHITO prince, heir to the throne of Japan, to celebrate the centenary of Japanese immigration . He told the governor that in his visit, was impressed with the
The governor of the province of Hyogo, Japan, Tohizo Ido, told brazilian Paraná State´ Governor Roberto Requiao that the city of Kobe will have a reception center to brazilians. The venue was the building that housed the Japanese who left for Brazil 100 years ago on the ship Kasato Maru. The announcement came during dinner this Friday (31), in Kobe. According to official estimates, 313 thousand Brazilians, a good portion of them of Parana, live and work there. Requiao will open, tomorrow, the exhibition "The path united by art," with 70 works by artists from Parana at the museum of art of Hyogo.
According Requiao, the good relationship between the two peoples and governments start with the good personal relationship between the rulers and cultural relations. "The cultural and personal relationships enable the strengthening of other relationships such as trade," said the governor.
Tohizo Ido offered the dinner to Requiao and his entourage, as a form of retribute the upheld that he had in Parana in June, when the state came to participate, with the NARUHITO prince, heir to the throne of Japan, to celebrate the centenary of Japanese immigration . He told the governor that in his visit, was impressed with the seamless integration of descendants of Japanese to Brazilian society. "Did not think the Japanese have roots so deep in Brazil," said Ido.
RETRIBUTION - The governor of Hyogo said to Requiao that in his visit to Paraná, was very happy to see the exhibition "Art of Japan: from modern to contemporary," which was presented at the Museum Oscar Niemeyer, as part of the celebrations. He says the exhibition which starts in Kobe now with the artists Parana is also a way to return the space given to Japanese artists at that time.
Requiao said to Toshizo Ido Hyogo that he feels "at home". He pointed out that was the first time in the province, when he was mayor of Curitiba in the 80s. At the time, he visited Himegi, sister-city of Curitiba. Since then, he was sometimes in Kobe, the capital of the province, and has always been received warmly. This time, according to the governor, happiness to be in Kobe is redoubled, to be accompanied by the artists participating in the exhibition that opens Saturday.
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