The program providing a number of interesting experience activities is a meaningful gift for children and others, especially Japanese culture-lovers.

At a Wagashi cake-making class

It is also among activities towards the 50th anniversary of the establishment of Vietnam-Japan diplomatic ties launched by the museum, contributing to enhancing the understanding about Japanese culture, and tightening the friendship and solidarity between the two countries.

The highlight of the program is the display of 108 traditional Japanese dolls of different sizes, such as 12 zodiac animals, and fairy character dolls...

Apart from dolls, the program also introduces Kimono, Japan's national costume and Ikebana, a traditional Japanese art form of flower arrangement that has a history dating back to the 7th century.

The program also includes a display space with a collection and interesting traditional Japanese toys such as: Kendama, Koma, Hanetsuki, and Tako.

Visitors can join other interesting activities, including trying on Yukata costumes, taking photos at Japanese cultural spaces, tasting Japanese food through Wagashi cake-making class and testing their skills in a flower arrangement class.

The program will last until June 14.

Translated by Chung Anh