Embassy of Japan in Nepal



History

History of Japan - Nepal Relations

2016 Former DPM and Foreign Minister Kamal Thapa visits Japan.
2016 State Minister for Foreign Affairs Mr. Nobuo Kishi visits Nepal.
2016 Former Prime Minister Jhal Nath Khanal visits Japan.
2016 Former Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai visits Japan.
2015 State Minister for Foreign Affairs Mr. Minoru Kiuchi visits Nepal.
2015 DPM and Energy Minister Top Bahadur Rayamajhi visits Japan.
2015 Minister for Finance Ram Sharan Mahat visits Japan.
2015 Minister for Foreign Affairs Mahendra Bahadur Pandey visits Japan.
2015 Foreign Secretary Mr. Shankar Bairagi visits Japan.
2014 Member of Parliament and Secretary-General of the Japan-Nepal Parliamentary Friendship League Mr. Yosuke Tsuruho visits Nepal.
2014 Parliamentry Vice President for Foreign Affairs Mr. Seiji Kihara visits Nepal.
2014 Minister for Foreign Affairs Mahendra Bahadur Pandey, Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport Bimalendra Nidhi, Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Dipak Chandra Amatya and Minister for Education Chitra Lekha Yadav visits Japan.
2014 Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Federal Affairs and Local Development Prakash Man Singh visits Japan.
2013 President Ram Baran Yadav visit Japan for treatment.
2012 Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs Koro Bessho visits Nepal.
2012 Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Narayan Kaji Shrestha visits Japan.
2012 Minister for Foreign Affairs Koichiro Gemba visits Nepal
2010 Vice-President of Nepali Congress Ram Chandra Paudel visits Japan
2009 Minister for Finance Dr. Baburam Bhattarai Visits Japan
2009 Vice-Minister for Defence Mr. Nobuo Kishi Visits Nepal
2008 Senior Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs Osamu Uno Visits Nepal
2008 Japanese Parliamentarians Tadahiko Ito and Gaku Hashimoto visit Nepal for observation of Constituent Assembly Elections
2007 Senior Vice Minister for Defense Tadahide Kimura Visits Nepal
2007 Chihiro Atsumi, Director-General of Southeast and Southwest Asian Affairs Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan visits Nepal
2006 Senior Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs Yasuhisa Shiozaki visits Nepal
2005 Minister for Finance Mukunda Prasad Rana visits Japan
2005 Home Minister Purna Bahadur Khadka visits Japan
2005 Parliamentary Secretary for Foreign Affairs Katsuyuki Kawai visits Nepal
2005 TRH Crown Prince Paras and Crown Princess Himani, accompanied by Minister for Foreign Affairs Ramesh Nath Pandey, visit Japan to open Nepal Pavilion in Aichi Expo '05
2004 Member of House of Representatives and Secretary General of the Japan-Nepal Parliamentary Friendship League Tadahiro Matsushita visits Nepal
2004 Chief of Commission for investigation of Abuse of Authority Surya Nath Upadhaya visits Japan
2004 Chief of Army Staff Pyarjan Thapa visits Japan
2003 Minister for Information and Communication Ramesh Pandey visits Japan
2003 Vice-speaker of the Lower House of Representative Chitra Lekha Yadav visits Japan
2003 Chief judge Kedar Nath Upadhaya visits Japan
2003 Parliamentary Secretary for Public Management, Home Affairs, Posts and Telecommunication, Rokuzaemon Yoshida visits Nepal
2002 Former Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto visits Nepal
2002 Minister of State for Science and Technology Bhakta Bahadur Balayar visits Japan
2002 Undersecretary for Foreign Affairs Madhu Raman Acharya visits Japan
2001 Secretary General of the Japan-Nepal Parliamentary Friendship League Wataru Kubo visits Nepal
2001 HRH Crown Prince Dipendra visits Japan
2000 Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori pays an official visit to Nepal
2000 Nepali Parliamentary delegation led by Rt. Hon. Tara Nath Ranabhat, Speaker of the House of Representatives visits Japan
1999 HM King Birendra confers Suprasiddha Prabala Gorkha Dakshin Bahu on Former Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto of Japan
1999 Embassy of Japan commemorates the Centennial of Japan-Nepal relations
1999 Completion of Horticulture Development Center under Japanese Grant and Technical Cooperation
1998 Nepali Parliamentary delegation led by Rt. Hon. Beni Bahadur Karki, Chairman of National Assembly, visits Japan
1998 Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala pays an official visit to Japan
1998 Japanese Parliamentary Delegation led by Vice Speaker of the House of Representatives Kozo Watanabe visits Nepal
1997 TIH Prince and Princess Akishino visit Nepal
1996 HM King Birendra inaugurates the International Buddhist Research Center in Lumbini, constructed by Reiyukai International
1996 Completion of the I-Baha-Bahi Temple Renovation Program in Patan
1995 Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs Madhav Kumar Nepal pay an official visit to Japan
1995 Dr. Prakash Chandra Lohani, Minister for Foreign Affairs, visits Japan
1995 Modernization of Tribhuvan International Airport under Japanese Grant Aid
1994 Inaugural flight by Royal Nepal Airlines between Kathmandu and Osaka
1994 Completion of Udayapur Cement Factory under Japanese Government Loan
1994 Completion of Kanti Children's Hospital under Japanese Grant Aid
1991 Japanese Parliamentary Election Observation Mission, led by Keiwa Okuda, President, Japan-Nepal Parliamentarians' Friendship League, visits Nepal
1991 Finance Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto visits Nepal
1991 Acting President of Nepali Congress Krishna Prasad Bhattarai visits Japan
1991 Completion of Bus Terminal in Kathmandu under Japanese Grant Aid
1990 HRH Crown Prince Dipendra attends the enthronement ceremony of His Majesty Emperor Akihito
1990 Nepali-style Open Garden exhibition at Osaka Expo'90
1989 HRH Prince Gyanendra attends the Funeral Ceremony of His late Majesty Emperor Hirohito
1989 Expansion and Development of the Medium Wave Radio Broadcasting Network under Japanese Grant Aid
1988 A Japan-China-Nepal Joint Expedition team successfully scales Mt. Everest
1987 Shailendra Kumar Upadhyaya, Minister for Foreign Affairs, pays an official visit to Japan
1987 HIH Crown Prince Naruhito pays a visit to Nepal
1987 Completion of National Tuberculosis Center under Japanese Grant Aid
1986 TRH Prince Gyanendra and Princess Komal visit Japan to attend the opening ceremony of King Mahendra Trust for Nature Conservation Japan Chapter
1985 HM King Birendra and Queen Aishwarya visit Japan to attend Tsukuba Expo'85
1985 HIH Princess Chichibu visits Nepal
1984 Completion of Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital, under Japanese Grant Aid and Technical Cooperation
1983 TM King Birendra and Queen Aishwarya visit Japan
1982 Completion of Kulekhani-I Hydro Power Project under Japanese Government Loan
1980 Parliamentary Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs Kazuo Aichi visits Nepal
1978 Inauguration of Japan-Nepal Parliamentarians' Friendship League
1978 State visit to Japan by Their Majesties King Birendra and Queen Aishwarya
1977 Krishna Raj Aryal, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Nepal visits Japan
1977 Iichiro Hatoyama, Minister for Foreign Affairs, pays an official visit to Nepal
1975 Their Royal Highnesses Prince Gyanendra and Prince Dhirendra visit Japan
1975 Junko Tabei becomes the first woman to scale Sagarmatha
1975 TIH Crown Prince Akihito and Princess Michiko attend the Coronation of His Majesty King Birendra
1974 Janakpur Agriculture Development Project starts under Japanese Technical Cooperation
1974 Gyanendra Bahadur Karki, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Nepal, visits Japan
1970 TM King Mahendra and Queen Ratna visit Japan to attend Osaka Expo'70
1970 TIH Prince and Princess Hitachi attend the Wedding Ceremony of Crown Prince Birendra
1968 Establishment of Japanese Embassy in Kathmandu
1968 Appointment of Hidemichi Kira as the first resident Ambassador to Nepal
1967 HRH Crown Prince Birendra goes to Japan to study at Tokyo University
1965 Establishment of Royal Nepali Embassy in Tokyo
1965 Inauguration of Japanese Society in Nepal
1964 Inauguration of the Japan Nepal Society
1962 Dr. Iwamura starts medical service at the United Mission Hospital in Patan
1960 Official visit to Nepal by TIH Crown Prince Akihito and Princess Michiko
1960 State visit to Japan by Their Majesties King Mahendra and Queen Ratna
1956 Establishment of diplomatic relations between Japan & Nepal (Exchange of Notes on September 1)
1956 Successful conquest of Mt. Manaslu by the Japanese Expedition team
1956 Seijiro Yoshizawa, Ambassador to India, attends the Coronation of HM King Mahendra
1952 Eizaburo Nishibori receives an audience with HM King Tribhuvan
1951 Exchanges between Japanese and Nepali sports delegates at the First Asian Games in New Delhi
1936 Prof. Syun-ichi Amanuma visits Nepal to inspect buildings after the great earthquake
1933 Kousetsu Nousu, renowned artist for his Buddhist paintings, and Tetsuzo Ide are invited to Nepal by General Keshar Shumsher J.B. Rana
1913 Junjiro Takakusu, Reverend Ekai Kawaguchi and Ryutei Hasebe visit Lumbini and meet Prime Minister Chandra Shumsher J.B. Rana
1912 Bunkyo Aoki enters Nepal on his way to Tibet
1902 Departure of a group of 8 Nepali students for study in Japan
1899 Arrival in Nepal by the first recorded Japanese visitor Reverend Ekai Kawaguchi, a Buddhist monk who stays in Nepal on his way to Tibet



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