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Savor the love this Valentine ❤ at Tokyo Lebanon Choose one of our 3 Set Menus offered for Valentine dinner on the 13th, 14th & 15th of February 2013
Reservation is required
09/838 839 or 78/838 839
Special treat for all the couples with a complimentary glass of champagne & a special cake.
Celebrate New Year’s Eve in Tokyo for only 125 $ / person
RSVP M| 09 838 839 T| 78 838 839
Tokyo Lebanon, Japanese & Sushi Restaurant offers on New Year’s eve a special menu featuring a DJ spinning all night, confetti & a live countdown to welcome the year 2013
Festive Party Menu:
- Miso Soup
- Tokyo Crunchy Heat Salad ( your choice of Salmon or Tuna)
- Teppanyaki or Teriyaki ( your choice of Chicken or Salmon) served with steamed rice or mixed vegetables
- Tokyo Set (combination of 25 pieces of sushi, sashimi & maki)
- OPEN Wine
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T| 78 838 839
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Do not make WAR make SUSHI – Jean Luc by Fadi Reaidi.
Sushi boat El master sushi CHEF.
Message from Japan Ambassador Otsuka to Lebanon:
As everyone is aware that Noah`s Ark of antiquity was made of Lebanese Cedars, the symbol of the Republic of Lebanon, the history of Lebanon has been contributing to the evolution of the World Civilization. The Lebanese Mountains, the peaks of which exceed 3000 meters high, is not only blessed with rich natural resources, but also extended a shelter to the religious and ethnical minority peoples under the various empires. Website for the Embassy of Japan in Lebanon www.lb.emb-japan.go.jp
In Lebanon, therefore, the very unique society has been developed and formed with 18 officially recognized ethnic and religious groups and communities, which are up to now coexisting.
Under such historical backgrounds, the democratic system based upon the multi-ethnic and religious communities was introduced to Lebanon when it became independent, and since then Lebanon has enjoyed the robust economic growth thrust by the vigorous market economy. Lebanon has led all countries of the Middle East in each field of commerce, foreign trade, information, culture, and tourism.
As for the Japan-Lebanon bilateral relationship, we established the legation in Beirut in 1954 immediately after Japan restored its position of the international community in post-war era, and placed Lebanon as the strategic country for the Japanese foreign trade and commercial activities in the Middle East. More than 1,500 Japanese residents in Lebanon were counted in 1970`s. Beirut began to function as center of the Japanese economic activities in the region.
While Civil War began in 1975 and ended in 1990, and then the military clashes sporadically happened, Japanese companies have gradually evacuated from Lebanon which was diminishing the role it used to play. Even now we cannot see the bilateral economic relations fully restored.
However, I believe that there are huge potentials for expanding the relations between Japan and Lebanon toward the future. Fundamentally Japan has the strategic importance to Lebanon.
First, we consider it of vital importance that the international community would keep supporting political stability of Lebanon because we have observed that the past unstable conditions of Lebanon had posed a shadow to the stability of the whole Middle East region.
Secondly, it is said that there are more than ten million Lebanese migrants overseas, and they form their communities in Latin America, Africa, Europe, and North America which have much influential over their countries. Japanese, firms or individuals, have a lot of contacts with Lebanese people over different parts of the world. This must be sustained by the bilateral friendly relations.
Thirdly, I believe it beneficial for Japan that Japanese businesses could be more engaged in socio-economic activities in affiliation with Lebanese firms with professional expertise especially in the Gulf and the Middle East.
The fourth I want to emphasize is that I wish more Japanese could know about Lebanon, the country with abundant history and culture on a hand, and more Lebanese could get acquainted with the Japanese ideology and history and culture beyond subculture, such as animation, manga, Japanese foods on the other hand. I am confident that both people who can accept different culture based on plural value system can become spiritually richer through active exchange of people and culture
Japan has been devoted to the development assistance projects related to the alleviation of poverty and Basic Human Needs although annual per capita income of Lebanon has already attained the level as high as 9000 US dollars, which is almost not categorized as `developing` country. Japan still intends to be engaged in these development projects on the ground that stability of Lebanon is essentially relevant to stability of the Middle East where huge amount of oil and gas is produced and considerable part of it is exported to the Japanese market. In practice, we have small- scale grant aid scheme supporting to the areas affected by Civil War and the poor countryside which had not been economically developed. Also we are carrying out technical cooperation programs related to human capacity building.
There is no doubt that such development assistance gives benefit to the strengthening of the bilateral cooperative relations and mutual understanding between Japan and Lebanon. On the other hand, Japanese appreciate deeply condolences and donations expressed by the Government of Lebanon and the various civic organizations and groups. These facts make
Japanese renew our determination toward further strengthening the existing friendly relations.
Finally allow me to refer to my past personal contact to Lebanon. I was living as a student in Lebanon for one year and a few months from the year of 1977, and therefore Lebanon is a place where my memory about my young age is preserved. It is in Faraya that I challenged skiing for the first time. I have never experienced in driving my own car until I came to Lebanon. It means that Lebanon is, so to speak, my second homeland and therefore I feel extremely delightful if I will dedicate to strengthening the existing friendly relations between the two countries.
Established in November 1954
1954 Delegation of Japan opened in Lebanon
1957 Delegation of Lebanon opened in Tokyo
1959 Both delegations upgraded to Embassies
1986 For security reason, the embassy staff in Beirut evacuated to a temporary office in Damascus (local staff was placed in the Beirut office).
1995 The embassy staff in the temporary office was returned to Beirut
Bilateral Treaties and Agreements:
1953 Japan Lebanon Aviation Agreement was signed
1969 Maritime Traffic and Aviation Mutual Income Tax Exemption Agreement was signed
Number of Residents:
Number of Japanese nationals residing in Lebanon: 74 (October 2008)
Number of Lebanese nationals residing in Japan: 98 (December 2007)
Trade with Japan (2009):
Exports: $2 million (nonferrous metal (aluminum))
Imports: $668 million (cars, electrical machinery)
Direct Investment from Japan:
Japan’s Economic Cooperation (cumulative total until fiscal 2008):
List of Exchange of Notes
Loans: 13 billion yen
Grants: 2.85 billion yen
Technical cooperation: 1.16 billion yen
Besides exchanging cultural figures and specialists, Japan has been providing cultural grants. Also, as one of overseas embassy cultural projects, “Japan Week” was held in the city of Tripoli in November 2008 and attracted approximately 2000 people. In Beirut as well, Japan Film Festival screened 6 films in May 2009 and gained popularity.
Japan-Lebanon Liberal Democratic Parliamentary League was established in 1996.
From Japan to Lebanon
1995 Vice Foreign Minister, Yasuo Fukuda
1997 Chairman of Committee on Foreign Affairs of House of Representatives, Ichiro Aizawa
Chairman of the Japanese-Lebanese Interparliamentary Friendship Group, Yoshirou Mori with the members of the group
1999 Foreign Minister, Masahiko Koumura
2001 Vice Foreign Minister, Seiken Sugiura
2002 Special Envoy for the Middle East, Tatsuo Arima
2004 Parliamentary Vice Foreign Minister, Kazunori Tanaka
2009 Special Envoy for the Middle East, Yutaka Iimura
From Lebanon to Japan
1996 Minister of State for Financial Affairs, Fuad Siniora
Minister of Electricity and Water Resources, Elie Hobeika
Prime Minister, Rafic Hariri
1997 Prime Minister, Rafic Hariri
2000 Chairman of the Lebanon-Japan Parliamentary Friendship Association, Talal Merabi
2001 Prime Minister, Rafic Hariri
Minister of Economy and Trade, Basel Fleihane
2002 Prime Minister, Rafic Hariri
Minister of Economy and Trade, Basel Fleihane
Chairman of the Lebanon-Japan Parliamentary Friendship Association, Yashin Jaber
2004 President of Finance and Budget Committee of the Parliament, Samir Azar
Cultural Grant (cumulative total fiscal 1975-2008)
437 million yen (Cultural Grant Aid)
22.9 million yen (Grant Assistance for Cultural Grassroots Projects)
Tsunami sushi restaurant is giving us the opportunity to taste the best of the Japanese food prepared live in front of the clients since at Tsunami everything is prepared on the spot and FRESH and in a cozy place.
Tsunami’s menu consists of:
SASHIMI – SALADS – SUSHI – HOSO MAKI – FUTO MAKI – URA MAKI – TEMAKI -GUNKAN – SET MENUS – HOT FOOD