What's new and Our Activity

December 2014

  • The Embassy held a National Day Reception in the Reykjavic City Hall on 4th of December. The reception was successful with about 150 invited guests including the former President Madam Vigdís Finnbogadóttir and Minister of Fisheries and Agriculture and for the Environment and Natural Resources, Mr. Sigurður Ingi Jóhannsson.

October 2014

  • Between 4th and 6th October, Japanese singer and songwriter, Mr. Ryoichi Higuchi made three concerts under the name of "Postman Live" at Grensáskirkja and Verzlunarskóli Íslands in Reykjavik and Sólheimar, all of which were highly appreciated by the audience.

April 2014

February 2014

Culture and Scholarships

  • ・Scandinavia-Japan Sasakawa Foundation
    The Scandinavia-Japan Sasakawa Foundation provides grants and scholarships for the exchange between Japan and the Nordic countries.
    Applications should be submitted to the local office in country where the applicant has his/her permanent residence. For details, applicants should inquire directly to the local office in their respective country.
  • ・Japanese Government Scholarship
    All application procedures for Monbukagakusho(MEXT) Scholarships are conducted through Japanese embassy in your country, or institutions of higher education in Japan.
    If you require any further information regarding MEXT Scholarships, contact our embassy, or institutions of higher education which you wish to enroll.
    Application fee is not charged. So please be aware that organizations or individuals who charge application fee or deposits have no relation with the Japanese Government.
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