Its pavilion remotely displays its contents using motion pictures and HD fog
Japan presents "Halal" dishes according to Islamic law at Expo 2020 Dubai
The Japan Pavilion uses the latest in visual and spatial presentations.
The Japanese Ministry of Commerce said that Japan's pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai will use digital technology to enable visitors to view the contents of the pavilion from a distance.
The ministry stated that the pavilion will introduce visitors from all over the world to the magic of Japan, by allowing them to view the history and technology of Japan, hoping that the contents that will be displayed will also attract attention to the World Expo 2025, scheduled in Osaka.
In addition to opening two private websites to serve as the “Virtual Japan Pavilion,” Japan will allow people from Japan and other locations, using remote-controlled virtual bots, to join some events in the pavilion, which will be held for a limited number of participants for a limited time. Under the slogan "Where Ideas Meet".
According to the Japanese Ministry, the Japan Pavilion uses the latest visual and spatial presentations, including motion pictures and ultra-high definition fog, to allow visitors to experience how diverse encounters spark new ideas and lead the world into a better tomorrow.
The pavilion will display the landscapes of Japan and the challenges the world is facing now, as well as creating miniature models representing the country, and a corner for the presentation of the 2025 exhibition in the Kansai region in western Japan.
The ministry stated that the Japanese sushi chain Sushiro will open a restaurant at the exhibition, which will serve "halal" dishes prepared according to Islamic law.
“We want to make this event a great success by conveying the magic of Japan as much as possible, and increasing the momentum towards the Osaka Expo,” said Japanese Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry, Hiroshi Kageyama.
It is noteworthy that "Expo 2025" will be held in Osaka, "Kansai" - Yomshima, an artificial island in Osaka Bay, from April 13 to October 13, 2025.
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