Japanese companies important for Hungarian economy

Japanese companies are an important factor in Hungary's growing economy, contributing to its...

Hungary, Japan sign cooperation agreements in medicine, education, sports

Human Resources Minister Miklós Kásler paid a three-day official visit to Japan, where he signed cooperation agreements in education,...

Journey to Japan through Japanese tea and taste

The Embassy of Japan in Hungary held a business event on 14th May in collaboration with Japanese Airlines and JTB Hungary, titled...

Hungarian Export Promotion Agency opens office in Tokyo

The Hungarian Export Promotion Agency (HEPA) opened an office in Tokyo on Monday, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade state secretary...

Connected by a fish – Get to know Hungary’s new partner in Japan

When you think of Japan, the first city that comes to your mind is probably Tokyo. But what if we told you that Hungary has set foot in a...

Nobu – The tasty form of self-gifting in Budapest

By now, after a number of visits to Nobu (each one more enchanting than the last), we have learned that to set foot inside downtown sushi...

Nissan expanding business service center in Budapest

Japanese car manufacturer Nissan is expanding its single European business and financial service center in Budapest, Péter Szijjártó, the...

The 10 most renowned Japanese Sake producers visited Hungary

The Japanese Sake and Shochu Makers Association popularise their national drink with...

Japan’s Bridgestone to launch investment project in North Hungary

Japanese tyre-maker Bridgestone will launch another project in Tatabánya, in northern Hungary, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto announced on...

Conference on the economic partnership agreement between the EU and Japan held in Budapest

“Rapid and comprehensive changes are going on within global politics and the global economy; old friendships are being broken and alliances...