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Living in Norway can be quite expensive. There’s no way of getting around that. That's why the Norwegian savings portal CupoNation has put up a list of five money-saving tips for students headed to the land of Vikings. 更に読む

The Norway-Japan Society offers up to two study grants of JPY200,000 for the year 2017. Applicants are to be 20 years old of age and above. Applicants must also be either Japanese who will be studying in Norway or Norwegian staying in Japan to study, for the period of 1 month to 1 year in the study year 2017. 更に読む

The young joik singer, Marja Helena Fjellheim Mortensson, visited the Embassy this week. Her talent has already been remarked at the international arena, and she has won the Culture Prize of the Hedmark region in Norway, as well as Sami Music Awards. 更に読む

The bilateral agreement on mutual assistance in customs matters between Norway and Japan was signed by the Ambassador Rimestad and Parliamentary Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs Ms. Miki Yamada, on June 18 in Tokyo. 更に読む

University of Bergen (UiB) and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) are joining forces to establish a collaboration with Trade and Technology Office (Innovation Norway) of the Norwegian Embassy in Tokyo. The purpose is to strengthen research and educational cooperation with Japan. 更に読む

The Norwegian Minister of Fisheries, Ms Elisabeth Aspaker, visited Japan in late November for the un-official World Championship in sushi making, the first-ever Global Sushi Challenge. She also paid a visit to the Tohoku region and had bilateral talks with her Japanese counterpart. 更に読む

The Norwegian Parliaments’ Standing Committee on Finance and the Economy, headed by Chairman Mr. Hans Olav Syversen, visited Japan on the 23-25 September. 更に読む

Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg joins fellow Heads of State and Government for an historic summit to adopt the world's new development agenda. The Sustainable Development Goals constitute an ambitious and universal plan to eradicate all poverty in the world and facilitate sustainable development over the next 15 years. 更に読む

A new report released by the Global Commission on the Economy and the Climate identifies ten key economic opportunities that could close up to 96 percent of the gap between business-as-usual emissions and the level needed to limit dangerous climate change. 更に読む

World leaders this week gathered in Oslo, Norway to discuss measures and solutions to better address the important issue of education and development. 更に読む

Leaders from all over the world will meet in Oslo on 6–7 July to garner support for a joint effort to promote education in countries affected by conflict, crisis and poverty. 更に読む

Three hundred participated in the energy seminar on May 27-28 to discuss how Japan and Norway can further develop cooperation in promoting environment-friendly energy solutions. 更に読む

The spotlight will be on environment-friendly energy at this year’s Japan-Norway Science Week. The event, organised for the third time, will be held in Tokyo 27–28 May. 更に読む

The annual Arctic Science Summit Week (ASSW) was for 2015 hosted by Japan in Toyama and marked the 25th anniversary of the International Arctic Science Committee. A larger delegation of approximately 40 Norwegian polar scientists, research managers, students and policy makers attended the event, with the conference on April 27-30 as the main happening. 更に読む

Norwegian Ambassador to Japan, Erling Rimestad, congratulates and extends his good wishes to Mr Norbert Kray, the new Norwegian Honorary Consul-General in Kobe. 更に読む

On 7 April 2015 Mr. Norbert Kray was officially appointed as Norwegian Honorary Consul-General in Kobe, and the Honorary Consulate opened its doors on 23 April 2015. 更に読む

Through international cooperation, the Ministry of Education and Research will contribute to increased quality, renewal, and relevance within the areas of kindergarten, education and research. 更に読む

"Eksporthåndboken" published by Innovation Norway is now made available online. 更に読む

On February 11th 2015, the 5th Japan-Norway Joint Committee Meeting on cooperation in science and technology was held in Oslo. 更に読む

Around 1400 participants from over thirty nations are gearing up for Arctic Frontiers 2015. The conference takes place from January 18th-23rd and is the most significant conference for Arctic issues in Norway. This year’s theme is climate and energy. 更に読む