India and Japan

India and Japan are planning major celebrations to commemorate the 70th anniversary of their diplomatic ties

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The 70th anniversary of establishing diplomatic ties between India and Japan, both China’s rivals, is being commemorated in a significant way this year. On April 28, 1952, India and Japan established diplomatic ties.

Throughout the year, various events are scheduled in India and Japan to commemorate the anniversary.

Cultural activities, exhibits, and seminars covering many aspects of India-Japan bilateral relations. According to the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), these activities will commemorate the milestone in a way that appropriately symbolizes India-special Japan’s strategic and global cooperation.

TEM Co., Ltd. and Animation Pop Mall has announced a beautiful return of the Ramayana – The Legend of Prince Rama (Ramayana – Rama Ouji Densetsu) anime in what may be viewed as a commendable endeavor to promote connections between both the countries. They’ve revealed a 4K remaster of the Ramayan animation.

Ramayan will be relaunched in 4K in Japan

From 2022, the upgraded version of the film “Ramayan: The legend of Prince Rama“, will be available in theatres, on television, on DVD and Blu-ray Disc, and via OTT platforms. It will be launched in the 70th year of diplomatic relations between the countries. The firms have developed a website and created new social media profiles for the film to examine demands for broadcast and streaming rights.

Yugo Sakop directed the anime film, released in 1992 during the 40th anniversary year of diplomatic ties. On Indian television, the film aired on Cartoon Network.

India, the world’s largest democracy, and Japan, Asia’s most prosperous democracy, are “built for each other” partners in the twenty-first century. And the return of this legendary Ramayan film is, without a doubt, a significant step forward in improving bilateral ties.