Embassy of Finland, Tokyo
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The President, the Prime Minister and the Minister for Foreign Affairs were among the most visible Finns abroad in 2022
The Finnish missions and embassies report that following the application for NATO membership and Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Finland’s political leaders featured prominently in the international media. In 2021, it was Finnish athletes who received most mentions in the international news media, but last year President Sauli Niinistö, Prime Minister Sanna Marin, and Minister for Foreign Affairs Pekka Haavisto rose to the top of the list alongside athletes.
International visibility increases Finland’s influence
Finland’s image grew stronger in 2022. Finland has had remarkable visibility in foreign media, and news about Finland has met with an exceptionally positive reception. In particular, opinions about Finland’s government and people have become even more positive. Increased familiarity with Finland is important as the country seeks ways to influence the world, according to the Country Image Annual Report, published by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs.
【Exhibition】Finlayson Exhibition 200 years anniversary
21.1. – 26.3.2023
Finlayson is a Finnish textile company founded in 1820. And this exhibition commemorates the 200th anniversary of the company's founding and looks back on its history. In this exhibition, you can se...
【Exhibition】Modern Finnish Ryijy Textiles from the Tuomas Sopanen Collection
28.1. – 16.4.2023
This exhibition shows works of the Tuomas Sopanen Collection for the first time in Japan. Approximately 40 ryijy textiles, dating from the 1950s and later and more are exhibited.