Mission Japan: Mexico

Our new series begins with Mexico, highlighting the history of its embassy and diplomatic mission in Japan. Cultural attaché, Emmanuel Trinidad, takes Tim on a deep dive into Mexico’s initial exposure to Japan through frequented trade routes, the establishment of the legation, and the development of relations over time.

Initially part of the Imperial Gardens, the property now occupied by the Mexican embassy was granted to Mexico by the emperor as an offering for further cooperation.

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