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18th Boishakhi Mela held at Ikebukuro Nishiguchi Park in Tokyo

Tokyo Boishakhi Mela brings Bangladeshi expatriates living in different parts of Japan together to celebrate Bangla new year with full enthusiasm. This year, it’s 18th Boishakhi Mela (Bangla New Year Festival) held at Ikebukuro Nishiguchi Park in Tokyo on 16 April and organized by Japan Bangladesh Society. This is an occasion to get a taste of Bangladesh in Japan. Main attractions of this festival is to meet many friends and dear ones, eat Bangladeshi cuisine, enjoy Bangladeshi music; which is a rare chance for an expatriate. Thank you Dr. Ashir Ahmed, Associate Professor, Kyushu University for sharing photos with us.

Source: Embassy of Japan in Bangladesh Facebook page

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