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Kingdom of Bahrain

National Day Reception


The Kingdom of Bahrain is a group of islands located in the central southern shores of the Arabian Gulf and the eastern side of the Arabian Peninsula. "Bahrain" means "two seas" in Arabic because of the pure water over the island and the seawater around one. Thanks to the pure water, the island is rich with green and that is why some consider that the Garden of Eden was in Bahrain. In the ancient time, Bahrain played a part as trading point both with Mesopotamian and Indus civilization and now the Kingdom of Bahrain plays a role as a financial center in the Gulf region.

The National Day Reception of the Kingdom of Bahrain was held at the Imperial Hotel. The reception celebrated the 43th Anniversary of the country's independence.

Group photo with the Ambassador of Bahrain to Japan,
His Excellency Dr. Khalil Hassan.

A photo of the Ambassador and his spouse, Her Excellency Dr. Yoshiko Hatakeyama. Representatives made speeches at the begining of the reception.

A photo with the Bahraini Ambassador, His Excellency Dr. Khalil Hassan, and on the right, the Omani Ambassador, His Excellency Hashil Al-Muslahi, and his spouse, Her Excellency Madam Abeer A. Aisha.

Group photo with the members of the International School Network in front of an amazing ice sculpture.

A photo with Second Secretary Mr. Ahmed Al Teraifi and his wife, Mrs. Shaima AlBahrani.

Delicious traditional food was served at the reception.

The members of the International School Network exchanging cards with the Beninese Ambassador to Japan, His Excellency Mr. Zomahoun D. C. Rufin.

Group photo with His Excellency Mr. Zomahoun D. C. Rufin.


Madoka Nishina    11th Saint Maur International School

Kate Shimizu        11th Seisen International School 

Yukika Tomizawa  10th Saint Maur International School

Karen Nishina        5th Saint Maur International School


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