Isfahan, Japan Tourism Potentials to be Discovered

The Head of Isfahan Cultural Heritage Organization said yesterday: Japan and Isfahan tourism potentials will be discovered in order to expand bilateral relations.

As IMNA quotes from Public Relations of Isfahan Cultural Heritage Organization, Isfahan heritage house hosted a forum attended by Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), and Isfahan Head of Cultural Heritage, Ferydoon Allahyari. The session was held yesterday on Tuesday in the presence of other authorities in realm of Isfahan cultural heritage.   

Allahyari announced that the meeting was aimed at discovering Iran's tourist destinations, while Japanese tourism experts had selected some Iranian internal destinations namely as cities of Isfahan, Ahvaz, Tehran, Tabriz, and Yazd.   

Pointing to the cultural and civilization potentials of Isfahan Province, the official stressed: Japanese researchers have decided on the previously mentioned destination mainly based on Silk Road and the diversity of historical attractions.  

 He also referred to the civilization plateau of Iran during the Islamic era, confirming: located on the way of Silk Road, Isfahan has attracted many ancient eastern Asian civilizations into Isfahan culture and tourism.

"Consequently, Isfahan has been chosen as the second world craft city since it enjoys over 22 thousand historical structures in the whole province", he explained and concluded: Iran and Japan as two rich Asian civilizations provide fine opportunities in line with tourism growth between the two sides and particularly in Isfahan.        

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