As part of Passport D.C.'s Around the World Embassy Tour, the Japan Information & Culture Center (JICC), Embassy of Japan invites you to a special viewing of The Old Ambassador's Residence!
Designed by the architectural firm Delano and Aldrich in the Neo-Georgian style, the former residence is designated as a National Historical Landmark. In celebration of the Around the World Embassy Tour, the Old Ambassador's Residence will be filled with traditional culture and modern technology displays.
Plus, guests will have the opportunity to meet Ambassador Fujisaki from 12-2pm. Don't forget to bring your camera for a souvenir photo!
Don't miss this chance to experience Japan here in the heart of Washington, D.C.!
Please remember that due to overwhelming response in the past, we are expecting long lines to form. We may not be able to accommodate all guests after the specified times.
Unfortunately, due to the historical nature of the building, The Old Ambassador's Residence is not wheelchair accessible. Please note that parking is not available at the Embassy.
Passport D.C. Around the World Embassy Tour allows visitors and residents to celebrate and sample international culture and heritage in Washington, D.C. Over 40 embassies, representing six continents, will offer family-friendly events showcasing art, music, traditional dress, and much more.
For more information about Passport D.C.'s Around the World Embassy Tour, visit www.CulturalTourismDC.org.