Source: Nagaland Post
Seven-member team from Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan arrived Mopungchuket village, Mokokchung, on a cross-cultural study tour on August 18.
The team would be staying in the village till August 24. The visiting team from Japan comprises of six university students and a professor.
They were hosted by Mopungchuket Village Council and their tour facilitated by the Sustainable Development Forum Nagaland (SDFN).
During the stay, the visitors will be engaged in learning the traditional ways and life of a typical Ao Naga village, village governance and administration institutions, community land-use and resource management systems, cultures and traditions of the community, arts and crafts of the community, challenges and opportunities of the community, and overall development challenges and pathways of Nagaland, among other things.
The team will also be staying at Kohima for another two days.
At Kohima, they are expected to visit the War Cemetery, State Museum, Naga Heritage Village Kisama and Dzulakie.