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Japanese flag Embassy of Japan in Bucharest

Address8th Floor, America House East Wing
Sos. Nicolae Titulescu, Nr.4-8 Sector 1
București (Bucharest) 011141
Romania
Phonelocal: (021) 319.1890
international: +40.21.319.1890
Faxlocal: (021) 319.1895
international: +40.21.319.1895
Web sitehttp://www.ro.emb-japan.go.jp/

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Comments on this Embassy

Kuddus
Sat, 6 Apr 2013 05:51 EDT
Romanian talents
You are really genius. Why international media are against Romania, I don't know. Everyone Romanian has capacity to win Nobel Prize. So far as I know Romanians are greatest scientists in the world. They are the leader in science, medicine and technology etc.
David Muresan
Sun, 15 May 2011 08:10 EDT
car engine
I invented a car engine witout pollution. My email is davidmuresan@live.com
Can you help me to find interest for my car engine and other inventions in Japan?
David Muresan
David Muresan
Sun, 15 May 2011 08:05 EDT
PhD in Japan
I have a master degree in electric field in Romania and I am a USA citizen. Prezently I am in Romania.
I am interested in a PhD in Japan with one of my inventions.
I mention the I have patented so far 7 inventions and 5 are patented in USA. I have another 7 ideas which may be patented.
Is any possibility to be accepted to a PhD in Japan?
Thanks David Muresan

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