Ambassador of Japan to Mexico visits KidZania Cuicuilco!

MEXICO CITY, Mexico. KidZania Journal. May 14, 2014. (English). –This morning, KidZania Cuicuilco was thrilled to receive very special visitors: H. E. Shuichiro Megata –Ambassador of Japan to Mexico– and his wife. Our distinguished visitors walked across KidZania Cuicuilco’s streets and plazas, experiencing and discovering first-hand the exclusive interaction created in the sponsored establishments, where kids play with brands, products and services while learning the relevance of work and money.

KidZania is the original, first-in-the-world Mexican concept of an edutainment center where since 1999 over 34 million kids have played their all-time favorite game: role-playing. KidZania Cuicuilco is KidZania’s most inventive and engaging theme park yet. We’ve introduced 21st century career choices, elevated awareness around global issues like the environment, and made certain that every child, no matter their level of ability, can participate. We’ve brought the most authentic and fun real-life experiences to life to help children understand and manage their ever-changing world.

Mr. Erick Galicia –Counselor, Japan, South Korea and Mexico– greeted our visitors and escorted them through the city, which is equal parts education and fun.

From left to right: Ms. Elba González -Manager, KidZania Hospitality-, Mr. Morio Sut-su -Second Secretary of the Political Section, Embassy of Japan to Mexico-, Mrs. Reiko Megata, H. E. Shuichiro Megata -Ambassador of Japan to Mexico-, and Mr. Erick Galicia -Counselor, Japan, South Korea and Mexico-, at the Toyota Car Manufacturing Plant of KidZania Cuicuilco in Mexico City.

From left to right: Ms. Elba González -Manager, KidZania Hospitality-, Mr. Morio Sut-su -Second Secretary of the Political Section, Embassy of Japan to Mexico-, Mrs. Reiko Megata, H. E. Shuichiro Megata -Ambassador of Japan to Mexico-, and Mr. Erick Galicia -Counselor, Japan, South Korea and Mexico-, at the Toyota Car Manufacturing Plant of KidZania Cuicuilco in Mexico City.

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