Masato Kondo on the sidelines of the visit to the Carpet Museum of the Holy Shrine of Ali ibn Musa (A.S.) said, “The museum shows Iran’s history and identity to the visitors properly.”
“The Carpet Museum of this Holy Shrine, also exhibits a manifestation of the vicissitudinous history of humanity” he reiterated, describing Iran as a country with a brilliant history and culture.
“The Japanese people, were always interested in the use of exquisite Persian carpets” Kondo said, stating that Persian carpet is known in the world.
“Last month, an exhibition of exquisite Persian carpets was held in Tehran, which was welcomed greatly by people, especially the Japanese” he enunciated.
First Secretary of the Japanese Embassy in Iran, then pointed to the great extent and vastness of the Holy Shrine of Ali ibn Musa al-Reza (A.S.), and said, “The scope and architecture used in courtyards, especially museums of this Holy Shrine, are very interesting and striking.”
“Mashhad is a beautiful city, and I am very glad that for the first time I have attended this city and the Holy Shrine of Imam Reza (A.S.)” Kondo stated, expressing pleasure attending the holy shrine of Imam Reza (A.S.).