Tokyo: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is on a five-day official visit to Japan, on Tuesday turned into a drummer during the inauguration of TCS Japan Tech & Cultural Academy Inauguration in Tokyo.
The Prime Minister also interacted with youngsters at the event and asked them to visit India.
Modi, who will be concluding his visit to Japan tomorrow, will call on Japanese Emperor Akihito and leaders from across the political spectrum.
He will also inaugurate the Vivekananda Cultural Centre at the Indian embassy here.
Earlier on Monday, Modi played a flute during his visit to Taimei Elementary School in Tokyo.
Modi’s Japan tour turned out to be a grand success for both the nations. India got benefited as Japan decided to lift the ban on Indian space and defense systems apart from funding 2 Lakh Crores for development of Indian cities and transportation.
On the other hand, getting the hand of an emerging super power is going to help Japan in all the ways. TCS has relations with both Japan and India. Recently, TCS and Mitsubishi jointly established a company for technology development. As a part of this one, few Japanese trainees were being trained by TCS.
In the recent Japan tour, Modi stated that these trainees may further come to India as ambassadors to Japan. He encouraged Japan individuals to come to India for trade. It is a noted fact that TCS donated 100 Crores to the clean initiative of Modi. Looks like, Modi got impressed with the morals of the company and is providing free branding to TCS in Japan!