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Campbelltown Mayor Bryce Regan and Koshigaya Mayor Shinichiro Shimamura Official Opening of Koshigaya Park in 1984. Photo by Campbelltown Macarthur Advertiser.
Campbelltown signed a Sister City agreement with Koshigaya City, Japan on 11 April 1984.
What began as an agreement has developed into a more meaningful relationship. With a range of exchange programs and activities taking place over the years, the Sister City bond has evolved, giving residents of both cities a global perspective on cultural connections through the values of friendship, respect and harmony.
To commemorate the beginning of the relationship:
Learn more about Koshigaya City - Campbelltown City's sister city in Japan.
Discover more about the cultural activities in Koshigaya, from traditional costumes, greetings and gestures to Daruma and Hina Dolls and the tasty rice crackers sold at the tea house.
Campbelltown City signed a Sister City agreement with Koshigaya City, Japan on 11 April 1984. This is a brief history.
Brief outline of delegations and exchange programs as part of the Campbelltown and Koshigaya Sister City relationship.
A brief outline about the major projects completed as part of the Sister City relationship between Campbelltown and Koshigaya.