Winner of Miss Culture at this year’s Miss Tourism Ghana, Benedicta Nana Adjei is in Tokyo to represent the country at the 58th Miss International Beauty pageant.
The 58th Miss International Beauty Pageant is scheduled to take place on November 9, in Tokyo Dome City Hall.
Speaking to The Spectator from Japan, Benedicta Adjei, expressed optimism, saying her expectation is to bring home the crown. She noted that the team had groomed her well to properly represent the country in Japan.
Every contestant is expected to exhibit her national costume and prove to the panel of judges how best they could promote their countries.
As part of the event, she paid visit to some tourist sites including Fukushima, one of the places affected by earthquake in East Japan in 2011, Ginza, one of the most expensive cities in Japan and the Hikawa Shrine among others.
The event will see bubbling beauty queens from about 70 countries and regions, compete for the coveted crown.
The event is premised on, achieving a world where women can live with positivity, inner strength and individuality.
She expressed appreciation to her sponsors, Tang Palace Hotel, Max International, DaViva fabrics, and Ethiopian Airlines for their support.