Prime Minister Narendra Modi today left for home after concluding his three-day visit to Japan, during which the two countries signed a landmark civil nuclear deal and nine other agreements in various areas.
After a busy & fruitful Japan visit that witnessed significant progress in business & cultural relations, PM emplanes for Delhi. pic.twitter.com/EjUZTl6Zz7— PMO India (@PMOIndia) November 12, 2016
Modi left from the Japanese city of Osaka for New Delhi.
"Sayonara Japan! An important friendship stands strengthened as PM @narendramodi enplanes from Osaka for the journey back to Delhi," External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup tweeted.
Before his departure, Modi addressed a luncheon gathering of business leaders in Kobe, a city on Osaka Bay.
He also travelled in Japan's famed high-speed Shinkansen bullet train, which is being introduced in India on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad stretch, with his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe.
During the visit, India and Japan signed 10 pacts covering a range of areas such as boosting Japanese investment in infrastructure, railways, and for cooperation in space and agriculture, as part of agreements to bolster bilateral ties.