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ICT Social Networking Party vol.1

posted Mar 10, 2015, 10:27 PM by INFO ICT   [ updated Apr 5, 2015, 6:10 PM ]
ICT Social Networking Party vol.1  ~ SPRING ~

A unique twist on the networking event!!

This party is designed to promote exchange among ICT workshop lecturers (Japanese Tea Instructor, Yuru-painting illustrator, Noh performer, Rakugo storyteller, Buddhist monk, Handcrafter, Japanese Sake Sommelier etc.) and all of ICT's members.
 
Enjoy a rare networking opportunity that allows you to expand your horizons and meet many talented people active in various fields.
 
More Attractive Events:
  • English Rakugo
  • Furoshiki Performance
  • Japanese Sake Tasting
  • Talk session by Japanese Buddhism Priest
  • Portrait drawing (Yuru nigaoe)
  • Raffle
 
RESERVE HERE!






It is not just drinking and socializing, though. We will have a special talk session “How to live with the teachings of Buddha” between one of ICT’s lecturer, Shojun Ogi, well-known Buddhist monk,

Alec Jordan (editor at Tokyo Weekender) and Scott Patterson (Software Engineer at MakeLeaps).





<Talk Session Details>


Money. Sex. War. These are the kinds of things that Buddhism is supposed to help us keep from getting tangled up in, right? Then why are these the first three words in the title of the popular book, "Money, Sex, War, Karma," just recently translated into Japanese?


Join us for a lively discussion of the ways in which Buddhist teachings that date back thousands of years can help us live a little more skillfully in the modern world.





We will also hold a LOTTERY and many more events. AND don’t forget that we have professional Japanese tea instructor and Japanese Sake Sommelier for drinks and wonderful ICT chefs will serve you tasty side dishes!!!















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Party details: | RESERVE

• Event: ICT Social Networking Party vol.1

• Date: 2015 April 11 (Saturday)

• Venue: Arsbrains Studio "CLUB PETU", BF1, 1-15-2, Jingumae, Shibuyaku, Tokyo

• Nearest stations: Harajuku or Meijijingu-mae (JR or Tokyo Metro Chiyoda/Fukutoshin Line)

• Door open: 4:30pm

• Party time: 5:00~7:30pm (e.g. English Rakugo, Furoshiki Performance, Sake Tasting)

• Talk Session: 6:00~6:45pm

• Lottery time: 7:00pm~

• Special guests (Talk session)

  Shojun Ogi, Shin Buddhist Priest of Chosho-ji Temple

  Alec Jordan, Editor of Tokyo Weekender  

  Scott Patterson, Software Engineer at MakeLeaps

• Ticket: 2,000 yen (Reserved), 2,500 yen (at the door) with two (2) drinks (alcohols included), light meals, talk session and lottery

• Dress code: Casual

• Contact information: Tsubasa Jojo Kato [info@intlcentertoyko.com]

• Expected no. of participants: Around 50 people