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What's ‘in’ in Japan 01 : Bilingual Exchange Session "FOOD"

posted Jun 27, 2015, 6:47 PM by Tsubasa Kato   [ updated Jul 29, 2015, 2:33 AM by INFO ICT ]

What's ‘in’ in Japan 01 : Bilingual Exchange Session "FOOD"

ICT has restarted its new casual bilingual discussion sessions "What's ‘in' in Japan," launching this month in Ebisu! What’s ‘in’ in Japan is a bilingual session where you can feel free to speak your native language or Japanese in a multicultural setting.

July’s focus: "What is Japanese onigiri?"

Do you know why Japanese started making rice balls or why onigiri a.k.a "omusubi" is so popular? Can you guess how many onigiri are sold one day? Onigiri is a Japanese staple but there is a science to such a simple snack. What delicious finger foods is your country or hometown known for?

Come to join us for a lighthearted chat in a comfortable environment and have a fun night with ICT members!


To get some perspective on the subject, check out: "Why do Japanese people eat "ONIGIRI" made with bare hands?" (from 19:30m~/26:04m~) , which shows the mystery and background of Japanese onigiri culture! (Rediscover Japan : http://www.tbs.co.jp/nippon-deban/)


◆ Before class: RSVP

We would like to have each of you to send a question about the topic when signing up for the class. (Of course you can send us additional questions after signing up or even in the class!) Email Jojo at info@intlcentertokyo.com


◆ Schedule (on every fourth Tuesdays night)

- August 25th : Fashion
- September 29th : Money
- October 27th : Lifestyle
- November 24th : TBD (Gadget?)

 *Schedule and topics are flexible.

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◆ Date  Tuesday, July 28th

◆ Time  7:30pm~ 9:30pm  (the class STARTS at 7:30pm!!)

◆ Language  Any language

◆ Participation Fee  1,000 yen

First session exclusive DISCOUNTS
  • Non-Japanese Attendees registered NeedsArch member (200yen)
  • With Non-Japanese friends (200 yen/you and your friend)
 *Please bring your own drinks and food (dinner)* We don’t want your tummies rumbling :)


◆ Timetable

- Open 7:20pm

- 7:30pm Icebreaking Game, Language Exchange (Coffee time)
- Around 8:00pm Presentation, Discussion, Group works and so on
- Around 9:30pm Close


How to Reserve | Required

*Attendees: min 6, max 20


◆ Venue

Terakoya Buddha LAB (寺子屋ブッダLAB)
3-23-3, Higashi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo ( 東京都渋谷区東3丁目23-3猪瀬ビル1階)
http://www.tera-buddha.net/ebisu-lab/outline/basic/

4-minute walk from West exit, Ebisu station, JR or Hibiya line
JR恵比寿駅, 東京メトロ日比谷線徒歩4分


Our Partner 寺子屋ブッダ : http://www.tera-buddha.net/


◆ Information

Contact: Email Jojo at info@intlcentertokyo.com
Website: http://www.intlcentertokyo.com
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