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更新日:2018年4月27日

ミナトインフォメーションメール 2018年4月25日配信分 英語版

 1. Introduction of a restaurant that collaborated with us on the Commercial District Multilingual Support Improvement Project. Shojin Sougo

Minato City works to help restaurants in the city support customers in foreign languages.

This is one restaurant we supported. Shojin Sougo

Opened in 2015, Sougo offers revolutionary Shojin-style, traditional Japanese vegetarian cuisine.

It creates the cuisine of the future by linking the past and present through traditional technique and modern tastes and sensibilities.

Shojin-style cuisine has deep roots in Japanese culture. It began as meals for Zen Buddhist monks. This cuisine deeply reflects the spirituality of the cook, avoiding meat and excessive seasoning and focusing on colorful, natural flavors. Sougo’s course menu offers a variety of Shojin-style cuisine for you to enjoy.

Sougo’s food could be considered traditional Japanese-style pescatarian cuisine. It uses bonito broth, egg, and dairy products.

To request a more strictly vegetarian menu, please request two days in advance for lunch and one day in advance for dinner.

For the latest information, see the URL below.

http://www.sougo.tokyo/(外部サイトへリンク) (Japanese and English)

 2. 「Minato Information Board」 Facebook

We opened a Facebook page called “Minato Information Board.” It distributes useful information for foreign residents to use in their daily lives. 

On “Minato Information Board,” we will share Minato City’s international initiatives, events, and useful information for foreign residents in English and easy Japanese.

We may also use the page to inform you of daily events in real time.

Please check it out.

URL: https://m.facebook.com/city.minato.mib/(外部サイトへリンク)

Contact: Global Community Planning Subsection, Community Promotion Section (Tel. 03-3578-2046) (Japanese or English)

 3.Recycling and Trash Disposal

Please sort your trash and dispose of it before 8時00分 am on the designated collection days at a recycling and waste collection station. For more information on how to sort your trash or the collection days, please contact the Minato Recycling and Waste Management Office. For more information on your recycling and waste collection station, please contact your apartment or condo management office or landlord.

Minato City has published a Waste Sorting Guidebook (available in Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean) to inform residents of waste disposal rules and disposal practice. It is available on the Minato City Website.

 4.Notice about Disaster Prevention Wireless System

<Minato City has a disaster prevention wireless system>

In Minato City, speakers throughout the town will provide disaster information in the event of a disaster, such as an earthquake or tsunami. In order to check whether this equipment works, the song “Yuyake Koyake” is played every day at 5時00分 pm.

 <What should I do if I can’t hear the speaker because of heavy rain or traffic noise, or if I miss what it says?>

Please call 03-5401-0742. When you call this number, you can hear an automated recording of the announcement. (Available in English, Chinese and Korean)

We will also post the information on the Minato City Website,Twitter, Facebook and the Disaster Prevention App (Available in English, Chinese and Korean)

 5. Disaster Prevention Teaching Video

In preparation for large-scale disasters in Tokyo, the Tokyo International Communication Committee created the Disaster Prevention Teaching Video using memorable, visually appealing anime to spread knowledge about disaster prevention in a way that is easily understood by foreign residents.

Available in four languages (Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean), the video teaches what to watch out for in the event of an earthquake, what to prepare before an earthquake strikes, and what to do if an earthquake occurs while you are at work or on an outing.

We hope you will use this to improve your awareness of disaster prevention and prepare for disasters.

The videos are available from the links below.

 6.Using the Odaiba shuttle Bus — Odaiba Rainbow Bus

This shuttle bus directly connects the Daiba area to the Tamachi Station East Exit, as well as Shibaura Sanchome (Tamachi Station Entrance), and Shinagawa Station Konan Entrance.

[Fee] Adults (junior high school students and older): 210 JPY, Elementary school students: 100 JPY

For detailed map and schedule, please see the “Odaiba Rainbow Bus Route Information” (available in Japanese and English), distributed at the counters of Minato City facilities and aboard the buses.

[Contact] KM Tourist Bus Call Center (7時00分 am - 10時00分 pm), (Tel: 03-6380-7701) *Japanese only

 7.Overview of Minato City Facility — Suntory Hall

The first hall built especially for concerts in Tokyo, Suntory Hall holds concerts by famous orchestras and soloists from Japan and abroad. It has both a large hall and a small hall. The large hall is distinctive for its vineyard style setup where the audience surrounds the stage. (Address: Minato City, Akasaka 1-13-1)

Once every month, an Organ Promenade Concert is held for free during lunch time on a weekday. For more details, see the Suntory Hall website below.

http://www.suntory.co.jp/suntoryhall/(外部サイトへリンク)

 8.Minato City Tag Rugby Class

The 2018 Minato City Tag Rugby Class is starting up.

It is held every month at four elementary schools: Aoyama Elementary School, Higashimachi Elementary School, Konan Elementary School, and Onarimon Elementary School.

After signing up, you can participate in all of the classes. We hope you will join us!

The application form is in Japanese.

 9.Indoor pools within Minato City public school available for use

☆People who live and work in Minato City can use the indoor pools at schools in the city☆

We hope you will take advantage of them if you are feeling tired and need to be refreshed.

[Fee] Adults: 500 JPY. Elementary, junior high, and high school students: 100 JPY. Seniors 65 and older, disabled individuals who live in Minato City, and preschool-age children 3 and older: Free

[Pool not available to the following]

Children under 3 years old

Children who are not toilet trained

People under the influence of alcohol

People with coronary disease or communicable illness

People who are prohibited by their doctor from using a pool

[Contact] Secretariat of the Board of Education, Lifelong Learning Promotion Section, Sports Promotion Subsection (03-3578-2750) *Japanese only.

 10.Tokyo Bay Area Cruise & Walking Tour

Minato City volunteer sightseeing guides show you spectacular bay area spots to take photos in English!

Includes hands-on calligraphy and origami experience.

[Date & Time] Sunday, May 20, 1時30分 pm – 4時00分 pm

[Eligibility] Elementary school students and older who understand English

[Capacity] 10 (selected by lottery if more than 10 people apply)

[Participation Fee] Cruiser fare: 600 JPY (300 JPY for children)

[Application Deadline] Sunday, May 6

You will be informed until 9時00分 pm Saturday, May 19 if the event is cancelled due to bad weather.

[Contact] Industry Promotion Section, Tourism Policy Subsection (03-3578-2552) *Japanese only

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