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更新日:2018年8月17日

MIM – August 10, 2018 issue

 1.Would you like to enjoy fun conversation in Japanese? — Seeking partners for conversations with Japanese speakers —

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We are offering a chance to learn practical Japanese by matching foreigners who want opportunities to speak Japanese with Japanese people who want foreign conversation partners.

You can learn living Japanese through conversation activities in Japanese.

If you have few chances to speak Japanese or want to improve, please join us!

<Activity Details>

We match foreign language speakers with Japanese speakers based on an interview and their desired sex, age, and secondary language.

After matching partners contact each other to practice Japanese conversation, any time, anywhere. We will also let you know about events in addition to partner activities where you can enjoy Japanese conversation.

Target audience:

① Japanese people 18 and older who would like to interact with foreigners in Japanese

② Foreigners 18 and older who would like to interact with Japanese people in Japanese.

[Date and time]

The explanatory session and registration session will be held as follows.

Japanese people: Saturday, September 1, 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Foreigners:Saturday, September 8, 10:30 am – 3:30 pm

[Venue] Minato International Association

[Application] Apply to the Minato International Association by phone or email.  ☎ 03-6440-0233

minatomo@minato-intl-assn.gr.jp

[Contact] Global Community Planning Subsection, Community Promotion Section  ☎03-3578-2308

 2.Introduction of a restaurant that collaborated with us on the Commercial District Multilingual Support Improvement Project. 【Rakuman Croquettes】

Minato City helps shops in the city communicate with customers in foreign languages.

This is one restaurant we supported.

【Rakuman Croquettes】

Croquettes from Rakuman Croquettes are each made by hand daily and never frozen. Made with 100% natural ingredients and completely free from artificial flavors and preservatives, these crunch croquettes will bring you the authentic, natural savory flavors of their ingredients from the moment you take your first bite.

Rakuman has a variety of menu options for everyone to enjoy, even vegetarians!

[Address] 1-5-26 Azabujuban, Minato City

TEL: 03-6434-0664

For more details, please see the URL below.

http://www.rakuman.co.jp/(external link) (in Japanese)

 3.Competitive Karuta Class for Foreigners

Would you like to try competitive karuta, an activity made popular in manga and movies? This event allows participants to interact with Japanese culture through competitive karuta between Minato City elementary and junior high school students, and foreigners who live, work, and study in Minato City.

* English interpretation available.

[Date and time]

① Saturday, September 8, 2018, 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Competitive Karuta Class for Foreigners

② Saturday, September 15, 2018, 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Minato City Competitive Karuta Festival in Zojo-ji Temple

* Hands-on Sutra copying experience also available.* Hands-on Sutra copying experience also available.

* Participants in ① Competitive Karuta Class for Foreigners may also participate in ② Minato City Competitive Karuta Festival in Zojo-ji Temple.

[Venue] ① Minato City Municipal Lifelong Learning Center (3-16-3 Shimbashi, Minato City). ② Zojo-ji Temple (4-7-35 Shibakoen, Minato City).

[Instructor] Tokyo Municipal Karuta Association instructors and grade-holders

[Capacity] 20 (chosen by lottery)

[Application] Send the following information to the contact address: 1. The Minato City Competitive Karuta Class you would like to participate in, 2. Your name, 3. Your telephone number, and 4. Your e-mail address.

[Target Audience] Foreigners who live, work, or study in Minato City and who can read hiragana.

[Admission] Free

[Deadline] Must arrive by Tuesday, August 21

[Contact] Minato City Secretariat of the Board of Education, Education Promotion Department, Lifelong Learning Sports Promotion Section

Tel: 03-3578-2743 (Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm)

Email: minato31@city.minato.tokyo.jp

 4.Minato City Cultural Partnership Program — Full Day of Museum for Children!

On a day when the Suntory Museum of Art is closed, it will be opened up as a children’s art museum. It features a variety of programs to make looking at art fun, even though Japanese art museums can seem difficult for children.

For more information, see the Suntory Museum of Art website below.

http://suntory.jp/SMA/(external link)

[Target audience]

Elementary school students and their parents/guardians

[Date]

 Tuesday, August 28 

[Time]

10:00 am – 5:00 pm (Last entry: 4:30 pm)

[Venue]

Suntory Museum of Art

[Address] Tokyo Midtown Galleria 3F, Akasaka 9-7-4, Minato City 107-8643

[Admission fee]

Free (some programs available for a fee)

[Contact]

Suntory Museum of Art: 3479-8600 (Japanese and English)

Promotion of Art and Culture Subsection, Community Promotion Section (Tel: 3578-2538, Japanese only)

 5.Minato City Historical Forum to be held — Diplomacy in the Late Edo to Early Meiji Eras

We will host a Minato City Historical Forum, including a lecture and talk show on the topic of Diplomacy in the Late Edo to Early Meiji Eras.

At the Minato City Historical Forum, we will investigate the political and cultural interaction between Japan and other countries from the perspective of Tsuji (interpreters) and Ukiyoe (a painting style), and look at the backstage of diplomacy in the late Edo to early Meiji eras.

[Date & Time] Sunday, September 2, 2018, ① 1:30 pm – 3:50 pm, ② 5:00 pm – 7:20 pm (Session ① and Session ② have the same content)

[Venue] Akasaka Civic Center, Citizens Hall

[Lecturers]

Lecture: Dr. Naoki Kimura (Professor, Nagasaki University)

Talk show: Dr. Mayumi Sugawara (Professor, Osaka City University)

[Capacity] 400 per lecture (chosen by lottery)

[Eligibility] This forum is intended for anyone who can understand spoken Japanese. Application also available to non-residents of Minato City.

[Fee] Free

[Application] Anyone can apply by Internet or post card.

Write the following on a postcard and submit it to us at the address below: your postal code, address (note if a work or school address), name, age, daytime contact number, preferred session (write (1) for daytime session and (2) for evening session), number of participants (up to 2 per application), the name and age of any accompanying person, and whether you need sign language interpretation or childcare services. 100-8502 (No address necessary) Tokyo Shimbun Advertising Bureau, Minato City Historical Forum Office

Or, apply using the following URL. https://minato-rekishi-tanbou.com/

* Admission tickets will be sent to selected applicants.

* The forum will be held in Japanese.

[Application Deadline] Must arrive by Monday, August 13, 2018

[Contact]

Tokyo Newspaper Advertising Bureau, Minato City Historical Forum Office (10:00 am – 5:00 pm on weekdays), Tel: 6910-2483

 6.Would you like to have a casual chat in Japanese?

The International Exchange Center (IEC) at the International University of Health and Welfare, Tokyo Akasaka Campus distributes health and hospital-related information to foreign residents in the region and visitors from abroad. It is also available as a location for casual international exchange.It is also available as a location for casual international exchange.

At the Center, there are opportunities to talk freely in Japanese with local people, Monday through Friday, from 10:00 am – 12:00 noon. The title of the event is “Nihongo-de Hanaso,” or “Let’s talk in Japanese.” Why don’t you stop by?

[Contact]

International University of Health and Welfare, Tokyo Akasaka Campus

International Exchange Center Ground Floor (GF)

TEL: 03-5574-3831 *Japanese and English

FAX 03-5574-3832

E-mail akasaka.iec@iuhw.ac.jp

https://akasaka.iuhw.ac.jp/international/index.html(external link) *Japanese and English

[Admission] Free

 7.Interact with Japanese Culture!

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IUHW Tokyo Akasaka Campus International Exchange Center

Special Event in August “Let’s experience Japanese culture!”

Date & Time:

Sunday, August 19

10:00 - 11:00 “Let’s enjoy Origami together” 

14:00 - 15:00 “Japanese food manners”

Admission free, Application required

Venue:

International Exchange Center

IUHW Tokyo Akasaka Campus, Ground Floor

https://akasaka.iuhw.ac.jp/about/access/index.html(external link)

Program:

Origami session

・Making origami box

・Making origami hopping flog

・Competition with your hopping flog

Workshop on Japanese food manners

・Japanese greeting, how to bow

・Introduction of Japanese food

・Workshop: How to hold and use Japanese chopsticks

・Wrap-up and Q&A

Application:

Please email the following information to akasaka.iec@iuhw.ac.jp

・Session to attend

・Number of participants

15 participants for each session on a first-come-first-served basis

https://akasaka.iuhw.ac.jp/news/2018/04601.html(external link)

*IUHW will also hold Open Campus on the day.

https://akasaka.iuhw.ac.jp/news/2018/04411.html(external link)(Japanese language only)

 8.Take care to prevent heat stroke! 

Heat stroke causes you to become fatigued and dizzy or get a headache due to an increased body temperature. In severe cases, it can lead to loss of consciousness, and even be life-threatening. Seniors, infants, and people weakened by illness need to take special care to avoid heat stroke.

[How to Prevent Heat Stroke]

- Heat stroke can often occur, even indoors. When the temperature exceeds 28°C with over 70% humidity, you need to cool the room with air conditioning. Especially when it is warmer than your body temperature, using a fan can be counterproductive. In those cases, use the air conditioner.

- Try to avoid high temperatures and high humidity, and stay hydrated. If you sweat a lot, replenish your water and salt (electrolytes) by drinking sports drinks or slightly salted water. If you have a chronic disease, consult your primary care physician.

[Treating symptoms]

Symptoms come on quickly for heat stroke. If you do not have the stamina to drink water or if your symptoms do not improve, go immediately to a medical institution and get examined. If you do not have the stamina to get examined, immediately call an ambulance (If you are not sure whether you should call an ambulance, dial #7119).

[References]

◇ Meteorological Agency Website:
http://www.jma.go.jp/jma/indexe.html(external link) (Japanese and English)

◇ AMDA International Medical Information Center:
http://amda-imic.com/(external link)(Available in multiple languages)

We will introduce medical institutions and medical welfare systems in multiple languages.

- Consultation dates and times

English, Chinese, Korean, Thai, and Spanish: Every day from 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
Portuguese: Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Tagalog: Wednesday from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Vietnamese: Thursday from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

- Tel: 03-5285-8088

 9.UTAWIT Filipino and Japanese Music Festival to be held

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We will hold a singing competition where Filipino residents in Japan can participate.

[Date & Time] Sunday, August 12, 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

[Venue] Azabu Civic Center, Civic Hall (5-16-45 Roppongi, Minato City)

[Capacity] 237 (First-come, first-served)

[Fee] Free

[Application] No application required

[Contact] JEEPNEY PRESS, 090-2448-0124

 

 10.Event to be hosted by Romanian Embassy

14th Romanian International Music Competition

We will host an international competition of classical music.

[Date and Time] Wednesday, August 22 to Sunday, August 26, 10:00 am to 8:00 pm *Start at 11:00 am on Wednesday, August 22 and Saturday, August 25.

Preliminary competition for piano and singing (Wednesday, August 22)

Strings and winds (Thursday, August 23)

Percussions and ensemble (Friday, August 24)

Final competition for piano, percussions, ensemble, and singing (Saturday, August 25)

Strings and winds (Sunday, August 26)

Awards ceremony (Sunday, August 26)

*Some categories may be finished earlier than the scheduled time. Please contact us for more details about time, etc.

 [Venue] Takanawa Civic Center, Hall

[Capacity] 250 (first come, first served)

[Application] Not required

[Admission] Free

[Contact] NPO Romanian Music Society in Japan, 03-6869-9621 (10:00 am – 5:00 pm)

8th Romanian Exhibition — Discover Delicious Romania!

A panel exhibition of Romanian food culture will be displayed.

[Target Audience] Anyone

[Date & Time] Saturday, August 25 – Sunday, August 26, 2018, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

[Venue] Takanawa Civic Center, Exhibition Gallery

[Application] Not required

[Admission] Free

[Contact] NPO Romanian Music Society in Japan, 03-6869-9621 (10:00 am – 5:00 pm)

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