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Tokyo Junior Chamber Public Interest Incorporated Association Free participation “Regional Friendship Proj ect” aimed at realizing a multicultural society

Tokyo Junior Chamber Public Interest Incorporated Association [Free participation fee] “Regional Friendship Project” aiming to realize a multicultural society will be held
We are currently recruiting participants for the “Local Friendship Project” (held on July 16th) where you can learn how to find a room in Japan, and the “Shinjuku Multicultural Festival” (held on July 28th) where you can experience traditional Japanese culture such as Bon dance. !
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The Shinjuku Ward Committee of the Tokyo Junior Chamber Public Interest Incorporated Association launched the Shinjuku Ward Regional Friendship Project Executive Committee last year under the title “Regional Friendship Project Project.” We have been working with the aim of realizing a culturally coexisting society.
This year, with the aim of “helping foreigners living in Japan eliminate their inconveniences,” we will hold 1. “Regional Friendship Project” seminars where foreigners can learn how to find a room to live in Japan, and 2. We are planning a “Shinjuku Multicultural Festival” that both Japanese and foreigners can enjoy. Both events are free of charge.
We look forward to your participation.
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Project name: Regional friendship project
1. Regional Friendship Project
In a seminar format, foreigners can learn the know-how needed to find a room while living in Japan. Participation is free.
Date and time: July 16th (Tuesday) 19:00-21:00
Venue: BIZ Shinjuku (6-8-2 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku)
Speaker: Mr. Masao Ogino, Managing Director, Japan Rental Housing Management Association, Chairman of Anshin Housing Research
Participation fee/participation method: Free, on-site event only -Pre-participation application form-
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeOmcVpqK4sQ1TWGJuX-D7l3vnYTuDnbqm–MurBAMyqFw24Q/viewform?usp=sf_link 2. Shinjuku Multicultural Festival
There will be a chance to experience Bon dance, a traditional Japanese culture, and booths set up by international students. There is no participation fee.
Date and time: July 28th (Sun) 11:00-14:00
Venue: Kashiwagi Park (7-14 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku)
Participation fee: Free, on-site event only *Registration not required Co-sponsor (supervisor) Tokyo Junior Chamber Public Interest Incorporated Association Shinjuku Ward Committee
Co-sponsored by Shinjuku Hirokoji Shopping Association
Sponsored by Shinjuku Ward
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Tokyo Junior Chamber Public Interest Incorporated Association Secretariat 8th floor, Ohm Building New Building, 3-1 Kanda Nishikicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo TEL:03-6258-1515/FAX:03-6285-1516
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