Okayama Prefecture Okayama Prefecture Immigration Seminar & Individual Consultation “Living in a Denim Town” (Kurashiki City / Ihara City)
[Okayama Prefecture] Migration Seminar & Individual Consultation “Denim Town” (Kurashiki City / Ihara City)
Date: Sunday, November 24, 12: 00-14: 30 Venue: Furusato Return Support Center Seminar Corner A (2-10-1 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 8th floor, Tokyo Transportation Hall)
Held an emigration consultation meeting with two cities involved in jeans and other denim products! ! “Ibara City”, which is known as “Sacred place for Japanese denim”, participates in “Kurashiki City”, the textile town, and the high quality of denim fabric. At the seminar, we are planning to share experiences with senior immigrants who have moved to both cities. Please visit us.
Okayama Emigration Seminar & Individual Consultation “Living in a Denim Town” The date and time: Sunday, November 24 from 12:00 to 14:30
Venue: Hometown Return Support Center Seminar Corner A (2-10-1 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)
Participating organizations: Okayama Prefecture, Kurashiki City, Ihara City Capacity: 20 people, participation on that day (reservation priority, first-come-first-served basis)
12: 00 ～ Participating local governments
12: 30 ~ Senior immigrant talk “G Jean making from inexperienced apparel” Taro Fukukawa
13: 00- “Senior Immigrant Talk” Living in countryside Ibara and Ihara Denim ” 13: 30 ～ Individual consultation
Kurashiki City Guest: Taro Fukukawa (Danjo Denim)
In 2017, she moved from Ibaraki Prefecture to Kojima, Kurashiki City. Entered Kurashiki City Kojima Industry Promotion Center for founders and launched the brand “Danjo Denim”. The company is responsible for the planning, design, manufacturing and sales of denim products centered on G Jean.
Ihara City Guest: Akiko Saito (Ihara City Regional Promotion Cooperation Corps) In 2017, she moved from Saitama Prefecture to Ihara City. I moved to “Ibara City” where I felt that it was a good country for my country. As a community revitalization cooperation team, they are aiming to open a café for couples while doing activities to support the activation of denim.
[Application / Inquiry]
Okayama Prefectural Nakayama / Regional Promotion Division Migration Promotion Team (Monday-Friday 9: 00-17: 00)
[Address] 〒700-8570 2-4-6 Uchiyamashita Kita-ku Okayama City Okayama Prefectural Office 8F
[Telephone] 086-226-7862 [E-mail] email@example.com
Tottori Okayama Shinbashikan “Emigration and Work Consultation Corner” (10: 00-18: 00 every day (Thursday, Friday and Saturday until 20:45)) [Address] Shimbashi Center Place 2F, 1-11-7 Shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0004 [TEL] 03-6280-6951 [E-mail] firstname.lastname@example.org
[Reservation method from the electronic application system “Reservation Form”] 1. Click “Click here to apply without registering”
2. After confirming the terms of service, click “I Agree”
3. Fill in the required information and apply
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Ihara Denim Shop
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