GR Japan IPF Breakfast "The View from Washington DC - The US Midterm Elections and U.S.-Japan Relations"
GR Japan extends an invitation to ACCJ members and their guests for a breakfast meeting in its ‘IPF (International Policy Forum)’ series, welcoming Dr. Sam Potolicchio, a professor of Georgetown University, on Friday, December 7. Professor Potolicchio will share his insights on the US midterm elections and US-Japan relations.
Previous speakers in the series include First Lady of Japan, Akie Abe in 2014, and former Bank of Japan deputy governor, Hiroshi Nakaso in 2015.
Event details are as follows:
Title: GR Japan IPF Breakfast "The View from Washington DC - The US Midterm Elections and U.S.-Japan Relations"
Date: Friday 7 December
Time: 7:45 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. (doors open at 7:30 a.m.)
Speaker: Dr. Sam Potolicchio, Director of Global and Custom Education, McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown University
Venue: GR Japan Meeting Room 301
To register and for further information please visit the GR Japan website at:
【日時】 12月7日（金）午前7時45分～9時(開場 7時半）
【会場】 GR Japan会議室
・Date: Sunday, November 11, 2018
・Registration deadline: October 28 (Register here)
・Venue: Daiba Symbol Promenade Park Yume no Hiroba Tokyo Japan
・Organizer: “International Friendly Run 2018 Executive Committee”
・Sponsored by: Minato-ku Int'l Association.
・Supported by: Addidus Airlines
For full details, see the event flyer here.
○Registration in English: https://www.sportsentry.ne.jp/entry/t/75917/e
※Registration will close when the race is full.
Date: Sunday, November 4, 2018
Venue: Roppongi Junior High School, 6-18-6 Roppongi, Minato-ku
Registration: Call 03-5114-8802 (9:00–17:00, Japanese and English)
A major earthquake could strike at any time, anywhere in Japan. Join the Minato Disaster Preparedness Drills to visit training sites and practice what you should do in such an event. Activities for children are also included. You will be accompanied by English-language interpreters. For details, please view this PDF.
To celebrate last year's successes and raise funds for next year's challenge, Sunshine announces a one-evening gala celebration at the beautiful Roppongi Hills Club on the 51st floor of Tokyo's Roppongi Hills.
Come for an evening of laughter and leave with a piece of Broadway in your heart!
Date: Thursday, October 18
6:30pm Open Bar
7:00pm Rakugo Performance by Katsura Sunshine (in English and Japanese, and a bit of Chinese)
7:30pm Sunshine Special Report on Rakugo and Broadway
8:00pm Wonderful Buffet Dinner Reception
ACCJ Member Special Ticket Price: JPY 10,000 (Regular price: JPY 20,000)
(Includes dinner, all drinks, performance, and a donation to Rakugo off-Broadway)
Tickets are limited to 200 patrons.
All tickets must be purchased in advance.
To purchase tickets: Email Marie Fukuda at email@example.com
Thank you in advance for your generous support and see you at Roppongi Hills Club!
Date: Tuesday, October 23 (Doors open at 16:45)
Venue: Otemachi Park Building 3F, Mitsubishi Estate Conference Room
(1-1-1 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)
Capacity: 150 seats
Admission: Free (Pre-registration required)
Host: Wakayama Prefecture
Event Flyer and Registration Information (Japanese only):
日時：10月23日（火）17時 – 19時30分（16:45開場）
It has been ten years since the 2008 banking collapse and the start of the global financial crisis. A decade later, the global economy is growing, and the global market bust of ten years ago seems like a distant memory.
As a governor of the Federal Reserve from 2006 to 2009, Chicago Booth professor Randall Kroszner took a lead role in developing responses to the global financial crisis. Similarly, as governor of the Bank of Japan from 2008 to 2013, Masaaki Shirakawa, AM ’77—the director and vice chairman of the Bank for International Settlements—spearheaded Japan’s efforts to return the financial system to stability.
What lessons have we learned from the global financial crisis? Could it happen again? Join Chicago Booth in Tokyo as Professors Kroszner and Shirakawa share their insider insights into the global financial crisis and discuss their outlook for the global economy.
Registration and reception: 6:30–7 p.m.
Dean’s Introduction: 7–7:15 p.m.
Panel Discussion and Q&A: 7:15–8:15 p.m.
Networking Reception: 8:15–9 p.m.
Date: October 24, 2018
Where: Grand Hyatt Tokyo, Residence Anise (6-10-3 Roppongi, Minato-Ku, Tokyo 106-0032, Japan)
Registration: Register at this link
The College Women's Association of Japan (CWAJ) will host its 62nd annual show from October 31 - November 4th at Hillside Forum in Daikanyama.
It will also host an Associate Show, "Beyond the First Impression: Prints from Cover Artists", which will run from October 17 - November 5th at the Fredrick Harris Gallery in the Tokyo American Club.
Admission is free to both shows and both provide the opportunity to view and buy contemporary Japanese Prints. For more information, please see their press release here.
Sabae Monodukuri Exhibition will showcase the superior technologies and products of the members of the Sabae Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Approximately 80 members will display their latest products, such as eyewear, medical instruments, and lacquerware, and demonstrate technologies. Some companies have high market shares of their products both at home and abroad.
Date & Time: Friday, October 26 and Saturday, October 27, 10 am to 5 pm
Sunday, October 28, 10 am to 4 pm
Venue: Sabae City Kyoyo-kaikan Hall
Address: 2-7-1 Sakuramachi, Sabae City
Admission Fee: Free
Organizer: Executive Committee of the Sabae Monodukuri Exhibition
Point of Contact: Sabae Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Website (Japanese Only): http://sabae-mono.jp/
More details on the event can be found here.
RENEW 2018 is Japan’s largest experience-based open market exhibition that features local industries and traditional crafts industries.
Approximately 100 factories and shops will participate in RENEW this year. Factory tours, workshops, and the RENEW Store will be offered.
Date & Time: Friday, October 19 to Sunday, October 21, 10 am to 5 pm
* Some side events will be held in the evening.
Venue: The total area of Sabae City, Echizen City, and Echizen Town in Fukui Prefecture
* All the RENEW sites are located within a radius of 10 kilometers, and free shuttle bus services will be provided for visitors.
Factory Tour Admission Fee: Free
Workshop Admission Fee: Actual expenses for materials
Local Expo Fukui Admission Fee: 300 yen
Organizer: RENEW 2018 Executive Committee
Point of Contact: RENEW 2018 Executive Committee (C/o TSUGI LLP)
Website (Japanese Only): http://renew-fukui.com/
More details on the event can be found here.
What is a community? The dictionary defines community as “a group of any size whose members reside in a specific locality, share government, and often have a common cultural and historical heritage.” However, rapid technological development and globalization have changed the nature of our communities while expanding the meaning of what a community can be. These changes have made it difficult for us to recognize what communities we belong to and what physical and social spaces we share as communities. This is especially true in large, interconnected, global cities like Tokyo.
TUJ faculty will examine the meaning and role of community in modern society from a variety of perspectives. We hope this event will be an opportunity for you to think about what community means to you and how you fit in and interact with your community or communities.
Dates: October 22, 24, 29, 31 and November 5
Time: 19:00-20:30 (doors open at 18:30)
Venue: Temple University, Japan Campus, Azabu Hall 1F, Parliament
Cost: ¥2,500 for five lectures.
Bank transfer prior to the first session required. Non-refundable.