The Canada Japan Society and the Japan Foundation proudly presents a lecture by Tokio K. Ohska onYuzuru: the Twilight Crane, the first Japanese Opera performed in Japanese by a European cast.
Please come out and enjoy an intriguing evening with Tokio Ohska and find out why a
noted Doctor of Physics would want to direct a Japanese Opera!
Friday, October 15, 2010
The Japan Foundation Toronto
131 Bloor St. W, Suite 213
Toronto, ON M5S 1R1
Time: 6:30 pm
Seating is limited so PLEASE RSVP to JEFF@CJST.ORG
The lecture will be in English followed by a short Q&A session and reception.
Light refreshments will be served. For more informaon please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday, October 4, 2010
Posted by Canada Japan Society at 1:28 PM
It sure feels like Autumn outside....so it's the perfect time to stay warm and enjoy the Canada Japan Society's Ichimokukai!
Ichimoku-kai literally means the "first Thursday meeting" and since 1995 it has been the Canada Japan Society of Toronto's monthly social event, naturally on the first Thursday of every month.
It is a great place to make new friends, practice your English and/or Japanese, informally network, learn more about life in Canada and Japan, and most of all…have fun! Our attendees are usually around 50 percent Canadian and 50 percent Japanese, all with a common interest or connection with Japan.
At Ichimoku-kai you will receive special food and drink discounts and have the chance to win some exciting door prizes.
It will be lots of fun, so make sure to get there early for a seat!
Thursday October 7th
6pm to 10pm +
105 McCaul Street
Units 29-31 (in the Village by the Grange building, south of the Food Court)
There is a $5 cover charge for non-CJS members. Discounts are available for groups of three or more people.
Posted by Canada Japan Society at 1:25 PM