Australia Society Tokyo, eNewsletter Dec. issue

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               Australia Society Tokyo eNewsletter December 2009


From Australian Embassy: Pandemic (H1N1) Influenza 2009 and Australian Passport

The Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare have advised that foreigners in Japan who are defined as a designated priority group are eligible to receive the H1N1 vaccination.  If you are interested in receiving the H1N1 vaccination, please contact your local public health office or your primary care physician to inquire about vaccination eligibility and availability.  Read more>>> 

R_hitomi03_fin.jpgFrom Boudoir: An Article and Special Offer for the Members

As much as you may hate to think about it, Christmas is edging closer and once again the mad rush for finding the perfect gift begins.  Another CD…? A new perfume…?  All women love to be pampered and to feel special.   Read more>>> 


Upcoming Events:


From Downunder with Love Gala Ball, January 29 2010

Celebrate Australia Day in “007" style at the annual Australia Society Gala Ball - From Down Under with Love. Join us at the Grand Hyatt for a wonderful and fun filled evening of delicious food and drinks... Read more>>>


Aussies do Hakuba in Style, February 19-21 2010

Join your friends from the Australia Society Tokyo for a night, or the entire weekend, as they travel to Hakuba for a family friendly weekend of skiing, fine food and fun.  Adults Y12,000 all inclusive with breakfast per night  Read more>>>

Past Events:

729940628_eZvsA-M.jpgThe 2009 Melbourne Cup Report by Tony Scimonello

The Melbourne Cup is a 149 year old Australian Icon, it is the race that brings every corner of the nation to a stop.  This year The Australia Society Tokyo’s 8th annual Melbourne Cup Event was held at The Grand Hyatt Hotel Tokyo attended by 165 guests...Read more>>>

Thanks to Our Melbourne Cup Sponsors

Melbourne Cup 2009 was a great success and we would like to thank and acknowledge our Melbourne Cup sponsors.  Read more>>>

mail22.jpgChildren's Christmas Party Report by Bindi Codrington

Another huge success, the Australia Society Children's Christmas Party was held on Sunday 29 November at the embassy.  This well attended and popular event was enjoyed by all with lots of fun, laughter, games and a visit from Santa.  Read more>>> 

 What's on in Japan

IMG_0866.JPGQuick and Easy Recipe: Ozouni---New Year’s Mochi Soup


Japanese people cook and eat ‘Ozouni’ during the New Year period, in addition to ‘Osechi ryourii’, which is another typical New Year’s food.  While Osechi ryouri can be a little complicated to prepare, it takes only 10 minutes to cook Ozouni.   Read more>>>



 Seasons Greetings




 We wish you all a safe and happy festive season 

  and look forward to seeing you in the New Year.    


~Australia Society Tokyo  Steering Committee~



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