Newsletter May Issue

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    Australia Society Tokyo eNewsletter May 2010

 News

President's Report 2010 by Michael Marlay

This year the Society made efforts to focus more on our support of local charity by allocating proceeds from each of our annual events, rather than soley allocate the proceeds of our annual Australia Day Ball.  In what was a challenging year for the Ball, this certainly proved a smart move and has allowed us to accrue 4.5 million yen for charity.  Read more>>>  

President's Farewell Message by Michael Marlay

After two years as Australia Society Tokyo President, and about six on the Committee, this is my last contribution to the Society’s Newsletter (at least for the next year or so). While I am not one of those relocating from Tokyo at this stage, work is taking up more and more time and as a result I do not feel that I am able to contribute to the Society to the level that it deserves.  Read more>>>

 Events

Upcoming Events:

Family Spring BBQ, May 16, 2010 - SOLD OUT

Get out your picnic blankets... Come and enjoy the end of spring with a BBQ picnic, drinks and games at the Australian Embassy gardens  Read more>>> 

Coffee Morning,  May 27, 2010

A great chance to meet Australian families in Tokyo.  Read more>>>  

Annual General Meeting, May 2010

 

Details to be announced soon.

 

 What's on in Japan

Boudoir Day Spa: Special Offer for Members

Our faces reveal a lot about our personalities and the way we live.  Our laughter lines, freckles, wrinkles, bright eyes give our faces character.  It’s important to take care of your skin from your early 20’s and do not neglect your facial requirements.   Read more>>>

Fishing?  Dining?  A Seafood Chain Izakaya in Japan by Kuniko Noguchi

“Can you find an interesting and unusual restaurant to go to?"  One of my Australian friends said so when he told me that he would visit me in Tokyo.  “Well, hmmm.  An interesting and unusual restaurant…”  Then I just came up with ‘Zauo’, a seafood chain izakaya in Japan, which has a large wooden fishing boat in the center surrounded by fish pool area!  Read more>>>

 

 

 

 

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