English With Katie Billboard Sunday!


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(A museum exhibition, your concert, something for sale, etc.)

1) Cellen!!!!


2012年11月28日(水)@下北沢SeedShip http://seed-ship.com/index.php

セレンPresents 「ミッドナイトシュプレヒコール」


Open:18:30 Start:19:00

Adv:2500yen Door:3000yen(Plus 1drink)





2) Meeabee Christmas Party!


Christmas party, Dec 1st 2:30 to 4:30, FREE, bring a plate (a plate of food or something to drink).



3)  Book Talk And Celebration

  • 7:00 PM
  • Kimono Wine and Grill

    1-15-28 Minami Aoyama
    Tokyo (map)

  • 12/3 Book Talk @ Kimono Wine and Grill

    12/3 from 7pm At Kimono Wine and Grill
    2500 yen includes food and one drink ticket.
    Great writers and readers networking event

    7pm Doors Open, mix and mingle
    7:30pm Ruth to present
    8:00 Q&A
    More time to get to know eachother and Ruth!

    Event ends at 9pm

    RSVP to lauren@kimonowinebar.com

    33 More Reasons to be Proud / 日本人が世界に誇れる33のこと
    by Ruth Jarman Shiraishi

    Ruth Jarman Shiraishi, author, small business owner, long time resident in Japan is the Genkiest most postitive and still practical person I know in Japan. She will be joining us to do a book talk about writing and publishing here in Japan especially for the Japanese audience. She can discuss the process, response and reasons she shared her unique perspective with her adopted country And how it has made a difference in her life. Great talk for authors, writers, publishers, editors, and interested friends! How to get your book done and out there in the world with high impact and LOW drama.

    33 More Reasons to be Proud / 日本人が世界に誇れる33のこと
    Following the disaster of March 11, 2011, the world marveled at the civilized and peaceful response of the Japanese people. Since their approach is completely “normal” in Japan, it is very difficult for a Japanese person to explain the “why” of the thought process. In this book, Ruth offers her explanation based on personal experience and a deep respect for both the Japanese and the non-Japanese style. Composed in Japanese specifically for a Japanese audience, Ruth hopes this book will encourage readers to have great confidence in their extremely valid point of view. For Japanese people in general, Globalization can feel overwhelming and engenders an impression almost everything must change to meet some unclear “global standard”. Here, Ruth presents 33 areas of Japanese lifestyle and thought process that bolster and add to the global mix as is. Japan’s subtle contribution to the ever-evolving global masterpiece can and will be profound.





Annual Kimono Holiday Movie Night!

    • Tuesday, December 11, 2012

      6:30 PM

    • Kimono Wine and Grill

      1-15-28 Minami Aoyama
      Tokyo (map)

    • Kimono Annual “It’s a Wonderful Life” Night
      – It is not christmas to me until I have watched this holiday classic film with friends and loved ones. 12/11 Tuesday Holiday Movie Night- snacks, mulled wine, hot buttered rum, and cookies- ahhhhh the good life. Start time is 7pm, 1500 yen per person includes one drink and canapes and treats, after that 500 yen cash bar including yummy holiday favorites. RSVP to Lauren@Kimonowinebar.com

      Doors open at 6:30 Movie from 7 PM RSVP to be sure to have a spot!

      directions and map at [www.kimonowinebar.com](http://www.kimonowinebar.com/)



About englishwithkatie

英語 女性 ナレーター ケイティ・アドラー http://www.katieadler-vo.com/#!__home-japanese the Perfect Vocal Touch--I am a voice over artist for NHK, Panasonic, Mitsubishi, etc! Phrase of the Day--I am the creator of tweets and videos for daily English practice immersion! --Mono-logues; Mono-fun--I am the publisher of English language materials for self-study! I am very happy to be living and working in Japan surrounded by wonderful people in a fabulous environment!

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