Monday, April 14, 2014

May 14, 2014: Japanese Rockers ONE OK ROCK to perform at Toronto's Phoenix Concert Theatre


Creators’ Lounge × Goldenvoice Canada Present
ONE OK ROCK at the Phoenix on Wednesday, May 14!


ONE OK ROCK, formed in Japan in 2005, fuse different music styles like Rock, Emo and Heavy Metal into their own unique sound. Their frenetic live performances have sold out massive arenas in Japan and they are beloved by fans of the young generation. In 2013, their 6th album “Jinsei Kakete Boku Wa” was released, and following the album, they had their biggest arena tour ever, 11 performances in 6 places all over Japan with over 100,000 in attendance.

Creators' Lounge will have a limited number of discounted tickets at $39.99 each.  For instructions on how to obtain discounted tickets, please visit the Creators' Lounge website:

http://www.creatorsloungetoronto.com/slides/one-ok-rock-in-toronto/

For more information about this event, please contact info@creatorsloungetoronto.com.

ONE OK ROCK
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
8:00 pm
The Phoenix Concert Theatre
410 Sherbourne Street, Toronto


Saturday, April 12, 2014

April 25, 2014: トロント日加協会(CJS) 主催 第6回 新住民のためのカナダ生活情報セミナー / CJS's 6th Annual SURVIVING IN CANADA Seminar

トロント日加協会(CJS) 主催 第6回 新住民のためのカナダ生活情報セミナー

日加協会(CJS)主催の第4回カナダ生活情報セミナーのご案内です。

当セミナーはトロントに滞在してる日本人を対象に開催されます。講演の内容は下記のとおり多岐に渡ります。

* トロントのコミュニティカレッジや語学学校で英語を勉強する
* 永住権を取得する
* 日本人へのサポート体制やネットワーキングづくり
* カナダ社会への適応について(日々の生活で直面する問題など)

トロントで生活を始めたばかりの皆様にとっては見逃せないセミナーです。また、語学留学やワーキングホリデーでトロントに滞在されている皆様にはネットワーキングの場として当セミナーをぜひご活用ください。

講演は日本語と英語で行われます。終了後に質疑応答の時間がありますので、ご質問がある方はこの機会をぜひ利用してください。また、レセプションでは講演者や他の

参加者と話をする絶好の機会です。新来者以外の方々のご参加も大歓迎です。参加費は当イベントの費用として使わせていただきます。参加ご希望の方はjeff@cjst.caまでご連絡ください。皆様のご参加を心よりお待ちしております。

2014年 4月25日 金曜日
6:30 p.m – 受付開始
6:45 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. 講演 - 質疑応答
8:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. レセプション(スナックと飲み物)
トロント国際交流基金(The Japan Foundation, Toronto)
131 Bloor Street West, Suite 213, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1R1
参加費: $5

※日加協会は1981年に設立されたボランティアベースの団体です。日加両国の理解と親善を深めるために活動をしています。


The Canada - Japan Society (CJS) cordially invites you to our sixth annual: “Surviving in Canada – Information for Newcomers

This long-running event is for Japanese people new to Canada; whether studying, looking to immigrate, or just surviving in the Greater Toronto Area. The purpose of this event is to make the transition to Canadian life easier by offering Japanese speakers who will share their unique experience and advice for living in Canada.

They will cover topics such as immigration, everyday life, and where to turn to for support in Canada as Japanese. They will also share their view on the challenges of living in Canada and culture adoption.

The presentations will be primarily in Japanese followed by a Q&A session. The second part of the evening includes a reception where you will have the opportunity to network and talk with the speakers and other guests over some light refreshments. Non-newcomers to Canada are also welcome. The participation fee collected by CJS will be used to cover expenses of the event.

Please RSVP to: jeff@cjst.ca

If you are a Japanese newcomer to Canada, this is an event you don't want to miss!

SURVIVING IN CANADA - INFORMATION FOR NEWCOMERS

Friday, April 25, 2014
6:30 p.m – Doors open, registration
6:45 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. (Speakers - Q&A)
8:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. (Reception)
The Japan Foundation, Toronto
131 Bloor Street West, Suite 213
Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1R1
Participation Fee: $5

www.cjst.ca

The Canada Japan Society was established in 1981 and is an independent, volunteer driven non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing relations and understanding between Canada and Japan.

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

April 3, 2014: Join us at our April Ichimoku-kai (IMK)


Is spring finally here? Feeling energetic after a long, cold winter? Then come to Canada-Japan Society's Ichimoku-kai (IMK) on Thursday, April 3rd at Manpuku Japanese Restaurant. Join us for a great evening of cultural exchange, "oishii" Japanese food and drinks, door prizes, and lots of fun!

Ichimoku-kai (IMK) literally means the “first Thursday meeting” and since 1995 it has been the Canada-Japan Society’s signature monthly social event, naturally taking place on the first Thursday of every month.  It is a great place to informally network, make new and interesting friends, practise your Japanese or English, and – most of all – have a good time!  Usually, half the attendees are Japanese and half are Canadian, all with an interest in or connection to Japan.  Attendees receive special food and drink discounts and have the chance to win some exciting door prizes.

We hope to see you there - and come early for a good seat!

ICHIMOKU-KAI
Thursday, April 3, 2014
6-10 pm
Manpuku Japanese Restaurant
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.