To register, please register directly at the KCC office or e-mail KIRA with the name of the event, your name and your telephone number.
We put a monitor on the reception desk of the KCC Office.
Come and see pictures and videos of our activities. If you have any pictures or videos of KIRA activities, you can submit them to the KCC Office and you may be able to see them displayed as well!
Date: Sunday, June 16th
Time: 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Place: Amuser Kashiwa, 3rd floor, Cooking Room
Instructor: Anna Ohashi
Menu: Rendang (a popular homemade Indonesian beef stew) and fried bananas
Thing to bring: an apron
Capacity: 25 people (cancellation on that day is not acceptable)
Registration: Please sign up directly at the KCC office or send an e-mail to Boshufirstname.lastname@example.org
To welcome the ‘All Blacks’ rugby team from New Zealand in September to Kashiwa,
we plan to sing the national anthem of New Zealand.
Come join us to practice and memorize the national anthem of New Zealand.
Date: Saturday, July 13th
Time: 1.00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Place: Urban Design Center Kashiwa-no-ha (UDCK)
(Tsukuba Express, Kashiwa-no-ha Campus Station, 1 minute walk
from west exit, The University of Tokyo, Kashiwa-no-ha Station
Campus Satellite, 1st floor.)
Instructor: Kashiwa Rugby Football Union: education committee.
Capacity: 40 people
Registration: By Wednesday, July 10th, please sign up directly at the KCC office
or send an email to email@example.com
Japanese cloth wrapping is called Furoshiki. Furoshiki is very popular in Japan.
Once you learn the basics of Furoshiki wrapping, you can enjoy new ways
of wrapping gifts. We will even learn how to use Furoshiki as a waist pouch or a rucksack!
Date: Tuesday, July 9th
Time: 12:20 p.m. to 2:20 p.m.
Place: Palette Kashiwa, Multi-purpose Space A
Capacity: 20 people
Things to bring: an empty wine bottle, a pet bottle, or a cake box to practice wrapping.
◎We will provide the Furoshiki .
Registration: By Saturday, July 6th, please sign up directly at the KCC office or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Japanese classes in Kashiwa and Kashiwa-no-ha
KIRA Japanese classes are going to visit Tokyo. Students and teachers of the classes and their friends will visit the downtown areas of Tokyo, specifically the Shibamata area, Shibamata-Taishakuten (Temple) and Yamamoto-tei.
Date: Sunday, June 30th
Destination: Shibamata Taishakuten
Things to bring: a lunch, drinks, and a picnic mat.
◎Please ask your class teachers for more details.
Lawyers and administrative procedure specialists will be available
to help foreign residents with legal questions and documents.
Any question or problem is all right, such as visa, domestic violence,
divorce or trouble at the work place.
Please register beforehand.
Date: Wednesday, June 26th
Time: 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Place: Palette Kashiwa Room A & B
Registration: the KCC office
A training course for volunteers teaching Japanese to foreigners starts in September.
On July 1st, we will let you know the details of this course.
Place: Palette Kashiwa
Time: Every Wednesday morning, Every Wednesday morning for 20 sessions.
Information: the KCC office
No registration is necessary. Come to the KCC on that day.
Date: Every third Wednesday in the month
Time: 11:00 a.m.to 11:30 a.m.
Place: Palette Kashiwa
KIRA will show advertisements on the KIRA website and Kawaraban, the monthly
newsletter. KIRA is looking for advertisers who are interested in this opportunity.
To receive information on how to advertise with KIRA, please contact the KIRA office.
The KIRA website is linked to Daily life information sponsored by the Council of Local Authorities for International Relations (CLAIR).
The CLAIR home page provides information on healthcare, education, housing, and transportation in 13 Languages.
● URL： http://www.city.kashiwa.lg.jp/foreign/forforeigners/index.html
For those who are registered or about to be, City Hall would like to give you a manual (in several languages) on living in the city, a disaster prevention handbook, information on how to dispose of waste, and a complete set of brochures to make your life in Kashiwa easier. Get it at the Citizen Section of City Hall (building 2, 1st Floor). Inquiry: International Exchange Office, City Hall, tel. 7167-0941.
Now you can view articles from the city newsletter in English, Spanish, and Chinese by clicking "Foreign Language" at the top of the Kashiwa City official website (http://www.city.kashiwa.lg.jp/).