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Enjoying Sherlock Holmes

Author: Author unknown, Issue: February 1998, Topic: Events

As part of their cultural exchange mandate, the Ibaraki Prefectural International Exchange Office is sponsoring an event in Tsukuba on British Culture. It will be a reservations only event (first 100 applicants), and is aimed primarily at Japanese (which is the language it will be conducted in), but anyone who is interested can attend. The event will be held Feb. 23 from 1:30 to 4 pm at the Daiichi Hotel (3F), and will include two presentations by members of the "Japan Sherlock Holmes Club" as well as a presentation by a Japanese Tea Instructor who will present a short program entitled "Afternoon Tea: The Appeal of English Black Tea". A similar program on Belgium will be presented on Feb. 25 in Mito. For further information, call 029-224-7531.

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