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Master Index

1987

June 1987: Volume 1, Number 1

October 1987: Volume 1, Number 2

  • Shake, Rattle, and Roll
  • Restaurant Reviews: Casa de Nagamori, Sengei, Mori no Ie
  • A Look at the Local Honyas: Bookstores
  • Cultural Events
  • Beauty Salons
  • Getting Trim at Tsukuba
  • Asian Women's Shelter
  • Who's New in Tsukuba
  • International Cooking Class
  • Katakana Bunko
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Softball
  • Concert Review
  • Hanabi: Fireworks
  • Alien Times Needs Your Help
  • Restaurant Review: Marron Doho
  • Noise Pollution
  • Alien Times Ripoff: Need to Know Numbers

November 1987: Volume 1, Number 3

  • What Are These People Doing?
  • Tsukuba City to be Inaugurated by Merger of Local Municipalities
  • Ending Hunger
  • Cultural Events
  • The Reel Scoop: A Look at Local Video Shops
  • Japan Hospitality Trust
  • Restaurant Review: Maison de Gourmand
  • Joyful Athletic
  • Interview: Mr. Shozo Horiuchi
  • Asian Women's Shelter
  • Clubs
  • Religious Activities in English
  • International Cooking Class
  • Katakana Bunko
  • Children's Videos Available
  • Book Exchange
  • Medical Orientation Program
  • Cycling in Tsukuba
  • Joban Express Bus Schedule Changes
  • Interested in Starting a Drama Club?
  • Alien Times Needs Your Help
  • Around the Labs
  • Letter to the Editor
  • Garbage Bags of Tsukuba Unite!
  • Alien Times Ripoff: Need to Know Numbers

December 1987: Volume 1, Number 4

  • Have Yourself a Merry Kurisumasu
  • Restaurant Review: French Restaurants
  • Tsukuba-shi Hot Flash
  • Cultural Events
  • International Cooking Class
  • UPS
  • Alien Times 10K Run
  • Girls Night Out
  • Katakana Bunko
  • It's That Time of Year Again
  • Sales
  • Democrats Abroad
  • Alien Times Needs Your Help
  • Matsushiro 1-chome to Become Home to Gaijin Scientists
  • The High Cost of Overseas Calls
  • Question: Who Gets the $$$
  • Letter to the Editor
  • Alien Times Ripoff: Need to Know Numbers

1988

February 1988: Volume 2, Number 1

  • Kurata Wins Big as First Mayor
  • Restaurant Review: Lobster-Crab, Mos-Burger, Tremont Hotel Dining Room, McDonalds
  • Nengajo: New Years Post Cards
  • Ski Guide
  • 8th Annual Tsukuba Marathon
  • Cultural Events
  • Ladies Night Out
  • International Cooking Class
  • Golden Week
  • Sale
  • Katakana Bunko Needs Your Help
  • St. Valentine's Day
  • Alien Times Needs Your Help
  • Foreign Students Feel the Crunch of the High Yen
  • An International School in Tsukuba?
  • Save at the Post Office
  • Alien Times Ripoff: Need to Know Numbers

March 1988: Volume 2, Number 2

  • Mitsui Building Under Construction
  • Restaurant Review: Casa de Nagamori, 3 P's, Angelo's
  • Hina Matsuri: Doll Festival
  • Cultural Events
  • Blood Drive
  • Tsukuba SpacePort
  • Unravelling the Red Tap, Part 1: Marriage, Japanese Style
  • Alien Times 10K Fun Run
  • Ladies Night Out
  • International Cooking Class
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Endaka Yard Sale
  • Katakana Bunko
  • Bicycle Rally
  • Foreign Ladies Take Over Angelo's
  • Recycle Market
  • Best Buys: Joyful Honda, Terajima
  • Around the Laboratories
  • Alien Times Gets Ripped Off
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Alien Times Ripoff: Need to Know Numbers

April 1988: Volume 2, Number 3

  • World's Largest Buddha Planned for Ushiku
  • Restaurant Review: Fuku-sushi
  • Post Office Rates Go Down
  • Daiei Sales
  • Tsukuba Area Selected at Model International Tourism Project
  • Giant Maze Opens in Ushiku
  • Cultural Events
  • Just Get on the Shuto Expressway and go Straight Out to Tsukuba
  • Unravelling the Red Tap, Part 2: Divorce
  • Ladies Night Out
  • International Cooking Class
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Recycle Market
  • Endaka Yard Sale
  • Katakana Bunko
  • Tsukuba University Sports Classes
  • Tourist Visas for the US may be a Thing of the Past
  • Cherry Blossom Time is Coming
  • Alien Times Given Partial Credit for Removal of Signs at Narita
  • It's Time for Tsukuba to Catch Up
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Alien Times Ripoff: Need to Know Numbers

May 1988: Volume 2, Number 4

Pages 3-6 are missing from the paper version of this issue.

  • Don't Hold Your Breath, Tsukuba Residents Told As JR Debates New Joban Line
  • Restaurant Review: Shabu-Shabu
  • Life at Tsukuba Video Released
  • An Open Letter to Mr. Takeshita about Tsukuba Science City
  • Letter to the Editor
  • Alien Times Ripoff: Need to Know Numbers

June 1988: Volume 2, Number 5

  • Meat Pavilion Hits Tsukuba
  • Restaurant Review: Yakiniku Viking, Shabu-Shabu
  • Voter Registration Assistance Offered for '88 US Elections
  • Alien Times Reviewed in National Newspaper
  • Cultural Events
  • Spring
  • Unravelling the Red Tap, Part IV: On Death and Dying in Japan
  • New Postal Rates
  • Ladies Night Out
  • International Cooking Class
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Recycle Market
  • Endaka Yard Sale
  • Katakana Bunko
  • Beginning Japanese
  • Tsukuba University
  • JALT Meeting: Teaching English to Children
  • Suicide Prevention Workshop
  • Daiei Specials
  • Softball
  • Notice
  • Help Alien Times
  • New Alien Registration Law Takes Effect
  • The Issue of Fingerprints
  • Alien Times Ripoff: Need to Know Numbers

July 1988: Volume 2, Number 6

  • Alien Times: One Year Old
  • Restaurant Review: Elegance
  • Quickie the Cat Foils Intruders
  • Prefectural Government Begins Friendship Family Program
  • Voter Registration Assistance Offered for '88 U.S. Elections
  • Movies
  • Concerts
  • Nova Hall Reflections
  • Ground Broken for New Colleges
  • Enjoy Nihongo
  • The Matsuri Season is Here
  • New Information Newsletter to Supplement the Alien Times
  • Tips for Avoiding Jetlag
  • Tsukuba Research Support Center Scheduled for Completion Next Year
  • Reminder: Unwanted Pets
  • Ladies Night Out
  • International Cooking Class
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Recycle Market
  • Baseball
  • Sales
  • The Bookworm
  • Alma Patricia Coefman
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Alien Times Ripoff: Need to Know Numbers
  • Intercall Newsletter #1: June 30, 1988

September 1988: Volume 2, Number 7

  • Tsukuba's Sister Cities
  • Sorry, We're Late!
  • Daiei Sales
  • Tsukuba's Foreign Population Continues to Grow
  • Ladies Night Out
  • International Cooking Class
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Movies
  • Tsukuba's Foreign Residents Survey Results Announced
  • Cutting the Red-Tape: Re-entry Permits
  • Foreign Children and the Problem of Education
  • Tourist Information Center Gears up to Help Foreigners
  • Giant Fireworks Displays in Tsuchiura
  • See the Olympics on High Vision.
  • Letter to the Editor
  • Alien Times Ripoff: Need to Know Numbers

October 1988: Volume 2, Number 8

  • Tsukuba Shares Concern for Ailing Emperor
  • Ladies Night Out
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Guest Speaker at Tsukuba Gakuen International Speaker
  • Asahi Shinbun Gives Alien Times a Great Review
  • Alien Times Needs Your Help
  • Revised Bus Schedules
  • Concert at Bach Grove
  • International Exchange Meeting at Takezono Elementary School
  • Gakuen Church Bazaar
  • Daiei Sales
  • Nova Hall
  • Movies
  • Helpful Telephone Information Services in English
  • New Commercial Service Opens in Kukizaki
  • Welcome Furoshiki Arrives in Tsukuba
  • Overseas Parcel Post Weight Limits Increased for Many Countries
  • Telephone Counselling Services in English
  • Itte Kimasu Sale
  • Life in Tsukuba Guide Rolls Off the Press
  • Letter to the Editor
  • Leibenzeller Church Fetes Tenth Anniversary
  • Restaurant Review: Ton Q
  • Foreigners Invited to School Cultural Festival
  • Alien Times Rip-Off: Need to Know Numbers

1989

January 1989: Volume 3, Number 1

  • Science and Technology Awardees Begin Settling in at Tsukuba
  • Happy New Year from the Alien Times
  • Japan Foundation Newsletters Available to Individuals
  • Katakana Bunko: Fun in Learning
  • International Service
  • Tokyo Shinbun Features Alien Times in Series
  • Japanese Classes
  • Practical Karate Lessons Offered
  • Revised Bus Schedules
  • Anna Hamakoji Named Advisor
  • Go Fly a Kite
  • Shikoku Wraps Up Season with a Win
  • Restaurant Review: Sushi Sansho
  • Restaurant Review: Tsuchiura's Kagetsuro
  • Alien Times Rip-Off: Need to Know Numbers

February 1989: Volume 3, Number 2

  • Billion-Plus Project Plans to Aid Hi-Tech Industry
  • Restaurant Review: Jaya Kanka
  • Teach A Course
  • Koryu: What Works and What Doesn't
  • Movies
  • Archaeology Anyone
  • Nova Hall
  • International Exchange
  • International Cultural Exchange Meeting: Australian Research and the Sydney Lifestyle
  • Tsukuba Toastmasters
  • English Map Planned for Tsukuba
  • Tsukuba City Guide
  • JALT Meeting: My Own Children Can't Speak English
  • Tsukuba's First Public Library
  • Revised Bus Schedules
  • Religion? Politics? Or Hooey?
  • Alien Times Rip-Off: Yellow Pages

April 1989: Volume 3, Number 3

  • Pizza
  • Restaurant Review: Chin Rai
  • Movies
  • Nova Hall
  • Art Exhibit
  • 6th Tsukuba Arts Festival
  • Folk Dancing
  • My Own Children Can't Speak English
  • Sumo
  • Softball
  • Alien Times Fun Run
  • KEK Director Retires
  • International Service: Tsukuba Gakuen Church
  • Yuko Yuhara Gets Promotion
  • Ladies Night Out
  • Special Jazz Night at Aku-Aku
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Alien Times Rip-Off: Yellow Pages

May 1989: Volume 3, Number 4

  • Back on the Track
  • Restaurant Review: Trattoria Fiore
  • Sacred? Secular?
  • Movies
  • Iris Exhibit
  • Intensive Japanese for Beginners
  • New Prime Minister Uno Look-Alike Contest
  • Nova Hall
  • Interested in Map Making?
  • Eastern Leagues Baseball Comes to Tsukuba
  • International Tennis School Opens in Tsukuba
  • Sumo
  • Softball Appeal
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Editorial: When is Too Much Enough?
  • Ladies Night Out
  • Alien Times Rip-Off: Yellow Pages

September 1989: Volume 3, Number 5

  • Sister City Ties Between Tsukuba and Irvine Finalized
  • Correction
  • Irvine's Mayor has Interesting Sideline
  • JALT: Activities of the World Youth Communication Club of Tsukuba
  • Sumo
  • Concerts
  • Our Apologies
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Katakana Bunko
  • Making Tsukuba an International City
  • International Exchange Room
  • Alien Times Rip-Off: Need to Know Numbers

October 1989: Volume 3, Number 6

  • Tsukuba Central Police Seek to Serve and Protect
  • In Answer to Your Trust
  • 110 Emergency Number
  • Traffic Rules for Everyone to Follow
  • Apprehending Criminals
  • A Guide to the Various Sections Within the Police Department
  • Foreign Resident Helps Catch Arsonist
  • FM Radio Listening in the Kanto Region
  • Bilingual Tsukuba Map Available
  • JALT Meeting: History and Present State of Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language
  • Katakana Bunko
  • Bazaars
  • Restaurant Review: Takarajima
  • Merci Beaucoup
  • Has "Life in Tsukuba" Come to an End
  • Concerts
  • Movies
  • International Cultural Exchange Group
  • Religious Activities in English
  • International Exchange Room
  • Wanted
  • Congratulations
  • Keeping Informed of What's Going On In Tsukuba Takes Everyone's Co-operation
  • Letter to the Editor: Kindness

November 1989: Volume 3, Number 7

  • Tsukuba Finally Gets One Area Code
  • New International Phone Companies Give Callers an Alternative to KDD
  • AM Radio Listening in the Kanto Region
  • Book Exchange
  • Video Tapes to Lend
  • Religious Activities in English
  • International Exchange Gatherings
  • Ladies Night Out
  • Nihonjin Tsuma no Kai
  • Movies
  • Letter to the Editor
  • Alien Times Yellow Pages
  • Intercall Newsletter #26: November 17, 1989

December 1989: Volume 3, Number 8

  • Merry Christmas: Have Yourself a Merry Kurisumasu
  • Tsukuba Plans New Housing Complex for Foreigners
  • New Heliport Scheduled for Tsukuba
  • Alien Times
  • Police Department Clarifies Rules on Obtaining a Japanese Drivers License
  • Shortwave Radio Listening
  • Tsukuba Information Center to Close Down Temporarily
  • Movies
  • MMR Vaccination: Some Facts
  • Letters to the Editor
  • It's an International Problem

1990

January 1990: Volume 4, Number 1

  • Giant Umbrellas to Grace Skyline as Christo Comes to Ibaraki
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Movies
  • Tsukuba Personalities in Focus: Hisa Shibata
  • Good News for Our Readers
  • JALT Meeting: Communication Activities and Dictation
  • Editorial Policy
  • Letter to the Editor
  • Alien Times Yellow Pages
  • Intercall Newsletter #28: January 16, 1990

February 1990: Volume 4, Number 2

  • Tsukuba Festival '90: A Tale of Two Cities?
  • Restaurant Review: Restaurant 294
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Tsukuba Personalities in Focus: Shozo Horiuchi
  • Plans for New Tsukuba City Hall to Be Finalized
  • Letter to the Editor
  • In Memorium
  • Shopping Hints
  • JALT Meeting: Classroom Communication Activities
  • Wanted
  • Intercall Newsletter #29: February 16, 1990

March 1990: Volume 4, Number 3

  • Supplemental English Language Education Planned for Grade School Children
  • Questionnaire on English Supplementary Education
  • City of Tsukuba Looking for English Teacher to Help in Junior Highs
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Movies
  • Tsukuba Festival '90
  • Mitsui Building to Open
  • Tsukuba Personalities in Focus: Makoto and Keiko Shoji
  • JALT Meeting: Life and Education in Different Countries
  • Free Legal Advice Available for Foreigners
  • Letter to the Editor
  • Intercall Newsletter #30: March 10, 1990

April 1990: Volume 4, Number 4

  • New Colleges to Open in Tsukuba
  • Dai-Ichi Hotel Adds New Annex Unit
  • Alternatives to the Long Lines at Otemachi Immigration
  • Some Tips on Buying Airline Tickets
  • Restaurant Review: Chikuzen
  • Movies
  • Congratulations
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Need a Part Time Job?
  • Alien Time Picnic
  • International Exchange Volleyball Tournament
  • JALT Meeting: Using Music in the Classroom
  • Katakana Bunko: Practice or Upgrade your Japanese
  • Tsukuba Spring Festival
  • Flowers and Greenery: Sports Week

May 1990: Volume 4, Number 5

  • Tsukuba Cultural Center "ARS" Schedule to Open
  • Tsukuba Junior College Begins Classes
  • Enjoy Art and Antiques? Join Koi!
  • Improve Your Speaking Skills with Toastmasters
  • International Training in Communication (ITC)
  • JALT Meeting: Recenly Published Communication Texts
  • Karaoke Contest
  • Restaurant Review: Alpa Hotel Chinese Restaurant
  • More Than Skin Deep: Inside the Miss Tsukuba Competition 1990
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Movies
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Book Exchange

June 1990: Volume 4, Number 6

  • Committee Formed to Begin Work on International School
  • Status of JISTEC Supplementary School
  • Looking for English Books to Read?
  • Plans Announced for the New Joban-sen Connecting Tsukuba to Tokyo
  • Summer Cabin for Rent
  • Distributing the Alien Times
  • Touch and Feel
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Classical Indian Dance
  • Wanted
  • Iris and Hydrangea Blossoms
  • JALT Meeting: Business English
  • Movies
  • Concerts
  • Alien Times Yellow Pages

July 1990: Volume 4, Number 7

  • Tsukuba Expo Center: A Window to the Future
  • Tsukuba Personalities in Focus: Kimio Fukushima
  • Farewells
  • Summer Fun in the Tsukuba Area
  • Wanted
  • Just for Laughs
  • Tsukuba Information Center Offers New Services
  • Inaugural Coffee Hour
  • Letter to the Editor
  • 1990 Summer Festival
  • Movies and Concerts
  • Religious Activities in English

September 1990: Volume 4, Number 8

  • Foreign Buyers Club Co-op to Organize
  • User Shaken: A Way Around the Shaken Racket?
  • Shopping Tips
  • International School Booth to be at Fall Festival
  • JALT Meeting: Three Little Words (A, An, The)
  • Restaurant Review: Woody Carrot
  • Wanted
  • Movies
  • Concerts

October 1990: Volume 4, Number 9

  • Giant Fireworks Display to Light Up Tsuchiura Sky
  • Revised Edition of Life in Tsukuba to be Published
  • New Message Board at Center for Institutes
  • Some Notes on Banking Services
  • Sending Money Abroad: The Post Office
  • Petition Seeks to have the City of Tsukuba Declared a Non-Nuclear Peace City
  • Letter to the Editor
  • JALT Meeting: Public Speaking as a Tool for Language Acquisition
  • Movies
  • Concerts

November 1990: Volume 4, Number 10

  • National Holiday Declared for Emperor's Enthronement
  • November 13 is Also a School Holiday
  • Foreign Buyers Club Order
  • Bach Grove: A Unique Experience
  • Coffee Hour
  • Concerts
  • Movies
  • Tsukuba Museum of Art
  • Sohhoh Sai: Tsukuba University Festival
  • Where the Gaijin Are: Tsukuba Hangouts
  • Editorial: The Danger of Speaking Out on Controversial Issues
  • Alien Times Picnic

December 1990: Volume 4, Number 11

  • Tsukuba-Tokyo Express Bus to Change Route
  • Tokyo Phone Numbers to Add an Extra Digit
  • New Long Distance Phone Companies Compete with NTT
  • Movies
  • Concerts
  • Tsukuba Intercultural Exchange Group
  • Coffee Hour
  • Area Churches to Hold Special Christmas Events
  • Letter to the Editor
  • A Quiet Place
  • Where are the Gaijin?
  • Home for the Holidays?
  • Hungry? An Excellent Guide to Japanese Foods

1991

January 1991: Volume 5, Number 1

  • Interntionalization in Tsukuba: A Difficult Task
  • The Need for an International School
  • Some Changes Needed in the Rules
  • TWICE: Tsukuba Women's International Cultures Exchange
  • Movies
  • Concerts
  • Alien Times Yellow Pages

February 1991: Volume 5, Number 2

  • National Research Institute for Metals Expanding
  • Life in Tsukuba: Revised Edition to be Available Soon
  • Foreign Buyers Club Order
  • Recycing Movement Gaining Ground
  • Movies
  • Concerts
  • What Ever Happened to the Tsukuba Spaceport?
  • And What About the World's Largest Buddha?

March 1991: Volume 5, Number 3

  • Who are the Foreigners in Tsukuba?
  • New Conveniences at Narita Airport
  • Airline Discount Fares in the U.S.
  • JALT Meeting: New Listening Materials and the Use of Video in the Classroom
  • Cars, Trucks, Scooters, and Motorcycles
  • Movies
  • Wanted
  • Concerts
  • Coping With Life Outside Your Homeland
  • Chocolate War for Valentine's Day
  • Special Gift on St. Valentine's Day / White Day
  • Recipe of the Month: Tofu and Tuna Salad
  • International Cooking Class
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Plum Blossom Time is Here

April 1991: Volume 5, Number 4

  • Prospects for International School Improving
  • Foreign Researchers Apartment Building Nears Completion
  • Tsukuba College of Technology Opens New Campus for the Blind
  • Shopping Hints
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Tsukuba University Offers Classes Open the Public
  • City Merger Update
  • Recycling og Garbage: Changes in the Garbage Collection System
  • Papua New Guinea Student Honored
  • Congratulations
  • Movies
  • Concerts
  • International Cooking Class
  • JALT Meeting: Language Education in Other Countries
  • O-Hanami! Poetry and Debauchery under the Cherry Blossoms
  • Alien Times Yellow Pages

May 1991: Volume 5, Number 5

  • International Schools Services Representatives Visit Tsukuba
  • Flower Park Shangri La: A Colorful Experience
  • Yumoa Ninja Village
  • Life in Tsukuba Booklet Available
  • Distribution of the Alien Times: Sometimes a Difficult Task
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Recipe of the Month: Homemade Granola
  • Restaurant Review: Tenkai
  • Alien Times Picnic
  • Letters to the Editor
  • JALT Meeting: Poetry in the English Language Classroom
  • Foreign Buyers Club Order
  • Concerts
  • Movies
  • Tsukuba International Students Association (TISA) Events
  • Texas Instruments Opens New International Research Center
  • How Do You Make Japanese Friends?

June 1991: Volume 5, Number 6

  • Tsukuba International Center: A Window to the World
  • Iris and Hydrangea Blossoms
  • Looking for English Books to Read?
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Forum on Overseas Conditions
  • International School Update
  • Editorial Policy
  • Letter to the Editor
  • Tsukuba International Cultural Exchange Group
  • JALT Meeting: Good Teacher as Good Manager
  • Concerts
  • Movies
  • Amnesty International to Give Presentation

July 1991: Volume 5, Number 7

  • Thailand-Born Miss Tsukuba Ends Reign
  • Amnesty International Organizational Meeting
  • Foreign Buyers Club Order
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Concerts
  • Movies
  • Summer Homestay in Hokkaido
  • International School Update
  • Japanese Language Study
  • Tips on Enjoying Life in Tsukuba
  • Letter to the Editor
  • Cross Cultural Discussion Group Meets Every Saturday
  • JALT Meeting: Recently Published Teaching Materials
  • Alien Times Yellow Pages

August 1991: Volume 5, Number 8

  • Supplementary English Language School Co-op to Begin in September
  • International School Update
  • Summer Festival Time Has Arrived
  • JALT Meeting: Large Class Management
  • Condolences
  • Congratulations
  • Foreign Buyers Club Order
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Cross-Cultural Youth Camp
  • Concerts
  • Movies

September 1991: Volume 5, Number 9

  • Autumn Festival Time is Here
  • International School Update
  • Professional Golfers to Visit Tsukuba
  • Religious Activities in English
  • The Bookworm: A Bookstore of English Books
  • Concerts
  • Movies
  • High Energy Physics Lab to Have Open House
  • JALT: Large Class Management

October 1991: Volume 5, Number 10

  • Giant Umbrellas to Open Up Rain or Shine
  • Hitachi National Seaside Park
  • Giant Fireworks to Light Up Tsuchiura Sky
  • Tsukuba's Foreign Scientists to be Surveyed in Research Policy Study
  • 1991 Survey of Foreign Scientists and Researchers in Tsukuba
  • Tsukuba International Cultural Exchange Group
  • Krissman International Tennis Schools Offering Lessons
  • Bazaar Day
  • Association of Foreign Wives
  • Tsukuba Junior College Holds Charity Disco
  • International School Update
  • JALT Meeting: JET Programme
  • Two New Information Sources
  • Goodyear Opens Plant in Ami
  • Ibaraki International Association Logo Contest
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Intercall Newsletter #50: October 1, 1991

November 1991: Volume 5, Number 11

  • 27% Growth in Number of Foreign Researchers and Students Reported Over Past Two Years
  • Multinational Technoparks Dot Landscape of Tsukuba
  • Alien Times to Adjust Publication Date
  • November 12 is a School Holiday
  • Recycling Efforts Still Only Drop in Bucket
  • International School Update
  • Kasama Yaki to be Displayed in Tsukuba
  • International Ski Tour
  • Tsukuba Marathon
  • Concerts
  • Japanese Language Speech Contest for Foreigners
  • International Tennis Group to Form
  • Chyrsanthemums on Display
  • Religious Activities in English

December 1991: Volume 5, Number 12

  • International School to Start in Tsukuba
  • Merry Christmas!
  • Preparing for the Japanese New Year's Holidays
  • Getting Around By Bus in the Tsukuba Area
  • Tsukuba University Open Classes
  • Wanna Fly to Mars?
  • Wednesday Nights at Shakey's
  • International Community Calendar Offered by TELL
  • Home for the Holidays
  • Elections
  • Babysitting Co-op
  • Wanted
  • Alien Times Back Issues
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Alien Times Yellow Pages

1992

January 1992: Volume 6, Number 1

  • Toys-R-Us Makes Big Splash
  • Traffic Congestion Shortcuts
  • Amnesty International Chapter to Organize
  • White Day
  • Joban Shinsen Train Line to Tokyo to Begin Construction
  • International Cooking Class
  • JR Holiday Pass Offers Savings
  • Coffee Hour
  • Good Places / Bad Places
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Foreign Buyers Club
  • Concerts
  • Free Cello Concert
  • JALT Meeting: A Historical Perspective of Language Teaching
  • Religious Activities in English

February 1992: Volume 6, Number 2

  • Nobel Prize Winner Ezaki Elected University President
  • Ume at Kairakuen
  • Amnesty International Chapter to Organize
  • International School Update
  • Geological Museum: Well Worth a Visit
  • NHK: What is it and Why Do We Have to Pay For it?
  • Locals Recognized by Prefecture for Promotion of Internationalization
  • JALT Meeting: Getting Students to Talk
  • Babysitting Co-op Potluck Dinner
  • Concerts
  • Hina Matsuri
  • Tsukuba Elects New Mayor
  • Good Places / Bad Places
  • Looking for Good Books?
  • New Jazz Dance Class
  • Religious Activities in English

March 1992: Volume 6, Number 3

  • Detention Center for Illegal Aliens to be Built in Ushiku
  • Undocumented Workers Estimated Over 300,000
  • Human Rights Abuses Cited
  • Called Symbol of Internationalization
  • World's Largest Statue of Buddha to Stand Guard
  • Kasumi Store Leads the Way in Recycling
  • Professor Asano to Retire
  • International Cooking Class
  • Need a Bicycle?
  • Krissman International Tennis School
  • JALT Meeting: Video in the Classroom
  • Square Dance
  • Tsukuba Toastmasters Club
  • Flower Arranging Class to Begin
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Foreign Buyers Club Order
  • Tengu Natural Foods
  • Three Thai Hostesses Being Tried for Murder
  • Concerts

April 1992: Volume 6, Number 4

  • Science and Techonology Week
  • Cultural Programs offered at the Tsukuba International Exchange Room
  • Flower Park Shangri-La: A Colorful Experience
  • International School Update
  • Religious Activities in English
  • International Cooking Class
  • Moving Sale
  • Foreign Residents in Japan and the National Health Insurance Plan
  • JALT: Classroom Techniques for Developing Oral Skills
  • Just Get on the Shuto Expressway and go Straight Out to Tsukuba
  • Concerts
  • Yumoa: Ninja Village

May 1992: Volume 6, Number 5

  • City of Tsukuba Officially Backs International School
  • Concerning the Foundation of the Tsukuba International School
  • Foreigners Organize Amnesty International Branch
  • Conference to Discuss Foreign Workers
  • Tsukuba University Festival
  • Japan Automobile Research Institute to Hold Open House
  • Do You Want to Teach English?
  • Flower Arranging Class
  • Tennis Lessons Offered
  • Tsukuba Rugby Festival
  • Tsukuba Faces Garbage Crisis
  • Traditional Japanese Poetry Class
  • Housing Needed
  • Peony Flower Garden in Kukizaki
  • JALT Meeting: Mining Textbooks
  • International Training in Communication
  • Where to Shop?
  • Foreign Buyers Club Order
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Concerts

June 1992: Volume 6, Number 6

  • HotRod Bosozoku Bikers Noise: A Menace to Society
  • Loud Bikers, Soft Police
  • International School Update
  • Letter to the Editor: American School or International School?
  • Miss Tsukuba Contest
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Art Therapy: A Novel But Proven Approach to Improving Emotional Well-Being
  • JALT Meeting: Mining Textbooks and Classroom Techniques for Developing Oral Skills
  • Concerts
  • Iris and Hydrangea Blossoms

July 1992: Volume 6, Number 7

  • Japan Behind the Times in CFC Recycling
  • No More Coloured Garbage Bags to be Collected by City
  • International School
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Letter to the Editor: Bosozoku
  • The Bosozoku Problem: What's Being Done About It?
  • Those 6:30am Fireworks
  • Places Where the Alien Times Can be Picked Up
  • Tips on Shopping
  • Call for Papers
  • Concerts
  • English Storytelling Time

August 1992: Volume 6, Number 8

  • Summer's Here: What Shall We Do?
  • Mount Tsukuba
  • Flower Park
  • Kasama
  • Yumoa-mura: Ninja Village
  • Sanuma Sun Beach
  • Oarai Beach and Aquarium
  • Jet Boats
  • Festivals
  • Expo Center
  • High Energy Physics
  • Geological Museum
  • Ushiku Chateau
  • Baha no Mori
  • Yukari no Mori
  • Tsukushi Aquarium Restaurant
  • Botanical Garden
  • Tsukuba Space Center
  • Tokyo Disneyland
  • Hitachi Seaside Park
  • Tobu Zoo
  • Nikko Edo Mura

September 1992: Volume 6, Number 9

  • International Elementary School Kicks Off Historic First Day of Classes
  • Loss of Two Friends
  • Ushiku Chateau Well Worth a Visit
  • Letter to the Editor: Bosozoku Problem
  • Call for Papers: Children's Education in Tsukuba
  • Absentee Ballot Deadline Around the Corner for US Election in November
  • Fireworks to Light Up the Sky
  • Japanese Classes: Fall 1992
  • Aerobics Anyone?
  • JALT: Various Methods for Teaching Younger Students
  • Tsukuba International Cultural Exchange Group: Italy, a Solar Country
  • Life in Tsukuba, From the Standpoint of the Foreigner
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Concerts

October 1992: Volume 6, Number 10

  • Conference Participants Challenged to Work Together to Improve Tsukuba
  • Postage Stams Available
  • Music Lessons
  • What Do You Do When You Meet a Blind Person?
  • A Little Kindness
  • Kenmin no Hi: Ibaraki Prefecture Citizen's Day
  • Learn Japanese at Home
  • Halloween Party
  • Recycle Bazaar
  • Tsukuba College of Technology Festival
  • Gakuen Church Bazaar
  • Band Members Needed
  • Aerobics Classes
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Concerts
  • Tsukuba Expo Center
  • Balinese Dance Troupe
  • Autumn Leaves Especially Good This Year
  • JALT Meeting

November 1992: Volume 6, Number 11

  • Kasama Yaki: Tsukuba Festival
  • Former and Present AFS Students Petition for Gun Control in the U.S.
  • Another Magnum, Another Victim
  • Coffee Hour
  • Tsukuba Marathon
  • Kasumi Opens New Cultural Center
  • Japanese Speech Contest for Foreigners
  • International Exchange Ski Tour
  • Religious Activities in English
  • JALT Meeting: National Conference Discussion
  • School Festivals
  • Foreign Buyers Club Order
  • Concerts
  • Language Exchange
  • Aerobics Classes Going Great
  • Jaws Christmas Party
  • Volunteers Needed
  • Amnesty International

December 1992: Volume 6, Number 12

  • Japan's Car Insurance System
  • Tsukuba University Open Classes: Housewife Volleyball
  • Where to Find the Christmas Spirit in Tsukuba
  • Christmas Poetry Recital
  • Preparing for the Japanese New Year's Holidays
  • Tsuchiura Begins Recycling Program for Large Appliances
  • Alien Times Could Use a Little Help from its Friends
  • Our Christmas Without Snow in New Zealand
  • 4th Annual Tsukuba Dance Festival
  • Concerts

1993

January 1993: Volume 7, Number 1

  • Among the Rice Fields, Japan Tests the International Waters
  • Cultural Foundation Offers May Useful Services to the Community
  • Restaurant Review: Restaurant 294 (Sri Lankan Food)
  • Nobel Prize Winner to Speak
  • Tsukuba School Paves the Way in Internationalization
  • Religious Activities in English
  • LDS Services Now Available in English
  • Amnesty International Staff to Speak at Local AI Chapter
  • JALT Meeting: Computers
  • Aerobics Classes
  • Rugby Class to Start at Tsukuba University
  • Concerts

February 1993: Volume 7, Number 2

  • No More Noise! Residents Oppose Bosozoku
  • Construction Starts on New Train Facilities
  • JALT Meeting: Parliamentary Procedure
  • Japanese Classes: Spring 1993
  • White Day
  • Restaurant Review: Mingei Udon
  • Hina Matsuri
  • Alien Times Could Use A Little Help from its Friends
  • A Tip
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Free English Conversation Class
  • Concerts

March 1993: Volume 7, Number 3

  • Let's Ohanami!
  • Science City Shows Off Its Science
  • Restaurant Review: The Nineteen
  • JALT Meeting: Are Tests Fair?
  • Postal Reunion
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Free English Conversation Class
  • Never a Taxi When You Need One
  • English Telephone Directory Available
  • Education Special
  • Foreign Buyers Club Order
  • Used Clothes Co-op
  • Concerts
  • Thank You...

April 1993 (Special Education Issue): Volume 7, Number 4

  • The Task of Educating International Children in Tsukuba
  • Roller Coaster Ride on the Japanese Education System
  • Tsukuba International School's First Year: Future Looks Bright
  • Educating Your Children in Japan Opens the Door to Many Difficult Questions
  • Flexibility and Basic Understanding of Japanese Culture Lead to a Positive Experience for Chris
  • Experiences in Public Junior High Schools Burst the Balloon of Japanese Educational Myth
  • Letter to the Editor
  • TIS Students Speak Out
  • Ya Gotta Have Friends, Ya Gotta Have Information
  • A Few Comments

May 1993: Volume 7, Number 5

  • World's First Guitar Culture Museum Opens in Yasato
  • JISTEC to Move to Koryu Center
  • Alien Times Restaurant Review: Red River Bar
  • Japan in the Press
  • Kamakura One-Day Trip
  • Coffee Hour
  • Used Clothes Co-op
  • PlaySchool for the Under 3s
  • Japanese Cooking Classes
  • Room Vacaant
  • JALT Meeting: Pop Songs
  • Concerts
  • Aerobics Class Looking for New Teacher
  • Found: Ladies Gold Ring

June 1993: Volume 7, Number 6

  • Cars, Trucks, Scooters, and Motorcycles
  • User Shaken: A Way Around the Shaken Racket?
  • Some Tips on Buying Airline Tickets
  • Tsuchiura Christian Church
  • Japanese Lessons
  • Events/Announcements Editor
  • JALT Meeting: Strategic Interaction
  • A Big Thank You
  • Babysitter Available
  • Concerts
  • Submissions Welcome

July 1993: Volume 7, Number 7

  • Yoshinumi Gion Matsuri
  • Hokujo Gion Matsuri
  • Ichinoya Yasaka Jinja Gion Matsuri
  • Imakashima Gion Matsuri
  • Hieda Jinja Kayanowa Matsuri
  • Mt. Tsukuba Gama Matsuri (Toad Festival)
  • Amnesty International
  • Commercial Advertising
  • Splish! Splash! Wet, Wild, and Fun!
  • Tsukushi Aquarium Restaurant
  • Jet Boating at Kasumigaura
  • Kasama and Mashiko
  • Yumoa Mura Ninja Village
  • Nikko Edo Mura
  • Hitachi Seaside Park
  • Flower Park
  • Botanical Garden
  • Zoos
  • High Energy Physics Lab
  • Geological Museum
  • Tsukuba Space Center
  • Baha (Bach) no Mori
  • Yukari no Mori
  • Ushiku Chateau
  • Tsukuba International School Update
  • Tsukuba International School Seeks Certified Japanese Language Teacher
  • Bug Off Bucko!
  • Death to All Insects!
  • Notice of Aerial Pesticide Spraying
  • Concerts
  • Wanna Help?

August 1993: Volume 7, Number 8

  • What a Bunch of Garbage!
  • The Garbage/People Problem
  • Health and Eastern Medicine Open Course
  • Dream On
  • Sightings Around the City
  • Religious Activities in English
  • JALT Meeting: Japanese For Lazy People
  • Come to Our Aerobics Class

September 1993: Volume 7, Number 9

  • Japanese Language: From the Outside Looking In
  • Japanese Language and Culture Club
  • Japanese Conversation Class
  • English Reading and Writing Class
  • Katakana Bunko
  • Rainbow Club
  • Japanese in Tsukuba: An Overview
  • Japanese Lessons
  • Toastmasters Club
  • Help the Children of Yugoslavia
  • Concerts

October 1993: Volume 7, Number 10

  • Tsukuba Leads Japan... In Traffic Fatalities
  • There is a Busing Service in Tsukuba??
  • Annual Bazaar: Tsukuba Gakuen Kyokai
  • Buying and Owning a Car in Tsukuba
  • Why an Issue on Transportation and Traffic Safety
  • Where to Pick up the Alien Times
  • Science at KEK
  • Italian Renaissance and Baroque Art
  • Tsukuba Catholic Church Bazaar
  • Free Items
  • For Black Magic and Witchcraft Lovers
  • JALT Meeting: Reports on the '93 Annual Conference
  • Toastmasters Club
  • Eric Claption in Japan
  • Jam Jam House Presents New Aspects of Tsukuba
  • Tsukuba U Movies
  • Toddler PlaySchool?
  • Babysitter Needed
  • Foreign Buyers Club
  • Nova Hall Events for November

November 1993: Volume 7, Number 11

  • Turbulent Times for Language Teachers
  • Labor Standards for Language Teachers
  • Keeping Your Status Clean in Japan
  • Let's Share
  • An Okayama Experience: The Allure of Rural Japan
  • Family Planning for Documents
  • 1993 Tsukuba International Photo Contest
  • House For Rent By Owner
  • 13th Tsukuba International Marathon
  • Nova Hall
  • What Are We Doing?

December 1993: Volume 7, Number 12

  • Holidays in Japan - A Mixture of Domestic and Imported
  • Japanese Style Kurisumasu
  • Where to Find the Christmas Spirit in Tsukuba
  • The Enigma of a Secularized Christmas, Japanese Style
  • Preparing for the Japanese New Year's Holidays
  • New Year's Resolution Japanese Style
  • Deck the Genkan with Bowls of Mochi, Fa La La La
  • Preparing for the New Year
  • Nenga Jo
  • Otoshidama
  • National Foundation Day
  • Labor Thanksgiving Day
  • Golden Week
  • Can a Japanese Easter Bunny Be Long in Coming?
  • The Beans of Setsubun
  • Autumnmal and Vernal Equinox
  • 2+2=5??
  • Violin and Piano Concert
  • Traditional Japanese Hand Towel Display
  • White Day
  • Hina Matsuri
  • Seijin no Hi: Coming of Age Day

1994

January 1994: Volume 8, Number 1

  • Bureaucracy: Difficult to Live With, But Impossible to Live Without
  • Taxation Without Representation
  • Hanko
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Academic Gathering
  • RT Culture Club
  • New Postal Rates
  • Tsukuba's Daycare System: The Bureaucracy Meets Babysaurus-wrecks
  • Letter to the Editor: Action
  • Letter to the Editor: A Real Christmas
  • Whole Wheat Flour
  • International Pen Friends
  • Old Stamps Available
  • ITC Speech Contest
  • Concerts

February 1994: Volume 8, Number 2

  • Games Japanese Play
  • Go
  • A Short History of Time or "When Does the 21st Century Begin?"
  • Video Tapes Available
  • Spring Flower Season Gets Underway with Plum Blossom Festival
  • Mahjong
  • Foreign Buyers Club Order
  • Shogi
  • Why is Gasoline So Expensive in Japan?
  • Language Games
  • More on the New Postal Rates
  • Creative House Opens its Doors
  • Aerobics Class Needs New Teacher
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Japan Association of Language Teachers (JALT) Meeting: Five Minute Activities
  • Tsukuba Information Center International Exchange Room Activities
  • Concerts
  • Fureai Ocha Kai to be Held in AiAi Mall

March 1994: Volume 8, Number 3

  • Mental Health: How to Maintain One's Balance in a Foreign Land
  • Suicide
  • Clues to Suicide
  • Myth vs. Fact: Suicide
  • Tell Your Troubles to TELL
  • Nature Heals
  • Japanese Classes: Spring 1994
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Foreign Buyers Club Fundraiser
  • Foreign Language Help Lines
  • Art Exhibit at the Gallery Gen
  • Cheap Vegetables
  • Alma Coefman Sayonara Concert
  • Steam Locomotive to Run Between Shimodata and Motegi
  • Improve Your Japanese...
  • Foreign Shopping
  • Suicide
  • Ten Twisted Thoughts that Upset Us
  • Tsukuba International School Update
  • Tsukuba City Guide 1994
  • Tsukuba Bilingual Transportation Map
  • Creative House
  • Science and Technology Week
  • Modern Japaense Wood-Block Display
  • Ibaraki YMCA Officially Opens April 1

April 1994: Volume 8, Number 4

  • Sports in Japan - A Combination of Tradition and Innovation
  • Sumo
  • Karate
  • Judo
  • Sports in the Science City
  • Kendo
  • What is the Make-A-Wish Foundation?
  • Enjoy Baseball in Japan
  • Better Living Through Martial Arts
  • Spring Festivals
  • Science and Technology Week
  • JALT Meeting: Assumptions and Expectations
  • Spring Flower Season - Get Your Cameras Ready
  • Foreign Buyers Club
  • Make-A-Wish of Japan Charity Marathon
  • Adjusting
  • City Offers English Telephone Guide
  • Expo Center to Close Temporarily
  • Earth Day Tsukuba '94

May 1994: Volume 8, Number 5

  • The Spectre of AIDS: How Will it Affect You?
  • HIV/AIDS
  • International School Meeting
  • AIDS: How Did it Happen and Why?
  • Books on AIDS
  • World AIDS Day
  • What are HIV and AIDS?
  • How Does HIV Affect the Immune System?
  • How Do You Prevent Infection by HIV?
  • Apples Donated to TIS
  • Foreign Buyers Club Supports TIS
  • TIS Petition
  • What Risk is Worth Taking?
  • Video on AIDS
  • HIV and AIDS in Japan
  • Organizations Which Help HIV and AIDS Victims
  • How Do I Test for HIV?
  • Where Do I Go or Call to Get Help?
  • Need to Talk?
  • Hope on the Horizon: 1993 International AIDS Conference
  • Why the Fear of AIDS Patients?
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Direct Bus to Narita Airport Begins
  • New Tsukuba Bus Route
  • Japanese Tutoring
  • Help Wanted
  • Creative House Art Therapy Schedule
  • Foreign Buyers Club Order
  • Wanted: Bicycle
  • Alien Times: Feedback Sought
  • Japanese Cooking Class

June 1994: Volume 8, Number 6

  • Kindergarten and Pre-Schools
  • Putting Your Child in a Day Care Nursery
  • Kindergartens in Japan
  • Tsukuba International School Hires New Teacher
  • Aerobics
  • List of Kindergartens/Pre-Schools
  • Tsukuba Network to Open English Bulletin Board
  • English PlaySchool
  • City and Prefectural Support for TIS Sought through Petition
  • Harry Burton-Lewis: Making a Good Recovery
  • Petition to the Tsukuba City and Ibaraki Prefectural Governments
  • New Expressway Route Announced
  • Tsukuba Medical Center Introduces Volunteer Translator Service
  • Narita Bus Service
  • ITJ Offers to Help the Alien Times
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Saint Matthew Passion to be Performed
  • Japanese Classes: Fall 1994
  • Used Clothes Co-op
  • Miyabiryu Kumihimo Exhibition at Gallery Gen

July 1994: Volume 8, Number 7

  • Dealing with Handicaps
  • The Handicapped in Tsukuba: Schooling and Beyond ... Linda Onishi
  • Ibaraki YMCA Serves Mentally Challenged
  • The Challenged/Handicapped - A Few Thoughts
  • An Interview with Jorge Romero
  • One Day Sumo Tournament in Tsukuba
  • The Jaycees ask the Gaijin...
  • Good Luck Larry
  • Restaurant Review: El Torito
  • Tsukuba Expo Center Renewal
  • Tsukuba Network Launches English Bulletin Board
  • Index to Previous Alien Times Articles
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Japanese Classes: Fall 1994
  • Ochugen: Still Time
  • Concerts
  • Tsukuba Museum of Art
  • Creative House Summer Schedule
  • Healing Through Art Display

August 1994: Volume 8, Number 8

  • Where Are We Going?
  • International School Begins Third Year of Operation
  • Those Famous Frogs
  • Take Tombo
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Wanted: Part Time Apartment Share
  • Ushiku Acadia Mantou Festival
  • JALT94: Back to Basics
  • Alien Times
  • Oshaberi Time
  • Tsukuba Matsuri
  • Last Summer - A Few Thoughts on Life, Death, Physicians, and Hospice

September 1994: Volume 8, Number 9

  • Foreign Laborers in Tsukuba: Who is Doing that 3-K Work?
  • Seeing I to I
  • Fireworks to Light Up the Sky
  • Shimotsuma Sanuma Festival
  • Kasama Pottery Exhibition
  • Foreign Buyers Club
  • Jaycees to Sponsor Tsukuba Citizens Forum
  • Japanese Classes: Fall 1994
  • Tea for Two
  • International School Needs Volunteers
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Newest Addition to Tsukuba International Community
  • Creative House News
  • Tsukuba Photo Contest '94
  • Free Tickets to Modern Art Exhibit
  • Concerts
  • Shimodate Noh Performance in the Bonfire Light

October 1994: Volume 8, Number 10

  • Are You Safe in Tsukuba?
  • Crime Prevention: Everyone's Duty
  • Crime in Tsukuba
  • 110, The Number to Call
  • Safety First
  • Festivals
  • New Attempts at Lowering the Noise Level
  • Break-In in Tsukuba
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Experience Japanese Culture
  • Jaycees to Sponsor International Sports Day
  • Tsukuba Citizens Conference 1994
  • Events
  • Daigo in Autumn is Apple Town
  • Alien Times T-Shirts Available
  • Car for Sale
  • Books and Videos Available
  • Concerts
  • Free Space K Opens
  • Foreign Buyers Club Order
  • Church Bazaar

November 1994: Volume 8, Number 11

  • Alien Times Themes for 1995
  • Nature Museum and Park Opens in Iwai
  • Flactured Language Humour
  • Construction on New Train Line to Tokyo Begins
  • International School Open House / Mini Bazaar
  • Toward a More User-Friendly Tsukuba
  • See You at the Corner of Einstein Street and Newton Road
  • Amnesty International Christmas
  • Ibaraki YMCA Sponsors Art Exhibition of Sadao Watanabe
  • Foreign Buyers Club Order
  • JALT Meeting: Using Multi-media in the Classroom
  • Seeking Homestay
  • Car Gang Noise Moves Elsewhere
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Pizza Anyone?
  • Tsukuba Dance Festival '94
  • Volleyball Anyone?

December 1994: Volume 8, Number 12

  • The Changing Face of Tsukuba
  • Where to Find the Christmas Spirit in Tsukuba
  • Preparing for the Japanese New Year's Holidays
  • Travel Tips ... Antonio Arribas
  • Left is All Right
  • Mini-SL Park
  • The Changing and Improving (?) Face of Tsukuba
  • Last Minute Christmas Decorations
  • Wanted: Aerobics Instructor
  • New Counselling Service Available in Tsukuba
  • Language Humour
  • Sayonara Jeff
  • A Museum is A-Okay
  • ACCS 10th Anniversary Video Contest
  • Once Upon a Time...

1995

January 1995: Volume 9, Number 1

February 1995: Volume 9, Number 2

March 1995: Volume 9, Number 3

  • Bureaucracy
  • National Politics: How it Effects Science City
  • Tis the Season to Be Sneezin'
  • Obtaining a Japanese Drivers License ... David Flynn and Ikumi Matsufuji
  • Sidewalks of Tsukuba Being Revamped for the Visually Impaired
  • Quality of Life
  • A Forum for All Seasons
  • JALT Meetings
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Language Exchange
  • Art Activities at Creative House
  • Coffee Hour: India
  • Tsukuba University Offers Art Classes
  • Rice Planting for Kids
  • Mongolian Exhibit
  • International Exchange Fair Needs Your Help

April 1995: Volume 9, Number 4

  • Tsukuba's Research Institutes
  • Science City Shows Off its Science During Science and Technology Week
  • Motivation is the Heart of the Matter: A Look at Science Education in Japan
  • Bureaucracy Update
  • Cross-Fertilization of Ideas?
  • Ordering from JC Penneys
  • Quality of Life
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Foreign Buyers Club Order
  • Funding for Alien Times
  • Buying a Used Car
  • Tsukuba International School Welcomes New Staff
  • Spring Festivals 1995
  • Spring Flower Season: Get Your Cameras Ready

May 1995: Volume 9, Number 5

  • Taking Care of Your Health
  • Help: Does Anybody Speak My Language
  • Get in the Act with ACT (Athletic Club Tsukuba)
  • Quality of Life
  • Where to Pick Up the Alien Times
  • Baha (Bach) no Mori
  • Yukari no Mori
  • Ushiku Chateau
  • Rose Festival at Flower Park
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Aerobics and English Lessons
  • Foreign Buyers Club Order
  • Japanese for Beginners
  • Coffee Hour: Adjusting to a Foreign Country
  • Brazilian Music Concert
  • Creative House Events
  • Marine Athletic Meet
  • Wild Water Canoe Slalom Race in Daigo

June 1995: Volume 9, Number 6

July 1995: Volume 9, Number 7

August 1995: Volume 9, Number 8

  • Alien Times Theme of the Month
  • Things to Do and Places to Go in the Narita Area
  • International School Update
  • Little Known Museums in Ibaraki
  • The Convenience and Risk of Prepaid Cards
  • Nayon: Connecting the Philippines and Japan
  • Tsukuba University Offers Golf Classes
  • Reply to Criticism: Quality of Life
  • Gifts
  • Culture Shock: What To Do About It
  • Religious Activities in English
  • Tsukuba Toastmasters Club
  • Foreign Buyers Club: Fall Order
  • Ikebana
  • Coffee Hour: Go and Shogi
  • Creative House Summer Schedule
  • Estonian Children's Choir

September 1995: Volume 9, Number 9

  • Japanese Religious Beliefs and Customs
  • Japanese Religious Concepts
  • Cult or Religion?
  • Tsukuba in the International Press: A Disturbing Article
  • Moon's Mass Weddings Spark Media Controversy
  • Language and Culture Exchange
  • Japanese Classes: Fall 1995
  • A Japanese Folk Tale
  • Japan Association for Language Teaching
  • Religious Activities in English
  • International School Begins 4th Year of Operation
  • Tsukuba Vegetarian Club
  • Tsukuba Dance Festival '95
  • Nova Hall to Hold Annual International Music Festival
  • Ikebana Display
  • Coffee Hour: Aerobics
  • Kasama Pottery Exhibition
  • Tsukuba Marathon
  • International Forum on Intercultural Exchange

October 1995: Volume 9, Number 10

November 1995: Volume 9, Number 11

December 1995: Volume 9, Number 12


1996

January 1996: Volume 10, Number 1

February 1996: Volume 10, Number 2

March 1996: Volume 10, Number 3

April 1996: Volume 10, Number 4

May 1996: Volume 10, Number 5

June 1996: Volume 10, Number 6

July 1996: Volume 10, Number 7

  • What's There to Do?
  • Splish! Splash! Wet, Wild, and Fun!
  • For the Adventurous
  • Museums: A Great Way to Stay Out of the Outdoor Heat
  • Tsukuba Expo Center
  • Ibaraki Nature Museum
  • Geological Museum
  • Mito Museum of Modern Art
  • Museums of Japanese Culture
  • Tsukushi Aquarium Restaurant
  • Kasama and Mashiko
  • Yumoa Mura Ninja Village
  • Nikko Edo Mura
  • Hitachi Seaside Park
  • Flower Park
  • Botanical Garden
  • Zoos
  • High Energy Physics Lab
  • Tsukuba Space Center
  • Baha (Bach) no Mori
  • Yukari no Mori
  • Ushiku Chateau
  • Ushiku Daibutsu
  • Lake Kasumigaura Sailing Ships
  • July Events
  • August Events
  • September Events

August 1996: Volume 10, Number 8

September 1996: Volume 10, Number 9

October 1996: Volume 10, Number 10

November 1996: Volume 10, Number 11

December 1996: Volume 10, Number 12


1997

January 1997: Volume 11, Number 1

February 1997: Volume 11, Number 2

  • 21st Century Transit System for Tsukuba
  • Update on a New Location for Tsukuba International School
  • TIS Spring Orientation and Science Fair 1997
  • Japanese Classes: Spring 1997
  • Can a Working Visa Be Issued in Japan on the Same Day as Applying?
  • The Zen of Baseball
  • Moving Sale
  • Spring Flower Season Gets Underway with Plum Blossom Festival
  • Live Theatre in Tsukuba
  • Coffee Hour: Multinational Gathering
  • Ikebana and Tea for You and Me

April 1997: Volume 11, Number 3

  • Dioxin Pollution in the Ryugasaki Area
  • Alternative to the Long Lines at Joy Pak
  • Tsukuba International School Finds a New Home
  • Kasumi Tsukuba Center Offers Facilities for Community Events
  • TAIRA Meeting: Economics and Software Management
  • Coffee Hour: Sweden
  • In Trouble? Call Us!
  • Japanese Class: Spring 1997
  • Religious Activities in English

May 1997: Volume 11, Number 4

June 1997: Volume 11, Number 5

July 1997: Volume 11, Number 6

  • Bullying: A Look Behind the Mask
  • Japanese Banks: Modern Dinosaurs
  • Tsukuba International School: 96-97 Summary
  • You Asked For It
  • The Zen of Baseball 2
  • Tsukuba Info by Email
  • Whale Watching
  • Writers Group
  • Jason Carter's Most Favorite Places to Buy Wine in all of Japan
  • Creative House is Moving
  • Coffee Hour: Macrobiotics
  • Upcoming Festivals

August 1997: Volume 11, Number 7

  • Japanese Banks II: The Holy Grail
  • The Value of Old Cars
  • Pessoal!
  • Hokkaido: das andere Japan
  • Confessions of an Internet Junkie
  • Letter to the Editor
  • Tsukuba International Women's Network
  • Effective Microorganisms
  • TIS Gears up for 97-98 School Year
  • Odious Ode: To Nihongo
  • Tsuchiura International Friendship Camp
  • Tsukuba Info by Email
  • Upcoming Festivals

September 1997: Volume 11, Number 8

  • Grease
  • Parking: A Sticky Problem
  • Konnichiwa
  • Addressing the Problem
  • Letter to the Editor
  • Recipe: Andhra Mutton Curry
  • Coffee Hour: Australia
  • Opening a Business
  • Japanese Class
  • Tsukuba Foreign Buyers Club Meeting
  • Ikebana Exhibition
  • Nihongo Oshaberi Time
  • Japanese Culture (Origami) Class
  • Boso no Mura
  • Tsukuba - Kasumi Outdoor Music Festival

October 1997: Volume 11, Number 10

November 1997: Volume 11, Number 11

December 1997: Volume 11, Number 12


1998

January 1998: Volume 12, Number 1

February 1998: Volume 12, Number 2

March 1998: Volume 12, Number 3

April 1998: Volume 12, Number 4

May 1998: Volume 12, Number 5

June 1998: Volume 12, Number 6

July 1998: Volume 12, Number 7

September 1998: Volume 12, Number 8

October 1998: Volume 12, Number 9

November 1998: Volume 12, Number 10

December 1998: Volume 12, Number 11


1999

January 1999: Volume 13, Number 1

February 1999: Volume 13, Number 2

March 1999: Volume 13, Number 3

April 1999: Volume 13, Number 4

May 1999: Volume 13, Number 5

June 1999: Volume 13, Number 6

July 1999: Volume 13, Number 7

September 1999: Volume 13, Number 8

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November 1999: Volume 13, Number 10

December 1999: Volume 13, Number 11


2000

January 2000: Volume 14, Number 1

February 2000: Volume 14, Number 2

March 2000: Volume 14, Number 3

April 2000: Volume 14, Number 4

May 2000: Volume 14, Number 5

June 2000: Volume 14, Number 6

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November 2000: Volume 14, Number 10

December 2000: Volume 14, Number 11


2001

January 2001: Volume 15, Number 1

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April 2001: Volume 15, Number 3

May 2001: Volume 15, Number 4

June 2001: Volume 15, Number 5

July 2001: Volume 15, Number 6

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September 2001: Volume 15, Number 8

October 2001: Volume 15, Number 9

November 2001: Volume 15, Number 10

December 2001: Volume 15, Number 11


2002

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May 2002: Volume 16, Number 5

June 2002: Volume 16, Number 6

July 2002: Volume 16, Number 7

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November 2002: Volume 16, Number 10

December 2002: Volume 16, Number 11


2003

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July 2003: Volume 17, Number 7

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November 2003: Volume 17, Number 10

December 2003: Volume 17, Number 11


2004

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November 2004: Volume 18, Number 10

December 2004: Volume 18, Number 11


2005

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June 2005: Volume 19, Number 5

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November 2005: Volume 19, Number 9

December 2005: Volume 19, Number 10


2006

January 2006: Volume 20, Number 1

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November 2006: Volume 20, Number 10

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December 2006: Volume 20, Number 11

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January 2007: Volume 21, Number 1

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March 2007: Volume 21, Number 3

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May 2007: Volume 21, Number 5

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June 2007: Volume 21, Number 6

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July 2007: Volume 21, Number 7

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September 2007: Volume 21, Number 8

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October 2007: Volume 21, Number 9

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November 2007: Volume 21, Number 10

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December 2007: Volume 21, Number 11 (Accepting Submissions)

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January 2008: Volume 22, Number 1 (Accepting Submissions)

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February 2008: Volume 22, Number 2 (Accepting Submissions)

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March 2008?: Volume 22, Number 3 (Accepting Submissions)

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