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One-Day Trip To Fuji-Q Highland

Author: Association of Chinese Students and Scholars in the University of Tsukuba, Issue: October 2006, Topic: Events

A one-day trip to Fuji-Q high land (http://www.fujikyu.co.jp/fuji-q/) will be held on 1st of Oct, 2006 by ACSSJ (Chinese Students and Scholars Association in Japan). Now the applying procedure in Tsukuba is under access in the charge of ACSSUT (Association of Chinese Students and Scholars in the University of Tsukuba).

See the details below:

  1. WHEN: 1st October, 2006 (Sunday)
  2. WHO: Any Chinese in Japan
  3. HOW: By bus
  4. WHERE(Departures Waiting Area): Tsukuba University and Tsukuba Centre
  5. HOW MUCH: 4,000 yen / person ( including bus fare, one-day pass of Fuji-Q Highland, insurance and a mooncake)

Applying time and place:

1) 13:00-18:00, 26th Sep, 2006 (Tuesday)
Floor 3, the University Hall, Tsukuba University
TEL: 080-5410-6901 (JIN)

2) 17:00-19:00, 28th Sep. 2006 (Thursday)
Floor 2, Hirasuna Jimushitsu, Tsukuba University
TEL: 080-5067-5616 (Shu)

3) 10:00-19:00, 24th-28th, Sep, 2006
Baihe Chinese Store, Takezono
TEL: 029-859-3293

What to Bring

1) Your ID card or Student Card. Consignation is accepted.
2) 4,000

The exact departure time and place will be informed later. Place keep close eyes on the website of Acssut.

http://www.tsukuba.cn

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