Experience traditional Japanese food and drink first-hand while enjoying an international exchange on a one-day bus tour sponsored by the Tsukuba Cultural Foundation. This tour is back for the fifth time this year by popular demand. The Tsukuba Cultural Foundation is planning a bus tour to promote a deeper understanding of traditional Japanese culture. Participants will be introduced to Japanese food and drink, and will also be taken to sites of historical interest. There will be ample opportunity for international exchange. Please join us and enjoy a nice day!
Date: December 6 (Sat.) 8:20 to 17:40
Meeting Place: The Sakura branch of Tsukuba City Hall at 8:20
Limit of Participants: Foreigners 25, Japanese 20
Participation fee: 2500 yen (including lunch and park entrance fee) due on the day of the tour. Small children can accompany their parents free (though, of course, they won't be able to chop the soba themselves).
Registration process: Call the Tsukuba Cultural Foundation at 56-7007 beginning from October 27 during office hours (9:00 to 12:00 and 13:00 to 17:00; English available). Call early, as it is first come, first served.
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