Posts in the Events Category
In the most recent issue of the Nagazasshi — Sept./Oct. 2011, Volume 4 issue 2 — there was a small error in listing the date and location of the Tanada Festival.
Fortunately, there’s still time to see the festival — the real date and location is October 30th in Kawatana. Apologies for the inconvenience!… Continue reading »
A longtime supporter of the magazine, O’hana Cafe, will celebrate its eighth anniversary next weekend.
The event on Sept. 16 in Hamanomachi, Nagasaki City, features a special live performance by the Kentarow Band. Doors open at 8 p.m. and admission is 2000 yen, which includes one drink.
For more information, visit the O’hana Cafe’s anniversary party Facebook page. You can also check some videos of the Kentarow Band on the cafe’s blog.
We hope to see you there!… Continue reading »
On April 17th we would like to invite you to the celebration that was a year in the making…the NagaZasshi’s First Year Anniversary Party! To honor this historic landmark the wonderful staff at Neutral+ has invited us back to celebrate together and toast an auspicious year.
This invitation is of course open to everyone and anyone who wants to dance, drink and listen to great music with the NagaZasshi’s resident DJs, DJ Fumin (Brethren) and Momo.
The event begins at … Continue reading »
A big thank you to everyone who came to the Just Dance party at Neutral last Saturday. It was a huge success! We collected about 50,000 yen in donations for Haiti.
Another thank you to Warren and Brandon, who organized the event.
Hope you all had fun. We sure did!
-The NagaZasshi Team
Mud and I go way back. My big present from my parents for my fifth birthday was in fact a big pile of dirt. It was a rather large pile mind you, but still, that was it. To this day it is probably the present that ended up bringing me the most enjoyment of any I have received since. I spent countless hours building fortresses for action figures and digging tunnel systems as deep as my tiny 5 year-old hands … Continue reading »
For those of you who don’t have the benefit of understanding the assemblage of lines known as “Kanji”, the above is a poster for a FREE lecture that will be taking place in Higashisonogi this coming June 20th. The lecture will be given by Ms. Minami Kenko of the Rainforest Foundation Japan based in Tokyo. The lecture will cover such topics as, what we can learn from the native peoples of the Amazon (Ms. Kenko lived with them for many … Continue reading »