Amnesty International Tokyo English Network (AITEN) invites you to a fun event with serious aims: Show what you know to win prizes, maybe learn a few new things (especially about human rights and current affairs), meet a multinational crowd of like-minded people, and support AI’s work to promote and protect human rights for all.
If you don’t have a team, we’ll help you to find or make one – teams can have up to five members and it’s ¥1,000 per person. There will be top-quality pub grub (with vegan options) and a wide selection of drinks available.
Wondering where you can watch the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ in Tokyo? Some of those kick-off times are a killer, but you’ll be surprised to learn that many places will still be showing the games. Below are a number […]
Tokyo is filled with interesting and unique manhole covers — just take a look at our guide dedicated on the subject. Get a tour of these manholes and explore all 62 municipalities and wards at the same time by participating […]
Kat Nip is a Polish stand-up comedian based in Berlin. She has performed all over the world: Cape Town, London, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Vienna, and Bangkok to name a city or two. Kat’s been called a ‘Polish Joan Rivers’, ‘joke kalashnikov’, […]
This festival promises to be Japan’s biggest Philippines event of the year. Taking place in Yoyogi Park, this Philippines Embassy-supported festival will feature domestic entertainers as well as those flown in from the Philippines. Given the large Filipino population in […]