Animal Walk Tokyo (AWT) invites you to…BATTLE IT OUT FOR A GOOD CAUSE!
How tall is Tokyo Tower in centimeters? Which planet is nearest the sun? How many teeth do African elephants have?
If you think you know the answers, prove it by joining Animal Walk Tokyo in a battle of the brains to raise money for local cat TNR (trap-neuter-return) and animal rescue group Nyan Dollars on Thursday 12th November from 19:00 at the Roppongi Hobgoblin. Not only will you be supporting a good cause, there will also be great prizes up for grabs, live music, and a raffle.
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