Sat, Feb
20

French-Japanese-Eng­lish Language Exchange

1:30pm – 3:00pm

Looking for a place to speak/practice Japanese, French or English? Do you want to make new friends while enjoying a nice cup of coffee in the process? If yes, then you shouldn’t miss this meet up!

We have two rooms:
The cafe-themed room is for English speakers and the meeting room is for French speakers. Feel free to move around and meet interesting people! Participation fee is 1,000 yen and includes unlimited supply of coffee and cookies.

Meet the Language Ambassadors: Era and Clothilde (French) and Giselle and Maia (English).

Note: This is not a language lesson. This is a place to relax, have fun, and make new friends through a casual conversation in French, English, and Japanese.

Map to the venue.

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