A seasonal party with different Japanese food and drinks, the outdoor party will be held in Toneri Park. You can try three kinds of baked sweet-potato, two kinds of Oden (stew) and five kinds of mochi (rice cakes). There will also be warm drinks and hot sake to try – if you have a small cup please bring it along, if not please note on the ticket form if you would like one. There will be a mix of people interested in Japan so it will be the perfect chance to meet new people, learn about Japan and try some delicious winter staples. Tickets cost 4,000 yen per person but go down to 3,000 yen for students.
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