Tue, Aug
13

Tokyo English Book Exchange #13

7:30pm – 9:00pm
Free

Welcome to our 13th book exchange meet-up, hosted at the Hive Jinnan, Shibuya’s trendiest co-working and cafe space. Every month the Tokyo Cheapo team hold a casual meet up with the spirit of sharing/recycling for exchanging and talking about books you love/hate/never-read-but-should-have-and-now-the-guilt-is-too-much.

Important

Please bring at least one book to exchange/give away and remember that all books must be in English. There’s no other criteria, fiction, non-fiction, educational are all fine.

If you would like to attend, please sign up on the doorkeeper link below, and if you can’t come, then remember to cancel your spot for someone else! Note that the time has moved a little later to 7.30pm so it’s easier for everyone to get there after work/pilates/fighting-crime.

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