Tue, Sep
25

Tokyo English Book Exchange Meet-up #3

7:00pm – 9:30pm
Free

Welcome to our third book exchange meet-up, hosted once again in the fantastically hipster lounge of Tokyo Cheapo HQ.

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!

Thanks as always to TokyoChapter for hosting us in the fabulous Ninetytwo13 lounge!

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