Tokyou Friends’ mission is to bring Japanese people and foreigners closer together by organizing friendly social events. To celebrate Tokyou Friends’ 1st Anniversary, they’re throwing a free party for everyone and anyone, and includes free games, prizes and more. (Around 10pm, there will be free Bingo games with lots of prizes to win)
Over 200 people are expected to join this Language Exchange/Friendship/Singles event. Come alone or even with friends, but you’re certain to leave with more than you came with! Switching seats and talking to new people is recommended so you have more chances of meeting someone interesting. At the entrance, you’ll be welcomed and shown to the reserved seats.
Arrival time is set at 8pm, though you can come anytime.
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