TJCS Canada Day Party

  • By Site Admin
  • 06 Jun, 2017

Celebrating Canada's 150th Anniversary, here in Nagoya, Japan

The annual TJCS Canada Day Celebration has gained a reputation as the not-to-miss event of the summer in the Nagoya area. Well, the event just got bigger and better!
Canada Day in Nagoya
As Canada celebrates 150 years of Confederation, we have moved the event to a bigger, more family-friendly location that is also right down town! The venue is a lovely outdoor garden setting (with inside areas in case of rain) at Hisaya Odori Garden Flarie (formerly "Ran no Yakata") just south of Yabacho Station and Parco.

This event will offer the best of both worlds:
  • A chance to hobnob with the who's who of Nagoya with various VIP's in classy surroundings with quality Canadian victuals and beverages.
  • A truly family-friendly event with ample activities for children and the young at heart.
You will be entertained by the Pokka Lemon Fire Dept. Marching Band , as well as other forms of entertainment and activities throughout the afternoon.
Canada Day Celebration in Nagoya
One lucky attendee will take home 2 return tickets from Chubu to Canada courtesy of Air Canada!
And, everyone will be taking home swag and other gifts or mementos.
Air Canada Rouge
Date: July 2, 2017 (Sun)
Time: 12:00 - 15:00
Doors open at 11:00
Venue: Hisaya Odori Garden Flarie
(Formerly "Ran no Yakata")
Address: 4-4-1 Osu, Naka-Ku
Nagoya, Aichi
〒460-0011
Cost: Individual Prices
¥5,000 TJCS Members
¥7,500 Non-Members
¥2,500 Kids 6 - 18 yrs
Under 5 yrs FREE
Family Prices
Member Family: ¥10,000*
Non-Member Family: ¥15,000*
 
*Family prices include 2 adults and up to 2 children aged up to 18 yrs, all living in the same household. Additional children (3rd +) between the ages of 6 and 18 years require an additional ¥2,500 each.

Children 5 and under are FREE.
 

Reservations and pre-payment are required, via furikomi bank transfer.

Dress code is smart-casual. We ask that you dress tastefully with no jeans or lewd T-shirts, etc.
Parking is not provided by TJCS. Please make your own arrangements for parking and/or use public transportation.

This event is open to anyone. While we do offer preferred Member pricing, the event is NOT restricted to TJCS Members only.
Non-members are welcome, but...

Why not become a member?

If you are interested in attending this event, we think you might be interested in becoming a TJCS Member as well. An Individual Regular Membership is only ¥5,000 per year, but if you are already planning to attend the Canada Day event, you can get your membership for just ¥2,500 over and above the cost of the event.

Check out membership details here and/or apply for TJCS membership today!

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