Nagoya Calendar – May 2018 Edition

Share on LinkedIn
Share on Facebook

What’s inside the May 2018 edition of the Nagoya Calendar?

2018_05 Our monthly 12 page publication available in print and online. Featuring upcoming Nagoya International Center events, as well as events and exhibitions in and around Nagoya, movies & sporting events, disaster preparedness information and info for residents of the City of Nagoya, and our Bulletin Board.

May Preview

  • Children’s Story Book Time
  • NIC Japanese Class for Adults
  • NIC Japanese Class for Children
  • NIC International Walking
  • NIC Book Recycling Bazaar
  • Horikawa Flower Festival 2018
  • Atsuta Matsuri
  • Nagoya / Iida Sector Aozora Free Pass
  • The Tokugawa Art Museum and Hosa Library: The Blossoming of Imperial Culture
  • The World of Chihayafuru – Yuki Suetsugu Exhibition
  • and much more…

Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and sign up to our Mail Magazine for a monthly digest of highlights and important news.

 

Download all pages. (PDF, Approx. 3.5 MB)

        • Page 2
          • Nagoya International Center News & Events
            • Telephone Interpreter Services at The NIC – Trio-Phone
        • Page 3
          • Nagoya International Center News & Events
            • Children’s Story Book Time
            • Registration and Information Session for Disaster Language Volunteers & Language Volunteers
            • NIC Japanese Class for Adults
            • NIC Japanese Class for Children
            • NIC International Walking
            • NIC Book Recycling Bazaar
            • Development Training for Supporters of Foreign Students and Children – Beginner Course
            • Events supported by NIC
              • 34th International Philippine Festival in Nagoya
              • The 4th Photo Festival in Japan
        • Page 4
          • In and around Nagoya
            • The Little World Museum of Man: World Sweets Fair
            • Spring Events at the Museum Meiji-mura
            • Yakimono World
            • Beach Life in Shinmaiko
            • JST Nagoya Hawai’i Festival 2018
            • Kinshachi Yokocho
        • Page 5
          • In and around Nagoya
            • Thai Festival in Nagoya 2018
            • Tokugawaen Float Gathering
            • Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra: Salon Concert, The 458th Subscription Concert
            • Nagoya Noh Theater July Regular Performance
            • Okehazama Battlefield Festivals
        • Page 6
          • Highlights
            • Upcoming events at Atsuta Shrine: Hōnensai, Onzosai
            • Horikawa Flower Festival 2018
            • Wakamiya Matsuri
            • The 34th Arimatsu Shibori Matsuri
            • Atsuta Matsuri
        • Page 7
          • Exhibitions
            • The Tokugawa Art Museum and Hosa Library: The Blossoming of Imperial Culture
            • The World of Chihayafuru – Yuki Suetsugu Exhibition
            • Showa Museum of Art: Selected Excellent Tea Ceremony Pieces
            • Aichi Prefectural Ceramic Museum: The Dawn of Seto Ceramics – Explore the origin of creating
        • Page 8
          • Movies / Sporting Events
            • Movie Theaters & Upcoming Movies
            • Sporting Events in Aichi
        • Page 9
          • Living in Nagoya
            • May is Illegal Dumping Awareness Month
            • Nagoya / Iida Sector Aozora Free Pass
        • Page 10
          • Bulletin Board
            • Cultural Learning Opportunities
            • Other Services and Assistance Available for Foreigners
            • Japanese Language Classes
            • Sports & Outdoor Clubs
            • Meeting & Activities
        • Page 11
          • Bulletin Board
            • Family Groups
            • Places of Worship

 

To learn more about the Nagoya International Center,
please watch our video.

Your feedback is appreciated. Please note that we are unable to respond to inquiries sent via this form.

Did you find the information on this page useful? (Required)

 Yes No

Please send us your feedback and comments.*Please DO NOT SEND INQUIRIES using this form. If you have any inquiries, please call us on 052-581-0100 or e-mail us from our contact page.

Enter the code as it is shown. This helps prevent automated access.
captcha