Nagoya Calendar – June 2018 Edition

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

2018_06 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.

June Preview

  • NIC Book Recycling Bazaar
  • Children’s Story Book Time
  • School Guidance Seminar for Children of Foreign Nationals
  • International Day of Yoga Tokai 2018 in Nagoya
  • The 5th Tebasaki Summit® 2018
  • Theatre Iridescence presents Medea
  • Opening of the completed Nagoya Castle Hommaru Palace
  • Kuwayama Art Museum: The Showdown! Comparing and Feeling Nihonga
  • Hokusai
  • and much more…

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        • Page 2
          • Nagoya International Center News & Events
            • The NIC Information Counter
        • Page 3
          • Nagoya International Center News & Events
            • NIC Book Recycling Bazaar
            • Children’s Story Book Time
            • Registration and Information Session for Disaster Language Volunteers & Language Volunteers
            • School Guidance Seminar for Children of Foreign Nationals
            • Events supported by NIC
              • Hungary Festival in Aichi – ‘Japan and Hungary, Exchanging Culture – Food, Haiku, Music’
              • The 4th Photo Festival in Japan
              • Nunoike English Speech Contest
        • Page 4
          • In and around Nagoya
            • Nagoya City Art Museum Permanent Exhibition Special Exhibit: Kitagawa Tamiji and his Mexican Pupils
            • The 27th Inazawa Hydrangea Festival
            • Ajisai spots in Nagoya City
            • Gulf Nagoya Nostalgic Car Festival 2018
            • International Day of Yoga Tokai 2018 in Nagoya
            • Fireflies in Nagoya Castle’s Outer Moat
        • Page 5
          • In and around Nagoya
            • 2018 Handcraft Fair in Nagoya
            • Hisayaodori Garden Flarie: Cool Aqua Garden and Concert
            • FREEDOM NAGOYA 2018
            • Jamaica Festival – Reggae & Cuisine Nagoya
            • Creators Market
            • Nagoya Noh Theater July Regular Performance
            • Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra: The 459th Subscription Concert, Salon Concert
            • Star Gazing at the Science Museum – Jupiter and Saturn
        • Page 6
          • Highlights
            • The 5th Tebasaki Summit® 2018
            • Listening to the Rain – Japanese Umbrellas at the Tokugawaen
            • Atsuta Shrine: Mita Shrine Rice Planting Ceremony
            • Theatre Iridescence presents Medea
            • Cormorant Fishing on the Kiso River
        • Page 7
          • Exhibitions
            • Kuwayama Art Museum: The Showdown! Comparing and Feeling Nihonga
            • Hokusai
            • D. Museum: Ukiyo-e Masterpiece Exhibition
            • Toyota Municipal Museum of Art: Brueghel: 150 Years of an Artistic Dynasty
        • Page 8
          • Movies / Sporting Events
            • Movie Theaters & Upcoming Movies
            • Sporting Events in Aichi
        • Page 9
          • Living in Nagoya
            • June is “Know your Garbage and Recyclables” Month
            • Opening of the completed Nagoya Castle Hommaru Palace
        • 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

 

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