Nagoya Calendar – November 2018 (English edition)

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What’s inside the November 2018 issue of the Nagoya Calendar?

2018_11 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.

November Preview

  • The Foreign Artists Exhibition 33
  • NIC to participate in World Collaboration Festival 2018
  • NIC International Walking
  • Peer Support Salon
  • Nagoya Castle Autumn Festival
  • Kakuōzan Autumn Festival
  • Endōji & Endōji Honmachi Shopping Arcade – November Events
  • Samurai & Ninja Festival 2018
  • MINIATURE LIFE – The World of Tatsuya Tanaka
  • Nagoya City Science Museum Special Exhibition: Sweets Exhibition
  • and much more…

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        • Page 2
          • Nagoya International Center News & Events
            • The NIC Telephone Interpreter Service
        • Page 3
          • Nagoya International Center News & Events
            • The Foreign Artists Exhibition 33
            • Registration and Information Session for Disaster Language Volunteers & Language Volunteers
            • Children’s Story Book Time
            • NIC to participate in World Collaboration Festival 2018
            • NIC International Walking
            • Peer Support Salon (4 sessions)
            • Nagoya International Center Registered Volunteers Wanted for 2019
        • Page 4
          • In and around Nagoya
            • Nagoya Castle Autumn Festival
            • The Little World Museum of Man: Meat Festival of the World
            • Furusato Delicious Sake, Delicious Food Festival – Nagoya Autumn 2018 -
            • Kakuōzan Autumn Festival
            • The 2011 Tōhoku Earthquake and Tsunami in Record and Memory – Lessons from Kesennuma
            • Mammoth Flea Market Z vol.60
            • International Exchange Hawaiian Culture Market
        • Page 5
          • In and around Nagoya
            • Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra
            • Autumn Leaf Viewing at Tokugawaen – Nature’s Brocade
            • Nagoya Kottousai Children’s Art Expo 2018
            • Nagoya City Science Museum – Night Planetarium: Christmas Night
            • Nagoya Noh Theater New Year Special Performance
        • Page 6
          • Highlights
            • Endōji & Endōji Honmachi Shopping Arcade – November Events
              • Festival de Paris à Éndoji Shotengai
              • Craft Marche in Endōji Honmachi
              • Nagano Wine Fes in Nagoya 2018
              • Monthly Events
            • Samurai & Ninja Festival 2018
            • Shirotori Garden Autumn Leaf Viewing
            • FIELD STYLE 2018
        • Page 7
          • Exhibitions
            • MINIATURE LIFE – The World of Tatsuya Tanaka
            • Menard Art Museum: A General Collection Shōzō Shimada
            • Nagoya City Science Museum Special Exhibition: Sweets Exhibition
            • Other current exhibitions
        • Page 8
          • Movies / Sporting Events
            • Movie Theaters & Upcoming Movies
            • Sporting Events in Aichi
        • Page 9
          • Living in Nagoya
            • November is “Know your Garbage and Recyclables” Month
            • Taking the Moped (Gentsuki) License Test
        • 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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