Sunday, 10 April 2011

The Next Donwakai (pub night) is Thurs, April 21st (5:30-7:30pm) at Ceilis Irish Pub & Restaurant (3rd Floor)

Do you have a strong interest in Japan? Want to meet others who have a
connection to Japan, either professionally or personally?

You are invited to the Donwakai, Mokuyokai's monthly pub night that brings
together those who have a shared interest in Japan-Canada relations. Please
note, you must have government issued ID (e.g., passport or Canadian driver's
license) to attend.
At the Donwakai, you will meet approximately 40-50 people who have a strong
connection to Japan: business people, teachers, lawyers, diplomats, students and
others from Canada, Japan and elsewhere. Most of our participants have lived or
travelled in Japan at some point in their lives.
So if you want to network, share experiences about Japan, learn more about
Mokuyokai or just meet like minded people, then don't miss this event! The
atmosphere is casual and feel free to invite a friend.
The Donwakai is on the 3rd floor (patio) – come in through the main entrance on
Smithe Street and watch for the notices.
In order to keep the Donwakai going strong, participants are required to order
something off the menu (minimum of $6 before taxes and gratuities) but we'll
still provide some appetizers. On Thursdays, Ceilis has two fab deals: $5 Fish
'n Chips and $5 Keith's Pints. The Fish 'n Chips are especially popular.

Donwakai Details
When: Thursday, April 21st (5:30-7:30pm)
Where: Ceilis Irish Pub & Restaurant (3rd floor), 670 Smithe St. (corner of
Granville and Smithe)
Entrance Cost: Non-Members: $5; Members: Free
RSVP: Not required; just show up
ID: Required. This is a licensed establishment. If you are a Japanese citizen,
please bring your passport.

Please Note: Photos/videos may be taken at this event that may be used by the
Vancouver Mokuyokai Society in connection with the activities of the Society or
for promoting, publicizing or explaining the Society or its activities. These
photos/videos may appear in any of the wide variety of formats and media now
available and that may be available in the future, including but not limited to
print, broadcast, videotape, CD-ROM, and electronic/online media.