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November Social

09 Nov 2020 11:00 AM | Contact Us (Administrator)


Contents

Membership Promotions

AJSV News

What's On

  1. Virtual Sakura Picnic this Sunday!
  2. Yudai Baba has joined Melbourne United
  3. Sumi-e Painting-Live Streaming Workshop
  4. Japanese Film Online Festival
  5. Speak Japanese Through Rakugo Workshop
Extra Articles
    • Lift up your spirit: Buddha's saying #8
    • Thank you message from the AJSV give away winner


    *Please click here to read the November Newsletter. 


    Japanese style cake set special from "Cake By Ayaka"

    Who would have thought of getting to taste Japanese-style cakes in Melbourne? Sure you can from Melbourne based “Cake By Ayaka”, bringing you flavoursome cakes as if you were in a stylish café in Japan! More information and delivery details, please click here

    AJSV has arranged an exclusive offer for our members. Mention you are an AJSV member when you order the set and you will receive a gorgeous raisin butter “sando” (rum raisin in butter cream between crispy biscuits) for free! Enjoy delicious cakes and happy sweet memories!  Contact: 0401230762

    My Cha Japanese Tea- ongoing 15% off discount! 

    After such a great response from last month, MY CHA has kindly offered us an ongoing members discount.  You can keep exploring beautiful matcha powder, sencha, hoji-cha, genmaicha, kukicha and more by clicking HERE.

    Enjoy browsing all of MY CHA’s amazing products, including a growing range of superb organic teas and benifuuki ( MY CHA’s new hay fever/allergy - immunity building matcha powder) 

    Simply insert the discount code ajsv15 upon checkout at the MY CHA website, for 15 % off your order. (*pottery range is not included due to limited stocks) 



    Spring Konshinkai report

    We had a great turn out for the Spring Konshinkai, with a lot of new guests and familiar faces. Taking a different tack we held a quiz with a mix of trivia classics, all things Japan - Australia and some slightly more obscure questions.

    While the room showed an impressive pool of trivia whizzes, the leaderboard changed on nearly every question with the winner undecided until the very final round. If you’re keen to test your trivia muscles, here’s the question that decided the winner:

    Founded in 578 AD, Kongō Gumi is Japan’s oldest company. What do they do?

    1.Sweet making
    2.Incense making
    3.Publishing
    4.Construction

    Curious about the answer? See below

    Special thanks goes to Natalia, Okamoto san and Simone for their help running the evening. Also a big thank you to Narim for providing the quiz prize (https://narim.net/).

    We’re busy planning the next Konshinkai, so keep a look out and come along!

    Answer: Construction (temples)






        


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