Odaiba Autumn Festival in LE DAIBA 2009.11.19-11.20


Beaujolais Nouveau Party at GRAND PACIFIC LE DAIBA
Free admittance
Date:  November 19th (Thu) & 20th (Fri)
Time:  6:30pm ~ 8:50pm
Address: Daiba 2-6-1, Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Tel: 03-5500-6711

Show time schedule
6:35p.m.~    Chongmi Minilive
7:20p.m.~  PapaFura Tokyo Fra Dance Show
7:40p.m.~  DTAD クワイヤー Gospel live
8:20p.m.~  Chongmi Minilive


Wine Lovers Unite! 2009.11.19

Join the First Ever Beaujolais No Way Wine tasting!!! People from the Kimono wine bar love their French friends but for this one night they are shunning the Beaujolais nouveau mobs and are having a tasting of their own countries` best wines. They will sample wonderful New World wines from Tokyo’s best wine companies with deliciously prepaired hors d’ouevres.  All guests have a chance to win a premium wine door prize and will go home with a wine related goody bag.


Dining & Drinking
Date:  November 19th, 2009 (Thu)
Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Fee: 6,000 yen per person or 10,000 yen for two people
Venue: Kimono Wine Bar
Address: 4-18-20 Nishi Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Site: www.kimonowinebar.com
For more information:  lauren@kimonowinebar.com

Norwegian Movie Night 2009.11.18

“The other side of Sunday” (1996)
subtitled in English
Director: Berit Nesheim

https://i1.wp.com/images.rottentomatoes.com/images/movie/coverv/17/156417.jpgDate:  November 18th, 2009 (Wednesday)
Time:  Doors Open 18:30    Starts: 19:00
Runtime: 1 hr 43 mins
Free entrance, No need to make a reservation.
Go directly to the hall.
Venue:  Norwegian Embassy, Multi-function hall

The title translation of Sonntagsengel, an Oscar-nominated Norwegian film is “Sunday Angels,” which portrays the state of innocence and grace from which the young heroine, Maria, attempts to penetrate adult mysteries in defiance of her priest father. The story is set in 1959, and Maria is unhappily lagging behind the rock & roll rebellion of her peers. Her father is severe and arbitrary in his judgment of what is best for her, her mother is in and out of hospital and her Sundays are spent in church, allegedly hanging onto the old man’s every word despite her ever-clarifying atheism.  There is one way out: Find an ally as well as a cautionary figure in the form of a lovely but miserable church servant who wishes she were as free as her true spirit. — Tom Keogh

Address: Royal Norwegian Embassy in Tokyo, Japan
5-12-2 Minami Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0047
Tel. : 03-3440-2611

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