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CONTENTS

1 Year Nickname of 2011 is “Usagi” (Rabbit)
2 Hoikuen entrance application for April 2011 made by January
3 Application for “Hokago Room” (After-school Child-care)       
4 How to Use Public Bicycle Parking Lots for a Year  
5 Event calendar
6 Year-end and New Year Habits of Japan
7 Funabashi Music Festival by Thousand Players, 2011
8Japanese Cooking
9 Japanese Expressions 
10 My experience with Japanese Habits 
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18th Funabashi Music Festival by Thousand Players, 2011

Date: Sunday, January 30, 2011

Time: Performance starts at 1:00 PM

Place: Funabashi Arena

Narashinodai 7-5-1, Funabashi city

Phone 047-461-5611

Free Admission

Theme: Musical Message from Funabashi

Participants: more than a thousand members who belong to symphony orchestras, bands, choirs, Japanese music groups and school students.

Guests: Band of Blaine High School, Washington, USA

Recorder group from Katsukumi Elementary School, Hokkaido

The final stage by all participants will be fantastic!!

Access:

1) 8 minutes walk from Nichidai-Mae Sta. on Toyo Kosoku Line

2) Take Shin Keisei Bus at Kita-Narashino Sta. or Shin Keisei Line and Toyo Kosoku Line. 5 minutes walk from bus stop of ”Higashi- Keisatsusho-Mae”

More Information:     Phone 047-436-2894 

Music Festival Committee

船橋市国際交流協会   船橋市湊町2丁目10番25号  TEL:047-436-2083  FAX:047-436-2089