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Time Out Inside this issue… Festivals & Events

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Entertainment Guide

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Hospital Information

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Japan Today

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IIA Events& Information from the City Government

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IWAKIANS Events & Other

The second IIA Community Café of this fiscal year, the Yukata Café was held on the 9th

General Notices

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August Events Calendar

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of July at the Iwaki City Lifelong Learning Plaza. A total of 13 participants from 6 different countries including China, the Philippines, Mongolia, Thailand, Korea and Japan joined the event. During the event, the participants leanred how to wear the yukata properly by themselves so they can wear it to enjoy the many Iwaki summer

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festivals in July and August. The participants also learned how to tie the obi in different

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styles. We hope that the participants can enjoy the exciting Iwaki summer festivals

Iwaki City Hall

wearing yukata! A big thank you to everyone who came to the event! Our next community café is scheduled to be held in October.

21 Aza Umemoto, Taira, Iwaki City Fukushima Prefecture 970-8686 Tel: (0246) 22-7415 Fax: (0246) 22-7609 Email:shiminkyodo@city.iwaki.fukushima.jp kwon-n@city.iwaki.fukushima.jp The Division of Coordination and Citizenry Affairs and the IIA are open to the public. Please feel free to drop by, call, or e-mail us anytime. Website: http://www.iia-fukushima.or.jp; http://www.city.iwaki.fukushima.jp/gaikokugo/english/

いわき市役所 市民協働課 The IIA “Introduction to Chinese Tea” was held on the 2

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of July in the Iwaki City

〒970-8686 福島県いわき市平字梅本 21

Lifelong Learning Plaza. A total of 11 participants including one foreign resident from

電話: (0246) 22-7415 FAX: (0246) 22-7609

Russia participated in the event. On the day a Chinese tea specialist Ms. Xioqin Lin

E-mail: shiminkyodo@city.iwaki.fukushima.jp

from China talked about the unique characteristics of healthy Chinese tea and the proper way to brew and drink Chinese tea. The method to brew delicious Chinese tea is to use the right temperature water according to the different types of tea. Chinese

kwon-n@city.iwaki.fukushima.jp 市民協働課及び財団法人いわき市国際交流協会は皆さん

tea can be generally classified into seven different categories, green tea, white tea,

を歓迎します。お気軽にお立ち寄り下さい。お電話、

yellow tea, oolong tea, black tea, pu'er tea and flower tea.

e-mail をお待ちしています。

A big thank you to everyone who participated in the event! 

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Festivals Festivals&&Events Events Your guide to what’s happening around Iwaki City and beyond this month **Please refer to page 3 for more events on at Alios and page 6-7 for more IIA events and notices. nd

August 2 : Onahama Iwaki Odori @ Kashima Kaido, Onahama. From 6:15pm~8:30pm. This is the Onahama leg of the Iwaki Odori. Please contact the Iwaki City Fireworks Festival Action Committee for more information and inquiries: 0246-53-5677. August 2nd: Yumoto Yappe Odori @ Around Yumoto Station, Ichibancho Dori. From 7pm~9pm. This is the Joban area’s leg of the Iwaki Odori. Please contact the Yumoto Onsen Tourism Association for more information and inquiries: 0246-42-4322. August 3rd: Iwaki Fireworks Festival @ Aquamarine Park, Onahama. From 7pm~9pm. With around 10,000 fireworks set off in time with the musical accompaniment, this is one of the biggest fireworks festivals in the prefecture. Please contact the Iwaki City Fireworks Festival Action Committee for more information and inquiries: TEL:0246-53-5677. Website: http://www.iwakihanabi.com/ August 6th~8th: Taira Tanabata Festival @ Taira Shopping District. From: 6& 7th from 10am~9:30pm. 8th:10am~9pm. The shopping streets of Taira will be vibrantly decorated with Tanabata decorations. There will also be plenty of stalls selling food and festival goods. Please contact the Taira Tanabata Festival Action Committee for more information and inquiries: TEL: 0246-25-9151. August 8th: Iwaki Odori (Taira) @ Main Road in front of Iwaki Station. From 4:20pm. This is the main Iwaki Odori held in downtown, Taira. Please contact the Iwaki Odori Action Committee for more information and inquiries: 0246-44-6545. August 11th: Alios Park Festival @ Taira Chuo Park (in front of Alios). From 11am~4pm. Free entry. This event will be cancelled in rainy, stormy weather. Alios Park Festival will be held on the second Sunday of every month from April through to November. There will be food stalls, shops, music played by local DJs, mini motor show, dance performances and more. For more information and inquiries please contact Alios: TEL: 0246-22-5800. E-mail: info@iwaki-alios.jp August 13th~15th: Kaiten Yagara Bon Odori Festival @ Uchigo (in front of the station). Aug13th: from 1pm~9pm. Aug 14th&15th: from 5:30pm~9pm. This festival marks the celebration of Obon, when the spirit world and our world are closest and so the spirits of deceased relatives can visit their living loved ones. Participants dance around the central rotating tower, and anyone is welcome to join in. There are also a number of street stalls and the festival goes for 3 days. Please contact the Iwaki Bon Odori Action Committee for more information and inquiries: 0246-26-1256. August 20th: Natsuigawa Lantern Floating Festival @ Natsuigawa Riverside in Taira. From 6:30pm~8:30pm. Fireworks from 7:45pm. As well as the floating of lanterns down the river, there will also be a variety of events and fireworks. Please contact the Natsuigawa Lantern Floating Festival Action Committee for more information and inquiries: 090-4554-6123. August 25th: The 3rd Hula Girls Koshien (competition) @ Alios Main Hall. From 12:30pm (doors open at 11:30am). Tickets: Free. All reserved seats. Reservations required, up to 2 tickets per person. Reservations accepted from 10am 27th of July on first in first served basis. This is the third annual hula girls’ competition for nationwide Senior High Schools, held in Iwaki, the hometown of hula girls. For more information and inquiries please contact Alios: TEL: 0246-22-5800. E-mail: info@iwaki-alios.jp For more information on Iwaki City Summer Festivals please refer to the city website: http://www.city.iwaki.fukushima.jp/topics/016474.html

August 2nd~3rd: Fukushima Waraji Festival @ Kokudo R13 , Shinobu Dori, Fukushima City (5minutes walk from Fukushima Station). After Japan's largest "waraji" (straw sandals) is dedicated at the venue, there will be various dance performances including Waraji Odori, Hip Hop and more. For more information and inquiries please contact the Waraji Festival Action Committee: TEL: 024-536-5511. Website: http://www.fmcnet.co.jp/waraji/ August 14th: Asakano Summer Festival and Fireworks @ Koriyama Cultural Park. This is a big fireworks festival with around 10,000 rockets fired per year. There will be traditional stalls selling festival goods and food. For more information and inquiries please contact Asaka Town Chamber of Commerce and Industry: TEL: 024-946-2068. Website: http://www.asakamachi.com/ August 16th: Asakawa Fireworks Festival @ Asakawa Citizens’ Ground, Asakawa Town. This fireworks festival is the oldest in the prefecture. For more information and inquiries please contact the Asakawa Town Department of Agricultural Administration Commerce and Industry: 0247-36-1183. Website: http://www.town.asakawa.fukushima.jp/ August 24th: Sukagawa Shakado River Fireworks Festival @ Around the riverbed in front of Sukagawa Station, Sukagawa City. For more information and inquiries please contact the Sukagawa Shakado River Fireworks Festival Action Committee: TEL: 0248-88-9144. Website: http://www.city.sukagawa.fukushima.jp/hanabi/index.html

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Aug 2

The Last Song Miley Cyrus

Aug 5

11:45pm

All Seats: Primary School students: 500yen

BSP

8:00pm

JHS students and above: 1000yen.

BSP

9:00pm

BSP

9:00pm

Aug 21

Fukushima Prefecture Primary, JHS Music Festival The First Round “Chorus” Iwaki Contest

FCT

9:00pm

BSP

11:45pm

BSP

9:00pm

BSP

1:00pm

BSP

1:00pm

Chorus Contest

BSP

1:00pm

Main Hall. From 10am. All Seats: 1000yen.

Main Hall. From 10am. Free entry. Aug 24

Kids Garden Children’s English Speech Contest Speak Out 2013 Small Theatre. From 1pm. Free entry.

FCT

Aug 30, 31 Sep 1

The 67th Fukushima Prefecture

9:00pm

BSP

9:00pm

Alios Ticket Centre: 0246-22-5800

I Love Trouble Julia Roberts

Aug 30

BSP

Main Hall. From: 10th: 10am. 11th:9:30am

Legally Blonde 2: Red White& Blonde Reese Witherspoon

Aug 30

11th: Primary School, University and General.

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Daniel Radcliffe

Aug 26

10th: JHS& SHS students

9:00pm

Mostly Martha Martina Gedeck

Aug 23

Brass Band Contest

FCT

Yamazakura (Japanese) Rena Tanaka

Aug 23

1:57pm

Pour Elle (French) Vincent Lindon

Aug 22

TUF

Meet the Fockers Robert De Niro

Aug 21

1:00pm

Aeon Flux Charlize Theron

Aug 19

BSP

Aug 10& 11 The 51st Fukushima Prefecture

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Daniel Radcliffe

Aug 16

9:00pm

Mr. Beans Holiday Rowan Atkinson

Aug 16

BSP

Best Wishes for Tomorrow (Japanese) Makoto Fujita

Aug 15

Pre-School students cannot enter.

Gladiator Russell Crowe

Aug 13

9:00pm

Chicago Renée Zellweger

Aug 12

BSP

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Daniel Radcliffe

Aug 9

Taira FG Choir 47th Regular Concert Recital Hall. From 6:00pm. All seats: 1000yen,

The Smurfs Neil Patrick Harris

Aug 9

Aug 3

Bridge to Terabithia Josh Hutcherson

Aug 9

1:00pm

Bizan- The Mountain of Mother’s Love (Japanese) Nanako Matsushima

Aug 9

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The Bourne Ultimatum Matt Damon

Aug 6

11:45pm

The Blue Bird (Japanese) Hiroshi Abe

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Subway Isabelle Adjani

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The following is a guide to hospitals open on Sundays and public holidays in Iwaki City during August. Unless otherwise marked, all hospitals operate between the hours of 9am and 5pm. Sunday, August 4 Taira Area Taira Area Taira Area Ojima Area Taira Area Nakanosaku Area Nishiki Area Joban Area Onahama Area Sunday, August 11

Takahashi Clinic Yamaguchi Iin Shirai Geka Ichoka Iin (surgery& gastroenteric) Suda Iin Shiga Seikeigeka Geka (orthopedics& surgery) Nakayama Iin Kureha Sogo Byoin Tokiwakai Joban Byoin Konnai Kodomo Clinic (pediatrics)

9-12, 2-5 9-12, 2-5 8:30-12 8:30-12 9-12

Taira Area Taira Area Taira Area Ojima Area Onahama Area Ueda Area Joban Area Taira Area Sunday, August 18

Takahashi Clinic Yamaguchi Iin Shirai Geka Ichoka Iin (surgery& gastroenteric) Suda Iin Onahama Seikyo Byoin Kushida Byoin Iwaki Yumoto Byoin Fukuda Shonika Iin (pediatrics)

9-12, 2-5 9-12, 2-5 8:30-12 8:30-12

Taira Area Taira Area Taira Area Ojima Area Kashima Area Nishiki Area Joban Area Ueda Area Sunday, August 25

Takahashi Clinic Yamaguchi Iin Shirai Geka Ichoka Iin (surgery& gastroenteric) Suda Iin Kashima Byoin Kojima Jiai Byoin Joban Jin Hinyoki Clinic (kidneys& urology) Morino Kodomo Clinic (pediatrics)

9-12

9-12 9-12, 2-5 9-12, 2-5 8:30-12 8:30-12

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Taira Area Takahashi Clinic Taira Area Yamaguchi Iin Taira Area Sakamoto Seikeigeka Iin (orthopedics) Taira Area Shirai Geka Ichoka Iin (surgery& gastroenteric) Ojima Area Suda Iin Onahama Area Ochiai Naika Shokakika (internal& gastroenteric) Nakoso Area Nakoso Byoin Joban Area Hakozaki Iin Taira Area Nagai Shonika (pediatrics) Sunday, September 1

9-12, 2-5 9-12, 2-5 9-12, 2-5 8:30-12 8:30-12

Taira Area Taira Area Taira Area Ojima Area Onahama Area Ueda Area Joban Area Azumada Area

9-12, 2-5 9-12, 2-5 8:30-12 8:30-12

Takahashi Clinic Yamaguchi Iin Shirai Geka Ichoka Iin (surgery& gastroenteric) Suda Iin Nakamura Byoin Kushida Byoin Oriuchi Iin Ohara Kodomo Clinic (pediatrics)

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46-1231 24-1811 25-3788 27-6060 23-5050 55-8141 63-2181 43-4175 73-8815 46-1231 24-1811 25-3788 27-6060 53-4374 63-3202 42-3188 22-4272 46-1231 24-1811 25-3788 27-6060 58-8010 63-5141 43-1200 38-7227 46-1231 24-1811 38-2830 25-3788 27-6060 73-1171 65-7755 42-3131 28-2535 46-1231 24-1811 25-3788 27-6060 53-3141 63-3202 44-1133 63-0001

Emergency Dental Care All emergency dental care will be provided at the General Health and Welfare Centre (Sogo Hoken Fukushi Senta) in Uchigo. This centre is open on Sundays and all National holidays from 9am to 12pm and 1pm to 4pm. The reception closes at 3:30pm. For more information please contact the centre on 27-8620.

Kyoritsu Hospital Emergency After-Hours Clinic If you need to see a doctor urgently in the evening on a weekday or on a weekend or public holiday, the Kyoritsu Hospital Emergency After-Hours Clinic is open at the following times: Weekdays: 8pm - 12am Saturdays: 8pm- 7am (next day) Sundays& Public Holidays: 9am- 12am. TEL: (0246) 27-1208

Treatment Available in Foreign Languages: If possible always go to hospitals or clinics which offer treatment in English or your native language. These places are listed in the City’s official list:

“Clinics & Hospitals where Foreign Language Treatment is Available in Iwaki” Even if your language is available, please make sure whenever possible to bring a Japanese-speaker with you Eng = English, Kor = Korean, Thai.

Counselling Centre for Women: Counsellors can assist you in Japanese, Chinese, English, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, Thai and Tagalog. Available languages differ each day. Ph: 050-1501-2803. Mon-Fri, 10am-5pm. OC NET: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 7pm – 9pm PH: 03-3730-0556 English, Chinese, Portuguese, Korean, Spanish, and Thai. TELL Lifeline: TELL is a professional non-profit organisation that provides counselling to English-speaking foreigners all over Japan. The Lifeline is staffed by highly trained volunteer phone counsellors and provides free non-judgemental phone counselling and information 365 days a year from 9am to 4pm and 7pm to 11pm on (03) 5774-0992. For more information check out their website at http://www.telljp.com or e-mail them at admin@telljp.com. Safety and Consultation Centre for Women (Police Box at Iwaki Train Station): For people who have suffered from any crime-related problem or injury. Free. Can only speak Japanese. Ph: (0246) 23-9344 10am-6pm daily.

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Iwaki City will be subsidising the cost of MR vaccinations and rubella vaccinations in order to prevent congenital rubella syndrome. What is Congenital Rubella Syndrome? When a pregnant woman contracts rubella, the baby can suffer from congenital rubella syndrome, which displays symptoms of sensorineural deafness, congenital heart disease and cataract, etc. Eligibility: Iwaki City Residents with an address in Iwaki and who also falls into one of the following categories: 1. Women who are considering or trying to get pregnant. * Pregnant women cannot get the MR/rubella vaccination. Also contraception is required for the two months after getting vaccinated. 2. Spouse of a pregnant woman However, those who have the confirmation that they have the rubella antibody during their previous pregnancies, those who already have the antibody (have already contracted rubella in the past) and those who already have received MR or rubella vaccination twice in the past are not eligible. Implementation period: From 1, July 2013. Subsidy amount: The full amount of the vaccination. Number of times you can get the subsidy: One time per person (Either the MR vaccination or the Rubella vaccination.) Subsidy Period: 1, April 2013~ 31 March 2014. (Those who were vaccinated before 1, April 2013 are not eligible for the subsidy.) Where to get the vaccination: Registered medical institutions in Iwaki City. For the list of registered medical institutions, please refer to the website below. Things needed to get the vaccination: ID card with your address and name (for example, driver’s license, health insurance card, etc), medical interview sheet (available at medical institutions). Those who fall in the eligibility criteria 2 are also required to bring a copy of the pregnant spouse’s “mother-child handbook” (first page). How to receive the subsidised vaccination: Please make an appointment with a registered medical institution and get the vaccination. Those who were vaccinated between the period of 1, April ~ 30, June 2013. Those who are eligible for the subsidy can get the amount reimbursed (maximum amount that can be reimbursed is set by the city, please refer to the website below). Things required to receive the reimbursement: Claim form, seal, medical interview sheet (photocopies also accepted), original copy of the receipt, copy of the bank book (first page). Those who fall in the eligibility criteria 2 are also required to bring a copy of the pregnant spouse’s “mother-child handbook” (first page). Where to apply for reimbursement: Local Health and Welfare Centre, Health Section. Applications via post is also accepted. Application period: until 31, March 2014. Those who are getting vaccinations outside of Iwaki City after 1, July 2013. In advance applications are necessary. If you do not apply in advance you will not be eligible for the subsidy. After you apply a letter of request to the medical institution and the medical interview sheet will be issued. Please take these when you get the vaccination. After you get the vaccination, the city will reimburse the costs (maximum amount that can be reimbursed is set by the city, please refer to the website below). Documents needed: Application form and seal. Those who fall in the eligibility criteria 2 are also required to bring a copy of the pregnant spouse’s “mother-child handbook” (first page). Where to apply for reimbursements: local Health and Welfare Centre, Health Section. Those who have evacuated out of the city but still have a registered address in Iwaki are also eligible to apply. For more information and inquiries, please refer to the Iwaki City website or contact your local Health and Welfare Centre. http://www.city.iwaki.fukushima.jp/topics/016453.html Inquiries: Health and Welfare Centre, Community Health Division, Infectious Disease Countermeasures Section: 0246-27-8595

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The Second Semester of the IIA Japanese language courses will start on the 25th of September. Anyone from other countries or with foreign roots can join the classes A. Speaking for Beginners: September 26th to Novemeber28th. Every Thursday, from 10am-12pm. B. Writing Classes: September 26th to November 28th. Every Thursday, from 1pm-3pm. C. Speaking for Pre-Intermediate: September 25th to November 27th. Every Wednesday, from 10am-12pm. D. Japanese Culture Classes: September 25th to November 27th. Every Wednesday, from 1pm-3pm.

Participants: 15 people per class. Class Fee: Free. Number of Classes: 10 classes per course. Course Materials: Textbooks will need to be purchased. Venue: Lifelong Learning (Shogai Gakushu) Plaza, Level 4, Washington Hotel. Lecturers: Japanese Language Support Volunteers. Please contact the IIA if you would like to enrol: TEL: 0246-22-7409. Fax: 0246-22-7609. E-mail: info@iia-fukushima.or.jp

The second IIA Cooking class for this fiscal year will be the “Mexican Cooking Class”! Date and Time: September 7th (Sat) 10am~1pm. Place: Iwaki City Culture Centre, Cooking Room. Dishes to be cooked: Mexican Home Cooking, including Tortilla, etc. Menu to be confirmed soon! Fee: IIA Members: 1000yen. Non-members: 1500yen. Instructor: Ms. Cathy Bannai from the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Please contact the IIA for applications and more information. TEL: 0246-22-7409, Fax: 0246-22-7609 E-mail: info@iia-fukushima.or.jp

Dear Iwaki Odori Participants: Thank you for signing up to the Iwaki Odori Festival on 8th of August. The IIA team will start dancing at 5:50pm as part of Session II. The IIA team will have 30 participants including children and adults from foreign countries. Schedule: Meet up time for the IIA team: 4:30pm. In case you are worried about finding the place where we are meeting up in, please come to the IIA office on the first floor of Iwaki City Hall by 4:15pm. The IIA staff will go to the place with you. At the festival: All teams (Session II) need to be gathered by: 5:40pm Start dancing: 5:50pm Duration of the Dance (40 minutes in total): 5:50~6:10pm (10minutes break) 6:20~6:40pm Place to meet up: Chinese tea shop “Rainbow(Niji 虹)” (Chokai No.3 building, 51 Tamachi Taira TEL 0246-36-4987) ※There will be a practice session on the 29th of July, Monday 6:00pm~8:00pm at the Uchigo Community Centre. Please let the IIA know if you can join!! ※Uniform: The IIA team will be wearing aloha shirts for the festival. The IIA will be lending these to the participants. Please wear the “I love Fukushima” t-shirt underneath if you have one. If you wish to order an I love Fukushima t-shirt please contact the IIA! TEL: 0246-22-7409, Fax: 0246-22-7609 E-mail: info@iia-fukushima.or.jp

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August 2nd: Overseas @ EstEst: From 8:00pm. This is a monthly international exchange event held at EstEst on the first Friday of each month. Free darts, foosball and pool. Inquiries to EstEst: 0246-25-6723.

Police: 110 Fire& Ambulance: 119 Iwaki Fire Department Headquarters can also provide emergency assistance and information in the cases of:  Urgent medical situations but not to a degree of requiring an ambulance.  When you have injured yourself and need guide with first-aid treatments.  When you need to know which hospitals are open during public holidays. Iwaki Fire Department Headquarters: 0246-22-0123 Fukushima Prefecture, Children Emergency, First-Aid Telephone Consultation Centre (Fukushima-ken Kodomo Kyukyu Denwa Sodan), can provide you with professional assistance when you have sick or injured children. TEL: #8000 or: 024-521-3790. From 7pm to 8am. Websites: Online QQ, emergency of children website by Japan Pediatric Society: http://kodomo-qq.jp/ Emergency of Children, Fukushima Prefectural Government website: http://www.pref.fukushima.jp/imu/kodomokyuukyuu/kodomokyuukyuu.htm

The Aquamarine Fukushima Summer Festival will be held from 10th~18th of August, below are the details of the main events that will be held. August 10th~13th: Mini Bamboo Boat Race: From 11am~12pm. The participants will make bamboo boats and there will be a race held using the boats made afterwards. Place: The sign-up desk will be on the first floor South Terrace. August 10th~18th: Living Creatures Observation: From 4pm~5pm. Let’s living creatures from a small river and observe them! Place: The sign-up desk will be on the first floor South Terrace. August 11th: Mini Hula Dance Show: From 3pm~3:30pm. 5pm~5:30pm. Place: In front of the Shiome Main Tank. August 13th: Harp, Flute and Cello Concert: From 3pm~3:30pm. 5pm~5:30pm. Place: In front of the Shiome Main Tank. August 10th~13th: Underwater Palace Bar: From 4pm~6:30pm. Place: In front of the Shiome Main Tank. August 14th~15th: Goldfish Festival: From: Exhibition and Sale: 10am~3pm. Evening Shop: 4pm~6:30pm. Participation fee: 200yen per event. Place: First floor South Terrace. August 16th~18th: Shell Candle Making Workshop: From: 10am~11:30am. 2:30pm~4pm. Participation fee: 500yen. Place: Third floor Oceanic Galleria. For more information and inquiries please contact Aquamarine Fukushima: 0246-73-2525. Website: http://www.marine.fks.ed.jp

This edition will be my last Time Out as my term as the Coordinator for International Relations of Iwaki City will be finishing at the end of July. My two years in Iwaki have been a truly enjoyable and memorable experience through which I have learned so much. I was able to meet so many amazing people throughout my time in Iwaki. Iwaki has become a home away from home for me. I would like to take this opportunity to give a very special thank you to the past and present staff at the Coordination and Citizenry Affairs Division in the Iwaki City Government and also to the Iwaki International Association. I have been blessed to have such wonderful co-workers and amazing friends throughout my time in Iwaki. Iwaki will be a place that will always have a special place in my heart and I can already feel that I will be visiting Iwaki again soon. I wish all the readers the very best! Best wishes and kind regards

Nam-Hee


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