Time Out Inside this issue… Festivals & Events
IIA Events& Information from the City Government On the 24th of September, the IIA Thai Ancient Massage Session was held at the Iwaki Culture Centre. Our instructor was Ms. Somkid Ishizaki from Thailand, who is running a Thai Massage Shop. There were also two other Thai residents helping with instructing the class. There were a
IWAKIANS Events & Other General Notices
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total of 18 participants, including 3 foreign residents. Traditional Thai Massage has a long history, with records found on a 16th century medical book and only the methods that are useful and safe in relaxing the body and mind have been passed down from generation to generation. During the session, all the participants were given massages from our main instructor Ms. Somkid, and everyone was very satisfied with the session. A big thank you to all of you who attended the IIA Thai Massage Session!
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いわき市役所 市民協働課 〒970-8686 福島県いわき市平字梅本 21 The Autumn Semester of the IIA Japanese Classes started on the 26th of September, with around 60 students enrolled in 4 different classes. There are two classes which focus on speaking, and a writing class which teaches how to write Japanese compositions and a Japanese culture class, which teaches the traditional and seasonal customs of Japan. In the Japanese culture class, the lesson started with teaching the students about the Japanese traditional seasonal customs of autumn. Also during the class, the students experienced flower arrangement using seasonal autumn flowers. The Japanese classes will be held over 10 weeks with the last classes held on the 29th of November. Good luck to those of
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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. th
October 6 : Alios World Music Collection 2012 @ Alios Main Theatre. From 5pm~. Tickets: Adults: 3500yen. 3 Year old Children~ University Students, Wheelchair Seats: 1500yen. Pre-paid Package Deal, 4 Tickets: 10500yen. For more information and inquiries please contact Alios: TEL: 0246-22-5800. E-mail: email@example.com October 6th: 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. October 11th: Wake Up Japan! Tour 2012 @ Club Sonic. From 7pm. Tickets: Pre-paid: 2500yen (Drinks not included). Reservations and inquiries to Club Sonic: 0246- 35-1199. October 14th: 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: firstname.lastname@example.org October 14th: Izumi Furusato Matsuri (Hometown Festival) @ JR Izumi Station, Main Street. There will be stage performances and stalls selling fresh vegetables , clothes, crafts and more. Please contact the Izumi Merchant Association for more information and inquiries: 0246-56-6123. October 20th: Recorder Workshop in Iwaki @ Alios Medium Rehearsal Room. From 3pm~4:30pm. Participation Fee: 3000yen. For more information and inquiries please contact Alios: TEL: 0246-22-5800. E-mail: email@example.com October 20th~21st: Iwaki Machinaka Concert in Taira @ Around Taira Central Area. From 10am. For more information and inquiries please contact Alios: TEL: 0246-22-5800. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org October 27th: Iwaki Halloween Party: @ WaWaWa+ Quartet+ Bar Room, From 7pm. The annual Iwaki Halloween party will be held jointly by the three bars in Taira. Entry fee: Free with costume, 1000yen without costume. Inquires to WaWaWa: 0246-23-2488. October 29th: Bar QUEEN Presents Char Tour 2012 TRADROCK by Char @ Alios Main Theatre. From 7pm. Tickets: All Reserved Seats: 6500yen. For more information and inquiries please contact Alios: TEL: 0246-22-5800. E-mail: email@example.com
October 4th ~6th: Nihonmatsu Chochin Matsuri @ City Centre Nihonmatsu. This is a three-day Lantern Festival held in Nihonmatsu, which is between Koriyama and Fukushima on the train line. During this period beautiful lanterns are displayed throughout the town, as well as in large parades of mobile lantern stacks. For more information and inquiries please contact the Nihonmatsu Tourism Association: TEL: 0243-55-5122. Website: http://www.nihonmatsu-kanko.jp/matsuri.html October 5th ~7th: Iizaka Kenka Matsuri @ Hachiman Shrine, Iizaka Town, Fukushima City. This event has a history of around 300 years. Together with Danjiri Festival in Kishiwada in Osaka and Oyama-Bayashi in Kakunodate in Akita Prefecture, this festival is regarded as one of the big three kenka (literally meaning a fight) festivals in Japan. For more information and inquires please contact the Iizaka Onsen Tourism Association: 024-542-4241. October 14th: Hirono Children’s Song Festival @ Hirono Chuo Gymnasium. Children’s song singers and various groups will be performing children’s songs from Hirono and traditional children’s songs. For more information and inquiries please contact the Hirono Town Hall Planning Group: 0240-27-2114. October 20th: ~Halloween Shine~ Aizu Halloween Party @ Pronto, Shinmei Dori, Aizu-wakamatsu. From 8pm~2am. Entry: 3500yen, all you can drink. Open Bar from 8pm~1am. Trick of Treat Prizes with costumes. There will also be prizes for the best costumes. October 27th: Funky Halloween in Koriyama @ Club#9, Koriyama. From 9pm. Entry: 1000yen with one drink.
Gran Torino Clint Eastwood
All Seats: Adults: 1000yen. University Students and younger: 500yen. Oct 8
Chikako Koyama Soprano Recital 2012 Recital Hall. From 2pm.
All Seats: Adults:2000yen.
SHS Students and younger: 1000yen.
Taira Third JHS Choir Concert Main Hall. From 10am. Free entry.
Taishogoto (Japanese Harp) Recital Small Theatre. From 1:30pm. Free entry.
Sazanami Group, Piano Recital Recital Hall. From 1:30pm. Free entry.
Kawai Music Festival Main Theatre. From 2pm. Free entry.
Blade Runner Harrison Ford
Made of Honor Patrick Dempsey
Callas Forever Fanny Ardant
Recital Hall. From 1:30pm.
Always: Sunset on Third Street 2 (Japanese) Hidetaka Yoshioka
Iwaki Japanese Music Club The 10th Concert
The Yellow Handkerchief William Hurt
Always: Sunset on the Third Street (Japanese) Maki Horikita
The Remains of the Day Anthony Hopkins
Kamikaze Girls (Japanese) Kyoko Fukuda
A Mighty Heart Angelina Jolie
Main Hall. From 9:20am. Free entry.
Mrs. Doubtfire Robin Williams
Ogawa& Kawamae Area Music Festival
A Lot Like Love Ashton Kutcher
Young Guns II Emilio Estevez
Iwaki City Elementary School Yotsukura& Hisanohama Area
When Harry Met Sally Billy Crystal
Appaloosa Ed Harris
The Bucket List Jack Nicholson
The Twilight Samurai (Japanese) Hiroyuki Sanada
Alios Ticket Centre: 0246-22-5800
High Crimes Ashley Judd
The following is a guide to hospitals open on Sundays and public holidays in Iwaki City during October. Unless otherwise marked, all hospitals operate between the hours of 9am and 5pm.
Sunday, October 7 Taira Area Takahashi Clinic 9-12, 2-5 Taira Area Yamaguchi Iin 9-12, 2-5 Taira Area Shirai Geka Ichoka Iin (surgery& gastroenteric) 8:30-12 Ojima Area Suda Iin 8:30-12 Izumi Area Kashimura Fujinka Clinic (gynecology) Nishiki Area Kojima Jiai Byoin Joban Area Joban Byoin Onahama Area Konnai Kodomo Cilic (pediatrics) 9-12 Monday, October 8 Chuodai Area New Town Jin Naika Clinic (kidneys& internal) 9-12 Ojima Area Suda Iin 8:30-12 Onahama Area Nakamura Byoin Nakoso Area Sato Maternity Clinic Kusakisai Area Iwaki Kusakidai Sogo Clinic Sunday, October 14 Taira Area Takahashi Clinic 9-12, 2-5 Taira Area Yamaguchi Clinic 9-12, 2-5 Taira Area Shiga Seikeigeka Geka (orthopedics& surgery) 9-12 Taira Area Shirai Geka Ichoka Iin (surgery& gastroenteric) 8:30-12 Ojima Area Suda Iin 8:30-12 Kashima Area Kashima Byoin Nakoso Area Nakoso Byoin Joban Area Iwaki Yumoto Byoin Yotsukura Area Suganami Seikeigeka Shonika (orthopedics& pediatrics) 9-12 Sunday, October 21 Taira Area Takahashi Clinic 9-12, 2-5 Taira Area Yamaguchi Clinic 9-12, 2-5 Taira Area Shirai Geka Ichoka Iin (surgery& gastroenteric) 8:30-12 Ojima Area Suda Iin 8:30-12 Onahama Area Takagi Naika Iin Nishiki Area Kureha Sogo Byoin Joban Area Takahashi Hifuka Clinic (dermatology) Taira Area Fukuda Shonika Iin (pediatrics) 9-12 Sunday, October 28 Taira Area Sakamoto Seikeigeka Iin (orthopedics) 9-12, 2-5 Taira Area Takahashi Clinic 9-12, 2-5 Taira Area Yamaguchi Clinic 9-12, 2-5 Taira Area Shirai Geka Ichoka Iin (surgery& gastroenteric) 8:30-12 Ojima Area Suda Iin 8:30-12 Onahama Area Suminoya Riumachi Seikeigeka Iin (rheumatism& orthopedics) Ueda Area Kushida Byoin Joban Area Yoshinari Naika (internal) Kusaikidai Area Iwaki Kusakidai Sogo Clinic (pediatrics) 9-12 Saturday, November 3 Ojima Area Suda Iin 8:30-12 Onahama Area Nagai Seikeigeka (orthopedics) Nishiki Area Hanada Naika Clinic (internal) Kusakidai Area Kamome Clinic
46-1231 24-1811 25-3788 27-6060 56-2289 63-5141 43-4175 73-8815 46-0606 27-6060 53-3141 65-6900 28-1145 46-1231 24-1811 23-5050 25-3788 27-6060 58-8010 65-7755 42-3188 32-8100 46-1231 24-1811 25-3788 27-6060 92-3435 63-2181 72-1272 22-4272 38-2830 46-1231 24-1811 25-3788 27-6060 58-1154 63-3202 42-2220 28-1145 27-6060 54-7722 62-5000 28-1010
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.
Living in Japan but don’t have a clue of what’s going on in this country? Japan Today will introduce some of the most prominent issues seen on the news lately to keep you updated with the minimum you should know.
The Japanese government said it intends to stop using nuclear power by the 2030s, marking a major shift from policy goals set before last year’s Fukushima disaster that sought to increase the share of nuclear energy to more than half of electricity supply. Japan joins countries such as Germany and Switzerland in turning away from nuclear power after last year’s earthquake unleashed a tsunami that swamped the Fukushima Daiichi plant, causing the worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl in 1986. Japan was the third-biggest user of nuclear energy before the disaster. In abandoning nuclear power, Japan aims to triple the share of renewable power to 30% of its energy mix, but will remain a top importer of oil, coal and gas for the foreseeable future. Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda’s government, which could face an election this year, had faced intense lobbying from industries to maintain nuclear energy and also concerns from its major ally, the United States, which supplied it with nuclear technology in the 1950s. “This is a strategy to create a new future,” a policy statement said, after key ministers finalised the decision on Friday. “It is not pie in the sky. It is a practical strategy.” All but two of Japan’s 50 nuclear reactors are idled for safety checks and the government plans to allow restarts of units taken off line after the disaster if they are deemed safe by a new nuclear regulator. Japan’s growing anti-nuclear movement, which wants an immediate end to the use of nuclear power, is certain to oppose any such proposal to secure electricity supplies by restarting reactors. By applying a strict 40-year limit on the lifetime of reactors, most will be shut down by the 2030s. LNG, COAL AND OIL IMPORTS A shift from nuclear means Japan should remain the world’s biggest importer of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and third-largest purchaser of oil to feed its power stations. The government estimated last week it would need to spend about 3.1 trillion yen more on fuel imports a year if it abandons nuclear power immediately. Japan’s hunger for energy has helped to sustain an investment boom in gas projects from Australia to new export terminals in the U.S., where a shale gas revolution is in full swing. LNG prices also soared earlier this year as Japan scoured the world for supplies. The new policy was adopted 18 months after the earthquake and tsunami devastated Tokyo Electric Power Co’s Fukushima Daiichi plant, triggering meltdowns, spewing radiation and forcing some 160,000 people to flee. Tomoko Abe, an opposition lawmaker who heads a non-partisan group seeking to abandon nuclear power, told Reuters the new strategy was lacking in key details. “More than a promise to exit nuclear power in the 2030s, which is a long way away, what the people want to know is what they are going to do about restarting reactors,” Abe said. The government’s strategy calls for a push to reduce energy consumption through efficiency and other measures to at least 10% less than 2010 levels. Prime Minister Noda’s decision is unlikely to resolve fierce debate over whether reducing nuclear power’s role will do more harm or good to the economy. Nuclear power provided 30% of Japan’s electricity before the Fukushima disaster crippled the sector. And with Noda’s Democratic Party expected to lose the general election, there is no guarantee that the next government would stand by the policy. COSTS OF ABANDONING NUCLEAR POWER Japan’s powerful business lobbies also argue that exiting nuclear energy in favor of fossil fuels and renewable sources such as solar and wind power will boost electricity prices, making industry uncompetitive and complicating efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The shift also threatens the financial viability of Japan’s nuclear operators, which will be saddled with high decommissioning costs. “To consider such an energy policy runs counter to a growth strategy,” Hiromasa Yonekura, the chairman of the biggest business lobby, told reporters. Anti-nuclear advocates counter that warnings of economic damage are exaggerated. They say the policy shift will create new openings for corporate profits in areas such as renewable energy that will spark innovation and give the economy a boost. “A total exit from nuclear is positive for the economy, on balance,” said Andrew Dewit, a professor at Rikkyo University who studies energy policy. Surveys show that a majority of voters favor exiting nuclear power sooner or later. Prime Minister Noda’s decision to restart two units to avoid potential outages this summer galvanised anti-nuclear protests. Last week, the government ended voluntary power savings for parts of the country, with no blackouts during the hot summer months. (Retrieved from Japan Today, http://www.japantoday.com/ September 27th) (c) Copyright Thomson Reuters 2012. 5
The IIA will be holding a New Zealand Cooking Class in October! Let’s enjoy learning how to cook authentic New Zealand cuisine with Xan from New Zealand! We are looking forward to your participation Date& Time: October 13th. From 10am~1pm. Place: Iwaki City Culture Centre, Cooking Room. Dishes to be prepared: Pan-fried Lamb Chops with Mint Sauce. Whitebait Fritters& the famous NZ dessert, Pavlova! (Dishes may be changed with out prior notice) Fee: 1000yen for IIA members, 1500yen for non-members. Please contact the IIA for applications and more information. TEL: 0246-22-7409.
World Tour ~Welcome to Québec!~ In Québec, French is the official language along with English. In this series of four classes, simple French conversation lessons and lectures on Québec will be given in simple English and Japanese . Participants should be able to attend all four classes. Date: November 12th (Mon), 14th (Wed), 19th (Mon), 21st (Wed). Time: 18:30-20:30. Place: Iwaki City Lifelong Learning (Shogai Gakushu) Plaza, meeting room. Iwaki Culture Centre for the class on the 19th. Contents: Lesson on the culture of Québec in Canada and basic French conversation classes. Fee: 1000yen for IIA members, 3000yen for non-members. Number of places available: 20 people. Please contact the IIA for applications and more information. TEL: 0246-22-7409. FAX: 0246-22-7609. E-mail: email@example.com
Following the New Zealand Cooking Class, the IIA’s 3rd cooking class of this year will be the popular “Indian Cooking Class”! An Indian professional chef will introduce some simple and authentic Indian recipes. Early applications are recommended! Date& Time: November 13th (Tue) 10am-1pm Place: Iwaki City Culture Centre, Cooking Room Menu: Tomato-based soup curry, Jeera Mata Pulao (Indian pilaf), Pathura (Indian fried bread), Carrot-based dessert Fee: 1000yen for IIA members, 1500yen for non-members Number of places available: 40 people Please contact the IIA for applications and more information. TEL: 0246-22-7409.
Japanese Cooking Class for Foreigners: To serve guests in Oshogatsu (The New Years) New Year in Japan is the time to relax and hope for a healthy year to come with the family, while it can be a busy time having a lot of visitors. Limited to foreign participants only (too bad for Japanese people!) This class will introduce easy-to-make Japanese recipes to be prepared to entertain (surprising indeed!) guests. Date& Time: November 20th (Tue) 10am-1pm. Place: Iwaki City Culture Centre, Cooking Room Menu: Sauté of chicken breast, sautéed Shirataki (noodles made from starch), Sendai Namasu (vinegared salad) and more. How to make the popular salted rice malt (Shio koji) will also be demonstrated. Fee: 1500yen. Number of places available: 40 people Please contact the IIA for applications and more information. TEL: 0246-22-7409. FAX: 0246-22-7609.
October 5th: 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. October 27th: Iwaki Halloween Party: @ WaWaWa+ Quartet+ Bar Room, from 7pm. The annual Iwaki Halloween party will be held jointly by the three bars in Taira. Entry fee: Free with costume, 1000yen without costume. Inquires to WaWaWa: 0246-23-2488.
The Kids’ English Club “Rainbow” started in June. It was filled with children’s laughter and smiles. Mum and Dads can join the club with their children. Let’s have fun, singing and dancing in English together. Schedule for October st October 1 : 10am-11am @ Seminar Room B. October 6th: 10am-11am @ Seminar Room A October 13th: 10am-11am and 2pm-3pm @ Seminar Room A. October 15th: 10am-11pm @ Seminar Room B October 20th: 10am-11am @ Meeting Room 1. October 22nd: 10am-11pm @ Seminar Room A October 27th: 10am-11am and 2pm-3pm @ Seminar Room A Place: 6th floor, Latov. Participants: Children from 0-15 years old. Fee: 800yen per child for each session. Teachers: Foreign Residents. Registrations and Inquiries to Ms. Olga Maeda: TEL: 090-5235-9498. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Iwaki Onahama Minato Festival will be held in Aquamarine Park over three days from Oct 6th~8th. During three days of the festival, various events will be held including the Minato Oasis Seafood Gourmet National Contest, where the seafood delicacies from port towns around Japan compete to be the best dish. On the 6th and the 7th Pacific Countries Dance Festival will be held, where 13 performing groups will perform various dances from around the world. Four domestic and nine international groups from Japan, Australia (Aboriginal), Hawaii, China, Korea, Thai, Tonga Samoa and Micronesia will perform their country’s dance. There will also be Iwaki local products festival held during the three days, plus many more exciting events! Date& Time: October 6th ~8th. Time: From 10am~4pm. Place: Aquamarine Park, Onahama. Pacific Countries Dance Festival will be held on the 6th from 11am~4pm, on the 7th from 10am~4pm. For more information and inquiries please contact the Iwaki Onahama Minato Festival Action Committee: TEL: 0246-22-1142. Website: http://iwakionahama-minatofes.com/
There are many very important legal points and systems for foreign residents and people related to know and understand in order to secure safe living in Japan. As “Law” sounds difficult to understand, the IIA will hold an introductory seminar inviting two practicing lawyers as lecturers. The theme will be focused on “Marriage, Divorce and Labor” ~Clues to solve problems that many foreign residents have~. Please feel free to join the seminar. Date: November 27 (Tuesday) 10am~12pm. Place: Latov, meeting room B Contents: Introductory Seminar on Law. Fee: Free Number of places available: 30 people. Please contact the IIA for applications and more information. TEL: 0246-22-7409. FAX: 0246-22-7609.
After a long hot summer, temperatures have finally dropped and you can certainly feel the cold air in the mornings and the evenings now. Please take care not to catch a cold due to this sudden drop in temperature. Along with the cooler weather, the season of the colourful kōyō (紅葉 autumn leaves), has arrived in Iwaki. Some of the best places to view these beautiful coloured autumn leaves in Iwaki include Kawamae, Mt. Mizuishiyama, Setogaro Gorge, Shidoki Dam, Ogawa and the Shiramizu Amida Temple in Uchigo.
Sunday 30 Sept
3 IIA Japanese Speaking Class IIA Japanese Culture Class Byong-ari Korean Study Group
Onahama Minato Festival
Onahama Minato Festival Health and Sports Day
10 IIA Japanese Speaking Class IIA Japanese Culture Class IIA German Class Aengmusae Korean Study Group
17 IIA Japanese Speaking Class IIA Japanese Culture Class IIA German Class Byong-ari Korean Study Group
24 IIA Japanese Speaking Class IIA Japanese Culture Class IIA German Class Aengmusae Korean Study Group
HALLOWEEN IIA Japanese Speaking Class IIA Japanese Culture Class
IIA Japanese Class for Beginners
Overseas @ EstEst
Saturday 6 Onahama Minato Festival
IIA Japanese Writing Class
11 IIA Japanese Class for Beginners
12 IIA Spanish Class
13 IIA New Zealand Cooking Class
IIA Japanese Writing Class
Oct 8th: Health and Sports Day
IIA Japanese Class for Beginners
20 Iwaki Machinaka Concert
IIA Japanese Writing Class
For more information on any of the IIA 25 IIA Japanese Class for Beginners
26 IIA Spanish Class
events please contact Suko-san (22-7409)
27 Iwaki Halloween Party
IIA Japanese Writing Class S 1 Nov IIA Japanese Class for Beginners IIA Japanese Writing Class
Published on Nov 20, 2012