CJSO: DINNER AND SPEAKERS’ SERIES 2019
TO BE ANNOUNCED
Thank you for your interest in CJSO and its monthly “Speakers’ Series” and we hope to see you at your next dinner/ demo event.
EMBASSY OF JAPAN: JAPAN-RELATED CULTURAL EVENTS
FILM SCREENING: THE VANCOUVER ASAHI
Date To Be Announced!
Embassy of Japan
255 Sussex Dr, Ottawa, ON K1N 9E6
Free admission. Reservations not required. Street Parking only.
A film by Yuya Ishii
Based on the true story of the Pre-WWII Vancouver Asahi Baseball team. In the early 1900s, Japanese who immigrated to Canada were greeted by the harsh reality of grueling labour, discrimination, and poverty. However, the fighting spirit demonstrated by the Japanese-Canadian baseball team brought a ray of hope to people’s lives.(2014, 132 min., in Japanese and English with English subtitles)
Ottawa Chapter – Ohara School of Ikebana
OHARA IKEBANA DISPLAY
(Collaborative arrangement by Ohara students and masters)
May 10 – 13, 2019
Nordstrom Rideau Centre
50 Rideau St, Ottawa,
ON K1N 9J7
JAPAN EXCHANGE AND TEACHING ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OTTAWA (JETAA)
May 25, 2019: Hanami Flower-Viewing Picnic
Save the date!
Our Hanami flower-viewing picnic will be on May 25, 2019
(June 1, if it rains)
207 Bank St., Suite 158, Ottawa, On K2P 2N2
OTTAWA JAPANESE CULTURAL CENTRE (OJCC)
Event: JAPANESE COOKING CLASS
Instructor: EMI BUZZA
Date: Sunday, May 26, 2019
Time: 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Cost: OJCC Members $30; Non Members $40
Grilled salted salmon chazuke (hot green tea or
dashi over cooked rice)
Pork tenderloin tatsuta-age (marinated fried pork tenderloin)
Mochi pizza with miso sauce (rice cake pizza)
Salad with ginger dressing
Anki chakin shibori with sweet mochi (sweet red bean paste balls with sweet rice cake)
To attend the class, please contact email@example.com or call 613-745-6675. Payments can be made by e-transfer or by cash or cheque on arrival at the class. If paying by cheque, please make it payable to: OJCC (Ottawa Japanese Cultural Centre)
NOTE: Cancellations must be made before May 23rd, so we can accommodate all requests. If you do not cancel your reservation and do not attend, payment will still be expected
Did you know that Canada has qualified for the 2019 Rugby World Cup? Time your next trip to Japan with the World Cup and get a chance to watch your favourite rugby team play while enjoying the Japanese culture!
Visit the official Rugby World Cup website
to learn more about the games and
where they will take place in Japan!
Uncle Tetsu’s, The Popular Japan-Based Bakery,
To Open an Ottawa Location
PETER HUM, Ottawa Citizen,
March 11, 2019
Uncle Tetsu Japanese Cheesecake (Uncle Tetsu’s Website)
Uncle Tetsu’s (http://uncletetsu-ca.com/), the popular Japanese bakery, is headed to Elgin Street.
Established in Japan more than two decades ago, Uncle Tetsu’s Japanese Cheesecake opened in 2015 in Toronto and developed a cult following that was willing to line up for hours for its light, fluffy flagshop product. The Uncle Tetsu Canada business has grown to open eight locations in the Greater Toronto Area, one in Vancouver and one in Montreal.
In addition to the company’s melt-in-your-mouth signature item in original and matcha (green tea) flavours, various Uncle Tetsu shops also sell cheese tarts, madeleines and twice-cooked cheesecake biscuits.
The arrival of Uncle Tetsu’s in Ottawa, which will be a franchise shop, yields a fitting tenant to take over the space that was Boko Bakery, a beloved Japanese bakery. Boko closed last October after 36 years in business.
There are Uncle Tetsu shops in China, Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii and California. The company plans to open in Europe, South America, and South Asia, its website says.
The opening date for the Elgin Street location has not yet been decided, Uncle Tetsu Canada said in a statement.
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