Reminder – BUCJ Bonenkai 2015

Please remember to RSVP for the upcoming BUCJ Bonenkai using the following link:

Date: Thursday, December 10, 2015, 7pm – 9pm
Venue: Va-tout
Address: Axis Bldg 1F, 5-17-1 Roppongi, Tokyo

Also, take a look at the photo album from last year’s Boneknai!:

We’re looking forward to celebrating 2015 with you all!

The Brown University Club of Japan

BUCJ Bonenkai 2015

The Brown University Club of Japan would like to invite Brown alumni and friends to this year’s Bonenkai.  Let’s celebrate another good year!
Date: Thursday, December 10, 2015, 7pm – 9pm
Venue: Va-tout
Address: Axis Bldg 1F, 5-17-1 Roppongi, Tokyo

Price: 2,000 JPY for graduates of the class of 2013 or later plus current students; 5,000 JPY for everyone else

Significant others and friends of the Brown alumni community welcome!

Note: Space is limited so early responses are highly encouraged.

To RSVP click the link (below), fill in the blank spaces and click submit.

For other inquiries, please send us a message at

Directions and Restaurant Info:

From Roppongi Stn (Hibiya or Oedo Line) → Exit 3, walk towards Ikura-katamachi, 7minutes

From Roppongi 1-chome Stn (Namboku Line) ) → Exit 2, walk towards the Ikura-katamachi Crossing, then make a right, 7 minutes

Shop Info w/Map:

Restaurant Website:

We are looking forward to celebrating with you!

The Brown University Club of Japan


Japan Charity Auction Thursday November 19th at Marunouchi

Please join the Harvard community for exciting auction of unique items to raise funds for non-profit and scholarship causes chosen by the boards of the Harvard Club of Japan and the Harvard Business School Club of Japan.

A keynote speech will be given by Harumi Torii, Founder CEO of the NPO Kids Earth Fund. Light food & drinks are included in the admission price. This event is supported by Mitsubishi Estate Co., Ltd.

Please join us for an extraordinary evening of auction for charity and scholarship.

Date: November 19th (Thursday) from 18:00-21:00.

Admission: 5,000 yen (includes light food and drinks)

Schedule :

18:00 Doors open – Drinks and light food will be served.

18:30 – 19:15  Keynote Speech by Ms. Harumi Torii, the Founder CEO of NPO Kids Earth Fund (KEF).

19:15 – 20:30  Auction for Charity and Scholarship

20:30 – 21:00  Post Auction Socializing

Venue:  Marubiru Hall (7th floor of the Marunouchi Bldg. a.k.a. “Marubiru”)

Use of Proceeds: All proceeds from the auction will be donated to Not-for-Profit Organizations designated by the Harvard Club of Japan and the Harvard Business School Club of Japan, and to Scholarship Funds for financially needy students at the Harvard Business School.

Registration is open. Please use form on right side of web page  . PLEASE BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR TEL. NUMBER WHICH IS REQUIRED TO PARTICIPATE IN AUCTION.

Monday, November 30: Talk with Ambassador Fujisaki

Dear Fellow Alumni in Japan,

Please join us on Monday, November 30th for a unique opportunity to hear Ambassador Ichiro Fujisaki speak on “China-Japan: Where are they going?” followed by ample time for Q&A.  The Q&A is open to any topic which you may want to discuss.  The talk will provide a rare opportunity to directly engage with one of Japan’s top diplomats in English.    Please RSVP per below as seating is limited to 50 people.

Ambassador Fujisaki served as Japan’s Ambassador to the United States from 2008-2012.  He previously serviced as the Director-General of the North American Affairs Bureau and the Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs.  He is now a Guest Professor at Keio University and the President of the America-Japan Society.

Location:  Oakwood Midtown’s lounge.  9-7-4 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo.

Time/Date:  7:00pm on Monday, November 30th

Entrance fee:  2,000 Yen which will cover refreshments including wine as well as light food

RSVP:  Please email by November 23rd to reserve your space.

The event is sponsored by the Japan alumni associations of Brown, Columbia, Dartmouth, Harvard, MIT, and Stanford.  Alumni from all schools are invited, not just the sponsors.


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