January Second Tuesday Get-Together only
February 29 (Mon) Buffet Dinner at Armani Ristorante Wine Lounge
March 9 (Wed, 19:00 - 22:00) Joint event with the Japan Stanford Association - drinks, buffet and music at Slainte
March 23 (Wed, 19:00 - 21:00) Buffet Dinner at Kohjunsha
April 2 (Sat, all day) Spring Golf Meeting, Hodogaya Country Club
April 4 (Mon) Seated Dinner at The Tokyo Club in Honour of Lord Smith of Finsbury, Master of Pembroke College Cambridge
May 10 (Tue) Buffet Dinner at Tsunamachi Mitsui Club
June 2 (Thu) Early Summer Party, British Ambassador's Residence
July 7 (Thu) Party for New Students Going up to Oxbridge from Japan, Armani Ristorante Wine Lounge
Unless otherwise stated, the above events run from 18:30 to 21:00.
Second Tuesday Get-Togethers, The Marriott Courtyard Tokyo Ginza Hotel (18:00 - 20:30): January 12, February 9, March 8, April 12, May 10 (at Tsunamachi Mitsui Club - see above), June 14 (at Slainte), July 12, September 13, October 11, November 8
The Second Tuesday attendance fee, payable in cash on arrival, is 4,000 yen. Directions: www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/tyocy-courtyard-tokyo-ginza-hotel/
Our annual Early Summer Party will be hosted by C&O President and British Ambassador to Japan Mr Tim Hitchens.
Dress code: Lounge suits
Attendance fees: 10,000 yen for members, 12,500 yen for guests
Payment is required in advance; the Society’s bank account details will be sent to those who apply; those who cancel after the deadline (20th May) will be charged the full attendance fee (13,000 yen) unless their places can be passed on.
If you wish to attend this key event in the Society’s calendar, please apply to Tim Minton (t.minton[at]camford[dot]org) by Friday, 20th May. Please supply the following information:
Your full name in both romaji and kanji (if applicable)
The full name of your guest (in both romaji and kanji) if you intend to bring one; please also state the sex of your guest if it is not completely obvious from his/her name (this information is required for insurance purposes).
In principle only one guest per member is allowed, although this rule is waived in the case of family members.