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38th Japan Charity Bazaar

31st October 2010 (Sunday) 11am~3pm
Hotel Nikko Kuala Lumpur

Highlights of the day
• Handmade crafts
• Japanese homemade food and snacks
• Tea and ceremony
• Kimono trial
• Japanese games

Admission passes are available at jusco supermarket (midvalley, 1 utama, taman maluri)
ISetan I club (KLCC, LOT 10, The Gardens)
The Japan Club of kuala lumpur reception

Admission fee: RM12 in advance
RM15 on the day purchase
free for children below 12 years

Hotel parking RM5 (flat rate)
Please pay as you exit

For more information, please call The Japan Club of KL 03-22742274


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