In-person Event - Yokohama
23 October 2021 at 13:00-1800 (Tokyo)
Yokohama is the site of the original foreign community in Japan (Admiral Perry's ships actually arrived where we will meet - in the Sakuragichō area) and is the 2nd largest city in Japan. It has a number of ethnic neighborhoods - including the largest Chinatown in Asia - and as a port city, is distinctly international. Dr. Kyle Cleveland, Sociology Professor at Temple University Japan, will lead a group of YCAPS members around this area to several significant sites.
The itinerary for the day is:
The group will use some taxis and take breaks, but participants should be prepared to primarily be standing and walking. The group size will be limited so please RSVP early.
Please RSVP via: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: We will reschedule for Sunday, October 24th in the case of rain.
Cost: Free of Charge. YCAPS will provide the taxi fares and museum admissions. Participants should be prepared to purchase their own food and drinks.
Live/Day-of contact info:
Host. Kyle Cleveland +81 080-3934-7227 email@example.com
YCAPS Coordinator. Michael Okamoto +81 080-9578-0434
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