JCCC Board of Directors President Gary Kawaguchi Past President Marty Kobayashi VP, Heritage Peter Wakayama VP, J-comm Junko Mifune VP, Lega

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1 Katherine Govier s The Ghost Brush Author Reading and Discussion キャサリン ゴヴィエ : 新作朗読と講演 Movie Night :Toronto Premiere of Dear Doctor 映画鑑賞会 : ディア ドクター トロントプレミア May 年 5 月 Vol.36 Issue 5 1

2 JCCC Board of Directors President Gary Kawaguchi Past President Marty Kobayashi VP, Heritage Peter Wakayama VP, J-comm Junko Mifune VP, Legacy Art Ito VP, Management Ann Ashley VP, Strategic Planning Donna Davis Special Ambassador Sid Ikeda Secretary Sharon Marubashi Treasurer Sri Kugan Directors George Hewson James Matsumoto Lorene Nagata Yuki Nakamura Dereck Oikawa Russell Onizuka Cary Rothbart Glenn Inamoto* Advisors Miki Kobayashi Mickey Matsubayashi Steve Oikawa Fred Sasaki Connie Sugiyama JCCC Staff James Heron Executive Director *In Memory ext.224 Kathy Tazumi Accounting/General Administration Manager ext.229 Christine Takasaki Community Events/Volunteer Coordinator ext.221 Haruko Ishihara Community Rentals ext.228 Christine Seki Corporate Rentals/Programming and Business Development ext.231 Sally Kumagawa Membership/Database Administrator ext.223 Toshiko Yamashita Heritage/Newsletter Coordinator ext.227 Yuki Hipsh Administrative Assistant/ICommunity Liason/Giftshop ext.235 Sandy Chan Administrative Assistant ext.226 Constantin Dutescu Operations and Techinical Coordinator Maki Klotz Receptionist ext.222 The Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre Newsletter Editors: James Heron, Kathy Tazumi, Toshiko Yamashita Japanese Translation: Toshiko Yamashita Cover Photo: Kiri-e of Kawagoe by Mark Yungblut Your news is welcome! Please send articles to: or Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre 6 Garamond Court, Toronto, ON M3C 1Z5 tel fax The submission deadline for the June/July2010 issue is Tuesday May 日本語の記事も受け付けています 6/7 月号の締め切りは 2010 年 5 月 11 日 ( 火 ) です 日 系 文 化 会 館 役 員 及 び ス タ ッ フ features 2 Movie Night: Dear Doctor 3 Katherine Govier Book Reading 2-3 Upcoming events 7-8 Community News イベント情報 Calendar of Events May 2010 Sat 1 JCCC Bazaar Wed 5 Wynford Seniors meeting Sat 8 Karaoke Club meeting Sun 9 jpals Japanese Cooking Workshop Wed 19 Manju Workshop Wed 19 Wynford Seniors meeting Thu 20 Washi Greeting Card Workshop Sat 22 Karaoke Club Mon 24 JCCC closed: Victoria Day Thu 27 Movie Night "Dear Doctor" June 2010 Wed 2 Wynford Seniors meeting Thu 3 Katherine Govier: Book Reading Sat 5 Karaoke Club Thu 10 Origami Workshop Wed 16 Wynford Seniors meeting Thu 17 Movie Night Fri/Sat J-Comm World Cup Event Sat 19 Nostalgia Night Mon 21 JCCC AGM Fri 25 jpals: Rodoku Night Sat 26 Karaoke Club July 2010 Thu 1 JCCC closed: Canada Day Sat 3 Karaoke Club Mon 5 Kamp Kodomo Session 1 Sat 10 Natsu Matsuri Mon 12 Kamp Kodomo Session 2 Fri 16 jpals Wine Tasting Workshop Sun 18 Arigato Day Mon 19 Kamp Kodomo Session 3 Sat 24 Shinsedai Film Festival Sat 31 Karaoke Club meeting 2

3 Natsu Matsuri and Obon Festival Exciting Summer Festivities within the Community What do you get when you combine several community organizations, a beautiful location, hundreds of dancers and a sunny summer that fades in to a balmy evening? You get the Natsu Matsuri and Obon Festival at the JCCC. On Saturday July 10, 2010 the JCCC invites thousands of visitors to enjoy a lively festival atmosphere with games, great food and spectacular performances. The festival is a particularly special one because of the co-operative effort of the many community organizations involved in making the event a huge success. Weather permitting the event takes place outside in the parking lot or in the Kobayashi Hall. We look forward to the 7th year of this exciting JCCC and community tradition! We hope to see lots of new and familiar faces! Mark your calendars now! Then look for more details in the June/ July issue of the newsletter. Mah Jong Workshop Time flies when you re having fun! And we guarantee that joining the Mah Jong Workshop will never be boring and always a lot of fun! The Mah Jong workshop is open to all participants from new beginners to advanced veterans, in English or in Japanese and will teach you how to play the ancient game of Mah Jong. For 3 hours you will have a chance to experience the excitement of Mah Jong in a hands-on manner where you can learn at your own pace starting with the basics but also advanced strategies and skills. Volunteer co-ordinators are always on hand so you ll never feel overwhelmed. Having fun is what s most important. If you are interested in joining an upcoming Mah Jong workshop, please make sure to put your name on the waiting list so that we can let you know when it starts. We are also looking for the volunteer coordinators who has Mah Jong experience to facilitate the workshop, so please contact Junko Mifune at if you are interested in assisting this J-Sports workshop while you enjoy the exciting game! Raymond Moriyama Exhibit Opening Henry Shimizu Images of Internment Exhibit The JCCC Heritage Committee sponsored the exhibit, Images of Internment featuring 27 original oil paintings of New Denver, B.C. by Henry Shimizu, a model of the camp on loan from the Japanese Canadian National Archives in Burnaby, B.C. and different artifacts Henry Shimizu with Frank from the internment camp. It was a Moritsugu during the artist's talk. very successful well attended event Photo courtesy of Mika Fukuma. during the month of March in the JCCC Gallery. The show was curated by Bryce Kanbara. On March 28, Frank Moritsugu reminisced about his experience in the internment camp before an audience of approximately 90 attendees before he introduced Dr. Henry Shimizu. Dr. Shimizu gave a slide show and talk about his trip through the internment camps as well as his experiences in New Denver. He also met many of his friends from the internment camp after the talk during the refreshments of manju and tea. Copies of his book, Images of Internment were autographed by the author. Haiku Corner Artist's talk. Photo courtesy of Mika Fukuma. 俳句コーナ 思ひ出て庭掃く春の夕かな大魯 omoidete niwa haku haruno yuu kana Tairo Suddenly thinking of it, I went out and was sweepping the garden: A spring evening. 大仏のうつらうつらと春日かな子規 daibutuno utsura utsura to kasuga kana Shiki Raymond Moriyama addresses the attendees at the opening reception for the "Off the Board and Off the Walls of Moriyama & Teshima" exhibit in the JCCC Gallery. Photo courtesy of Mika Fukuma. The Great Buddha, Dozing, dozing, All the spring day. 3

4 DEAR DOCTOR: Last Year's Hit Japanese Film Arrives in Toronto The JCCC is pleased to present the Toronto premiere screening on Dear Doctor, the hugely popular 2009 film nominated for Japanese Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Director and Best Screenplay. The film was written and directed by Miwa Nishikawa and stars Tsurube Shofukutei, Eita, Kimiko Yo, Yutaka Matsushige and Ryo Iwamatsu. Dear Doctor tells the story of young doctor, a recent graduate of a Tokyo medical school, who is assigned as an intern to a small mountain village. Tidy rice paddies layer the mountainside and there's not a store in sight. There, the young doctor encounters Ino, a veteran doctor who is very friendly. As the area's sole doctor, Ino is responsible for every aspect of the villagers' health, examining a steady stream of patients, prescribing their medicines, even visiting the disabled elderly in their homes. The villagers regard Ino, who lives in the clinic annex, almost as a god. Whenever Ino ventures into the village, he is warmly hailed, "Hello doctor!" Working beside Ino, the younger doctor begins to experience a sense of fulfillment he had never known in the big city. One day Ino and the young doctor arrive to treat a gentle widow with stomach pains. The widow is vaguely aware that she is suffering from a disease, but she fears that her illness will interfere with her grown daughter's life, so she has deliberately refrained from revealing her condition. When the widow and Ino are alone, she quietly asks, "Doctor, won't you help me tell my little lie?" Once Ino agrees to collude in her scheme, however, the little lie begins to infect Ino's own condition. And it is a condition that the veteran doctor may not be able to treat after all. Subtle, beautifully acted and moving, the film won rave reviews in Japan and at film festivals around the world. Date: Thursday May 26, 2010 Time: 7:00pm Admission: $6 for JCCC members, $8 for non-members Kamp Kodomo 2010 Summer Sessions Mark your calendars and don t miss out on the all the summer fun at the JCCC!!! Kamp Kodomo s summer session is ready to start registration. Join us for a busy week filled with sessions covering a wide range of activities including martial arts, ikebana, origami, folklore, language, and so much more! The camp operates from 9:00am to 4:30pm from Monday to Friday. There will be three sessions offered for 2010: July 5 9, July 12 16, and July Fees for this program are $180 per child for a 5-day session (same price as last year!). A 10 % discount will be applied for JCCC members and additional children from the same family will receive a 5% discount. Extended camp care is available from 8:00am to 9:00am and from 4:30pm to 6:00pm with an additional cost of $35 per session. Camp fees cover all materials, two nutritious snacks per day, and a special activity each week. Campers are required to bring a lunch and drink. So call us today, as the registration deadline is June 28, 2010 and Kamp Kodomo s maximum attendance is 20 children per session. For more information or to register, please consult the enclosed flyer, call or check the website at JCCC Annual General Meeting Notice The membership of the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre is hereby given notice of the 2010 Annual General Meeting on Monday June 21, 2010 at 7:30pm at the JCCC, 6 Garamond Court, Toronto. If you are interested in getting involved with the JCCC, please consider volunteering as a Board member. For more information, please call the JCCC SAMURAI BLUE PROJECT 2010 June 19 - Are You Ready To Experience the Excitement of World Cup Soccer? The JCCC, together with the Japanese Football Club of Toronto (JFT), are excited to announce a soccer-themed event celebrating Team Japan s match with the Netherlands in this year s World Cup. The event starts Friday (June 18) night with a BBQ and some soccer related fun. The following morning we will get up early (7am start time!), enjoy breakfast and watch the game between Japan and the Netherlands live on the big screen in the Kobayashi Hall. Participants are invited to sleep over but please bring all of your own sleeping paraphernalia all we can provide is a floor! It won t be for the faint of heart but it will be fun! Hope to see you there! Date & Time: Pre-game festivities - Friday June 18, 2010, 6:00pm - 12:00am Game day - Saturday June 19, 2010, 7:00am - 9:00am Sleepover plan (includes dinner and breakfast)* Fee: $20 JCCC, JFT members, students, working holiday $25 General *Must be 19 years old and over. Tickets must be purchased in advance at the JCCC or JFT. First 40 people who puchase the sleepover plan will receive a special Japanese national team Adidas bag. There is also a non-sleepover plan available for those who would like to participate in the event. For further information, please contact

5 The Ghost Brush by Katherine Govier A Reading and Discussion with the Author The JCCC is very pleased to announce an evening on Thursday June 3, 2010 with leading Canadian writer Katherine Govier on the launch of her latest Japan-themed novel: THE GHOST BRUSH. The novel is a powerful work, combining international research, scholarly detective work, and imagination to bring Oei, the great, lost woman artist, to life. Oei s drive to paint led her through the barriers of tyranny, political upheaval and famine. But when her strength was pitted against her father, the iconic artist, Hokusai, she could only submit. Katherine Govier has published 8 novels and 3 collections of short stories. Her last novel was THREE VIEWS OF CRYSTAL WATER (4th Estate, London, UK; Harper Collins, Toronto). Her previous novel, CREATION, was a New York Times Notable Book of Katherine has spoken at the Lahti International Writers Reunion in Finland, at the International Festival of Authors in Toronto, at Cambridge University, Princeton University and at the Canadian Embassies in Tokyo, New Delhi and London. She was President of PEN Canada and helped found the new program Katherine Govier Canadian Journalism for Foreign Trained Writers, which is open to refugee and immigrant writers, at Sheridan College, Oakville, Ontario. Copies of THE GHOST BRUSH will be available for purchase and signing at the event. Date: Thursday June 3, 2010 Time: 7:00pm Fee: JCCC Members FREE $5 non-members Last Chance to Register! Euchre night at the JCCC is rapidly approaching. This event only occurs once a year and you don t want to miss out on the excitement of this night. Scoring system is individual based; no set partners. Rules are based on Bicycle rules and once again the dreaded stick the dealer rule will be in effect. There will be a cash bar, light refreshments, and prizes for the top scores! Deadline for registration is May 28, 2010 so plan to join us for friendship, fun and a little card playing finesse! Date : Friday June 11, 2010 Time: 7:00pm (Play starts at 7:40pm promptly) Fee: $25 (+GST) for non-members $20 (+GST) for members Entry is limited to experienced players ages 19 years and older. Maximum 40 players For more information please contact the JCCC at or Nostalgia Night 2010 On Saturday June 19, 2010, from 3:00pm to 8:00pm, the JCCC will be host to Nostalgia Night 2010, which will be the 7th annual event presented by the JCCC Heritage Committee. Every year, a group or persons who have made contribution to the Nikkei community in Toronto is recognized. This year, the Toronto Japanese Language School celebrating their 60th anniversary, the Sakura Kai odori group celebrating their 50th anniversary, and the Ayame Kai odori group, who celebrated their 25th anniversary last year, will be honoured. The evening will again feature a huge buffet of fabulous homemade Japanese Canadian soul food cuisine with many old time favourites as well as other mouth-watering dishes. Admission is free for children under 5, children 5-12 is $5, JCCC members $8, non-members $10. Please purchase your tickets prior to the event at the JCCC Reception Desk. Everyone is invited to come so bring the whole family and enjoy the food, entertainment and the memories. 5

6 Raymond Moriyama with wife Sachi and Gary Kawaguchi, JCCC President. Raymond Moriyama delivers his keynote address. Raymond Moriyama with Jim Galloway and wife Sachi. The Second Annual Sakura Ball - An Unforgettable Evening The second annual Sakura Ball was held on April 10, The evening honoured Raymond Moriyama for all of his great accomplishments and contributions to the JCCC, the community and Canada. The Niagara Culinary Institute served a great meal, Jim Galloway and his Wee Big Band performed including a special piece composed and dedicated to the Moriyamas, and of course, the highlight of the evening, Raymond delivered a keynote address of extraordinary power, wisdom and modesty. In fact the Globe and Mail referred to it as an epic once-in-a-lifetime speech. The JCCC thanks Bill Hatanaka and TD Waterhouse for being our presenting sponsor, and to all the other generous sponsors and guests who made the event successful as both a social event and a fundraiser. Special thanks also goes out to the Nelson Arthur Hyland Foundation for making another in a series of tremendous gifts in support of the Legacy Campaign. The funds raised that night will be applied to paying down the debt incurred in the completion of the final phase of our expansion. Finally, we thought it fitting to quote the opening words by Sakura Ball Chair David Tsubouchi, on the meaning and significance of this Centre: We Japanese Canadians are a rare group in Canada. We are an amalgam, an anomaly. As we progressed from Issei to Nisei to Sansei to Yonsei we became the most inter-married ethnic group in Canada. As a direct result of the internment, the Sansei were taught to be less Japanese and more Canadian. As we grew up, we had little skill in the Japanese language but we spoke English without an accent. We resisted bribes of bicycles from our grandmothers to go to Japanese language school. We played hockey and football. In many respects, we became more Canadian than others who had lived in Canada for countless generations. But as we grew older and wiser, we sought a sense of our identity. We became more interested in our heritage, where we came from and our culture. We came to realize as we became more diverse within our own ethnic group that there were certain things that could be done to maintain and carry on this sense of identity. Foremost is the JCCC that I consider to be the sacred custodian of our past, present and future. The JCCC not only continues to provide the essential cultural programs that will help our children dentify who they are and where they came from but the JCCC also holds its arms out to everyone in Canadian society to help them understand who we are as well. Projects like the Sedai Project that will preserve the records of Japanese Canadians for future generations are essential to the future of our community. This is spear-headed by volunteers like Ann Ashley, Lorene Nagata and Connie Sugiyama. These are our archives and a precious commodity. This is why an event like the Sakura Ball is so important. It tells the stories of our distinguished members of our community like our honoree tonight, Raymond Moriyama. When someone from our community succeeds, we all succeed. We all feel that we share in his accomplishments because we share in those accomplishments. We have immense pride in one of our own. It will allow us to understand our collective consciousness and remember. All photos courtesy of Stan Behal. From left: Sakura Ball Chair David Tsubouchi with Mits Ito and Jay Hayden of the Nelson Arthur Hyland Foundation. 6 From left: Honourary Chair and CEO, TD Waterhouse Bill Hatanaka, Connie Sugiyama, The Honourable Beverly Oda Minister of International Cooperation. Jim Galloway (top) and drummer from Nagata Shachu.

7 Nikkei Kids Day 2010 Another successful Nikkei Kids Day the only event at the JCCC specifically designed for children was held on the Monday of March Break. This year we had over 120 children come out for an enjoyable session of activities (a choice of morning or afternoon) with their parents, grandparents, or guardian on March 15, Nikkei Kids Day is a Heritage Committee event which first began in 2006 to encourage children to learn about their Japanese ancestry and Nikkei heritage through fun activities. The event has become a place to spend quality family time, bringing together all generations of Nikkei. This includes both participants and volunteers running the various activity tables. The special feature this year was the Internment Camp Games area, held in conjunction with the exhibition of paintings by Dr. Henry Shimizu in the Heritage Gallery entitled, Images of Internment. Ideas for the demonstrated games and activities played by children during the internment camp days of the Second World War (which included string games, Jacks, marbles, and soap carving) were contributed by Gloria Sumiya. Another special activity this year was the folding of paper cranes for the August memorial service of the 1910 Rogers Pass Snow Slide in B.C. the worst avalanche in Canadian history that claimed the lives of 58 men, including 32 Japanese labourers. A slightly upgraded activity this year was the calligraphy table where Yukiko Yabuta, Kenzaburo Date, and Yasuko of Noriko Maeda s JCCC Shodo classes wrote children s name in calligraphy on paper fans. The Nikkei Kids Day organizing committee would like to thank all the volunteers who helped to make the event a big success. Yukiko Yabuta, Kenzaburo Date, and Yasuko Shimura New in the Kenjinkai area: Shiga Kenjinkai Making Onigiri Jacks with Kay Fujiwara String games lead by Gloria Sumiya Ikebata Nursery children and teachers Images from Nikkei Kids Day. Photos courtesy of Mika Fukuma. Kyogen Wows Sold-out Kobayashi Hall Last month over 420 fans of traditional Japanese culture filled the Kobayashi Hall for a rare performance of Kyogen, a 600-year old form of Japanese comic theatre. The performance was by the Yamamoto Kyogen Company of Tokyo and represented the single largest performance on their North American Tour. The JCCC thanks the Frank Hori Foundation for their generous support of the performance, as well as the Japan Society of New York and all the great volunteers who helped to create an unforgettable evening. Images from the Kyogen performance. Photos courtesy of David Ohashi. 7

8 Bi-annual Bunka Shishu Show and Competition by Sono Sugie The Bi-annual Bunka Shishu Show and Competition will be held at Momiji Centre, 3555 Kingston Road on Sunday May 30, 2010 from 1:00pm to 5:00pm. Shishu demonstrations at the show give insight to the classes taught at the JCCC. Competition participants are from various classes held in and around the GTA and London. Come and enjoy our delicious food in our cheery tearoom. Recipes are featured in our cookbooks for sale. There will be presentations to the shishu winners, raffle, and door prizes. Admission is $4 and children under 12 are free. Sogetsu Flower Show by Sogetsu Toronto East Branch Sogetsu Toronto East Branch presents its 40th Sogetsu Ikebana Show on Sunday May 30, 2010, from 1:00pm to 5:00pm at the JCCC. Admission is $5, free for children under 12. Opening ceremony is at 1:30pm with Mr. Tetsuo Yamashita, Consul General of Japan. An Ikebana demonstration will follow. Placing emphasis on plant, space and creative art for all environments, Sogetsu teaches the joy, wonder of creation, grace and enrichment in our increasingly diversified contemporary living and architectural spaces, shop, window, streets and stages. Pottery sales and a tearoom will also be available. Everyone is welcome to enjoy the afternoon at the flower show. For further information, please contact Mrs. Abe at Let s Play Ball! JC 3-PITCH Looking For Sunday Ball Players by Bob Doi The Japanese Canadian 3-Pitch Baseball League begin it's 24th season of play at the end of May and we are looking for additional players. Our non-profit league, founded in 1987, is co-ed, with each team comprised of up to 4 women and 10 men, between the ages of 18 and 60 and skill levels from beginner to intermediate. The prime directive of the league is to provide a social, yet competitive environment for persons or families of Japanese ancestry to participate and integrate together, to meet others sharing similar culture, heritage and interests, to have fun and to make friends. Games are on Sunday mornings (9:30-12:00) excluding July and August long weekends in the Warden and Steeles Avenue area. We host several BBQ s during the season and provide a subsidized banquet in September. Each team pitches to their own players (players hit every inning) in a slow pitch/lob ball format with each player receiving 3 (men) or 4 (women) pitches. Membership Deadline: May 7, 2010 Membership Fee: $75.00 (no increase in 8 years) Includes: Team sweater, team photograph, refreshments at all games, league BBQs, subsidized banquet with trophies & door prizes, all bases, bats, balls and other equipment, (players are asked to supply their own glove) First Day of Play: Sunday, May 23rd If you would like additional information about the JC 3-Pitch League or would like to register to play, please call or one of the following committee members: Glen Kawaguchi Paul Takasaki Bob Doi Additional information can also be obtained on our website at: JC3-Pitch Committee: Bob Doi, Glen Kawaguchi, Paul Takasaki, Rob Takimoto, Steve Yano. 8 Kokikai Annual Reunion by Kokikai The annual Kokikai Reunion will be held on Wednesday June 23, 2010 from 11:30am to 3:00pm at the China Buffet King Restaurant in Scarborough. The cost for attending is $15 per person. Friends of members are more than welcome to attend. Please RSVP to one of the following: Diane Carter , Misao Tehara Eiko Tateishi

9 3rd Annual Friends of Mike Golf Tournament & Dinner Saturday June 5, 2010 by Friends of Mike Committee Please join us on Saturday June 5, 2010 for a fantastic day to support the Michael Shin Family and Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD) Research. In 2006, Mike was diagnosed with FTD, a rare and fatal illness which attacks the cells in the brain, impairing judgment, social skills, motor skills and speech. There is currently no known cure. The past two years have been remarkable. Hundreds of people have donated time, money, goods and services to help a family that has been struck by tragedy. All of your kindness and generosity has also helped us raise thousands of dollars towards research to find a treatment for the terrible disease Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD). The tournament has raised $10,000 so far for furthering FTD research. Last year two of the leading clinicians/researchers in FTD treatment, Dr. Sandra Black and Dr. Tiffany Chow attended our event and have since let us know that our work has really helped raise awareness of FTD in the whole community leading to a significant increase in contributions and funds for their work! The day will start with golf (Scramble or Individual) at Bushwood Golf Club at Reesor Road just south of Stouffville. (www. bushwoodgolf.com) This was Mike s home course when it was known as John Evelyn Golf Centre. A delicious buffet dinner will follow at the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, where Mike served on the JCCC Board and Executive for years. For those who can t make the golf, please join us for dinner only and a silent auction. Cost for golf, shared power cart and dinner is $150 per person. Dinner only is $50, children 6-12 $10, and children under 6 are free. All net proceeds go towards FTD Research, Mike s long-term care, and their 3 children s post-secondary education fund. The event has sold out the last two years, so please book early. On behalf of the Friends of Mike Organizing Committee, we wish to sincerely thank you for your past support and hope you will be able to join us again this year! For more information, please visit or call Derek Shin or Gordon Shin From JCCC Ohana Hula The seniors' group has changed their name to Golden Luna, which means "golden moon". Please come and see us perform at the JC Community Picnic on Thursday July 1, 2010 at Caledon Place! (details on picnic on p.12) Also, due to overwhelmiing popularity, all three hula classes (introductory, beginner group A and group B) are full and cannot take any new students at this time. We hope to accomodate more students in the near future. Beauties of Asia 2010 by The Beauties of Asia 2010 Organizing Committee The Beauties of Asia 2010 Pageant, to be held on Sunday May 30, 2010 at Grand York Ballroom at Sheraton Parkway Hotel, is organized by the Global Asian Interactive Youth Association (GAIYA), a long-established and prestigious not-for-profit community youth organization. It was founded in 2003, to further the understanding of Chinese culture and traditions and promote the social, cultural, and the economic well-being of Chinese Canadians. The purpose of Beauties of Asia 2010 is to promote and enrich the communication between different cultures within the Asian Communities and express the Asian culture to the Canadian society. By showcasing the talents of young Asian Canadians in cultural activities, the event is designed to encourage youth to celebrate their heritage and become involved in their communities. Toward that end, a series of competitions will lead through the month of May and into June in celebration of Asian Heritage Month. Global Asian Interactive Youth Association is proud to be involved with Asian Heritage Month through various events and activities. Through Beauties of Asia 2010, the younger generation will be given a precious learning opportunity to understand and accept individual and cultural differences. It will allow them to learn how to respect others and enhance their teamwork skills. This is the 3rd year for GAIYA to hold Beauties of Asia event. Japanese culture will be the theme for this year. The proceeds from this event will go to GAIYA. More than 11 Asian Communities were at the conference and helped to kick off Beauties Of Asia 2010 on April 6. Different Asian Communities showed their support, Including Canadian Multicultural Council-Asians in Ontario, Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Korean Canadian Cultural Association, Federation Philippine Chinese In Ontario, Philippine Independence Day Council, Vietnamese Association Toronto, Malaysian Association of Canada, Afghan Association Of Ontario, Burma Canadian Association Of Ontario, Canada Sri Lanka Association of Ontario, Canadian Cambodian Association of Ontario, Lao Association of Ontario, Thai Society of Ontario, Yin Hua Association, University of Toronto Chinese Scholar & Student Association (UTCSSA), Taiwan Republic of China Student Association at University of Toronto ( ROCSAUT). The 1st place winner can earn a round-trip flight ticket from Toronto to Shanghai and can be invited as one of the Ritual Girls for the Canada Pavilion at the Expo 2010 in Shanghai, China and the 21st China Harbin International Economic and Trade Fair. ( & All winners will be able to join a free tour in China and will receive famous valued cosmetics products. For registration and for more information, please visit website send to or call Application form: send to or fax to , Registration fee: $20 ( Free professional model training provided.) VIP tickets: $108 (including drinks and finger food) Regular tickets: $38 9

10 DONATIONS TO THE JCCC As of April 9, 2010 The JCCC gratefully acknowledges the following donations: JCCC Ms. Maria Amaral 20 Mrs. Tomiko Arai 30 Mr. Ken P. Chong 10 Mrs. Susan Crichton 25 Mrs. Gale Durocher 25 Mr. and Mrs. Mikio Hayakawa 65 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Howard 15 Anonymous 65 Mr. and Mrs. Hideyuki Ioi 15 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ishii 15 Mr. Kiyoshi Ito 20 Mr. Nick Ivanov 20 Mrs. Sumi Iwasaki 100 JTI-Macdonald Corp 25,000 Mr. Fred Kagawa 10 Mr. and Mrs. Nick Kaji 100 Mr. Yo Kato 100 Mr. and Mrs. Ross Kawabata 15 Ms. Collis Kelly 20 Mr. Marwan G. Khoury 20 Mr. and Mrs. Herb Kikuta 15 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kishimoto 25 Mrs. Grace Kobayashi 25 Mr. and Mrs. George Kodama 15 Kokikai 30 Mr. and Mrs. Noboru Koyama 100 Mr. B Kumamoto 100 Mrs. Kazuko Kumamoto 50 Mr. Yuji Kurano 20 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marubashi 100 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Matsui 100 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Matsushita 50 Mr. Fred Mende 20 Mrs. Mary Tomie Mizutani 30 Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Moritsugu 100 Mr. and Mrs. Yoji Murase 25 Mr. and Mrs. Kenro Nagasaka 65 Mrs. Setsuko Sue Nakagawa 80 Mrs. Terrie Nakamura 20 Mr. and Mrs. Masaki Naruse 100 Mr. William Naruse & Ms. Polly Shimizu 100 Mrs. Mutsuko Nishikawa 10 Mr. and Mrs. Hank Nishimura 50 Mrs. Tomi Nishimura 30 Mr. and Mrs. Kazuo Oiye 100 Mrs. Christine Okawara 100 In appreciaton - support of Momiji Mrs. Ruth Puri 50 Ms. J Sato 10 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Eizo Sugimoto 100 Mr. and Mrs. George Suzuki 200 Mr. and Mrs. Krisztian Szabo 50 Mr. and Mrs. Haruo Takeno 50 Mrs. Marie Terakita 20 Mr. Howie H. Toda 100 Toronto Geino Aikokai 300 Kyogen Performance Toronto Japanese Seventh Day Adventist Church 100 Mr. and Mrs. Mel Tsuji 100 Mrs. Aiko Tsukada 15 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tsushima 100 Anonymous 30 Anonymous 100 Mrs. Harue Kay Yamamoto 50 In Memoriam In memory of Aiko Nicki Koyanagi Mr Mas and Mrs Elizabeth Tsuji 100 Mr. Mas Tsuruoka 30 In memory of Atsuko Tateyama Mrs. Aileen Chiba 25 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Doi 25 Mrs. Irene H. Fujiwara 25 Ms. Fumi Hashimoto 20 Mr. and Mrs. Sid Ikeda 50 Mrs. Chiyoko Izumi 20 Mrs. Terrie T. Kawaguchi 20 Mrs. Joanne Kiyonaga 30 Ms. Yoko Kobayashi 30 Mr. and Mrs. Tad Miura 25 Mrs. Frances Nakamura 25 Ms. Denise Nishimura 25 Mr. and Mrs. Tak Nishino 25 Mr. and Mrs. Sam Noda 50 Mr. and Mrs. Buzz Ogaki 25 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Oyagi 25 Mr Tosh Sakura 25 Ms. Joan Sora 20 Mr. and Mrs. Rick Tazumi 30 Mrs. Betty Ura 50 Mr. and Mrs. George Yano 25 In memory of Dr Misao Yoneyama Mrs. Pat Adachi 40 Ms. Lorna Dean 100 In memory of Hitoshi Keith Towata Fumi & Gail Towata 200 Mrs. Doris Fujioka 20 Ms. Terri Fujioka 25 Mr. Frank Isoshima 25 Mrs. Catherine Kumamoto Mr. and Mrs. Mas Mori 20 Mr. and Mrs. Tad Oyagi 50 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Oyagi 50 Mr. and Mrs. Aki Saisho 30 Mrs. Ruth Saito 25 Mrs. Aya Sawayama 20 Mr. and Mrs. Tak Shiga 25 Mr. and Mrs. Tony Tonegawa 20 Mrs. Betty Ura 30 In memory of Harvey Okawara & Keith Towata Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ohori Mr. Toki Toyama 50 In memory of Henry Iwasaki Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hashimoto 100 Mr. Masao Iwasaki 200 In memory of Hideo Oshimo Mrs. Gloria Toshiko Oshimo 100 In memory of Hiroshi Roy Sasaki Mrs. Ruth Usami 100 In memory of Irene Yaeko Maruno Vicki, Caitlin, Kevin, Courtney, Angela Maruno, Charlotte Maruno & Craig Anderson 500 In memory of Kay Keiko Onizuka Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ikeda 25 In memory of Kenji Ikeno & Ruby Tateyama Mrs. Daisy Asada 50 In memory of Luke Yoshikazu Tanabe Shibuya Family 100 In memory of Misao Fujiwara Mrs. Tosh Fukuda 50 In memory of Mitzi Ohara Miss Yoshie Kosaka 25 In memory of Mr. & Mrs. Seitaro Tsumura Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shigetomi 100 In memory of Reo Nagasaka Mrs. Nori Nagasaka 200 In memory of Richard Tanaka Ms. Susan Mazzoli 50 In memory of Ron Tajiri Mr. and Mrs. Tak Shiga 25 In memory of Tak Hatanaka Mrs. Terrie T. Kawaguchi 20 In memory of Ted Ikeda Mrs. Doris Fujioka 20 Mrs. Joan Hirano 20 Mrs. Yasuko P. Kusano 20 Mrs. Toshiko Mori 20 Mrs. Marge Yoshiye Suyama 25 Mrs. Satoko Mary Uchida 30 In memory of Yaki Nakashima Mrs. Kay Fujiwara 30 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kobayashi 30 Mrs. Yasuko P. Kusano 20 Bazaar Fujitec Canada Inc 50 Anonymous 300 NYK Line (Canada) Inc 500 R.S. Kane Funeral Home 100 St. Andrew's Japanese Anglican Church 300 Vuteq Canada 200 Gendai Art Gallery Ikebata Nursery School 325 Mr. Daisuke Takeya 500 Extensions Exhibition Heritage Anonymous 40 In memory of Harvey Hideo Okawara Mrs. Kathryn Okawara 500 Mrs. Pat Adachi 40 Jim & Keiko Alsop 25 Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Amemori 25 Mrs. Betty Lou Arai 50 Peter Arakiel and Family 100 Mrs. Armstrong 40 Dr. and Mrs. Kinji Asahina 100 Mr. and Mrs. Shige Ashikawa 50 Mrs. Sally Bailey 25 Bank of Montreal 100 Mr. and Mrs. Doug Brien 25 L Brklacich 100 Ms. Mary Campbell 25 Ms. Sabrina Chang 100 Mr. Calvin Chen 50 Lynne Collins & Ron Stewart 50 Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Eto 50 Mr. and Mrs. Ken Foster 50 Mrs. Jean Y. Fujimoto Baba 20 Mr and Mrs Sam Fukuzawa 100 Ms. Margaret Haines 50 Mr. Damon Hartlin 20 Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hashimoto 20 Grant Haynen and Dawn Maruno 1,000 Mary Cornell-Hori, Kathy, Sandra and Barbara Hori 100 Mr. and Mrs. John Hsuen 100 Mr. Peter Hustler 100 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ikeda 25 Mr. and Mrs. Sid Ikeda 50 Mrs. Chiyo Inamoto 25 Mr. and Mrs. Fujio Inamoto 25 Mrs. Hiroko Clare Inouye 50 Ella Irving and Margaret Rousseau

11 Mr. and Mrs. James Ito 25 Mrs. Miyo Ito 25 Mr. Peter Ito 100 Mr. and Mrs. George Iwata 25 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Iwata 25 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jensen 100 Mrs. Shizuko Kadoguchi 100 Anonymous 50 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kawabe 25 Sumi, Martin, Abby Kobayakawa 100 Mr. Martin Kobayashi 100 Mr. and Mrs. James Koyanagi 25 Ms. Mitsy Kuwahara 25 Mrs. Janet Lee 25 Ms. Sandra Leith 30 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marubashi 50 Vicki, Kevin, Angela, Charlotte and Caitlin and Courtney Maruno, Craig Anderson, Jody Cryderman 350 Mrs. Eleanor Maruno 100 Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Matsubayashi 100 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Matsui 50 Mr. Hideo Matsumoto 30 Mrs. Katharine Matsumoto 20 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Matsunaga 50 Ms. Elizabeth McIntosh 50 Ms. Susan McKane 100 Mrs. Kay Mende 25 Mrs. Melody M. Miki 50 Mrs. Hannah Misumi 20 Dr. Sam Misumi Mrs. Mitzi Miyasaki 25 Soraya Mohamed 50 Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mori 75 Mr. Harry Murakami 200 Mr and Mrs Min Nagahara 25 Mrs. Lillian Nakamura 50 DONATIONS TO THE JCCC As of April 9, 2010 The JCCC gratefully acknowledges the following donations: Mr. and Yaki Nakashima 35 Nana and Tomi Nishimura 50 Mr. and Mrs. Yukio Ode 50 Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ohashi 30 Mr. and Mrs. George Ohori 20 Ms. Kay Oiye 100 Mr. and Mrs. Kazuo Oiye 50 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Oiye 50 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Oiye 25 Art and Chris Okawara 100 Ms. Louise Okawara 200 Mr. Mark Okawara 100 Mr. and Mrs. Tosh Omoto 25 Mrs. Barbara Ono 50 Miss Carole Ono 200 Mr. and Mrs. Tad Oyagi 25 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Oyagi 25 Michael & Barbara Rea 100 George and Velma Sachs 50 Victor and Janet Sakamoto 25 Mr. Frederick Sasaki 50 Satoko and Joy Sato 50 Mrs. Beverley Shave 100 Maureen, Keith, Max & Miya Sheffield 100 Mrs. Barb Sherriff-Scott 30 Mr. and Mrs. Tak Shiga 25 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shimada 150 Mr. Ron Shiomi 50 J Stevens 100 Ms. Kim Stevens 100 Mrs. Yoshiko Sunahara 100 Mr. and Mrs. Kunio Suyama 25 Mr. George Takahashi 25 Mr. and Mrs. Hideo Takasaki 50 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Takasaki 50 Jean and Bill Tanaka 30 Ms. Elsie Toguri 50 Mr. Richard Tsuchiya 50 Mrs. Betty Ura 30 Ms. Shirley Vaughan 30 Ms. Pamela Waintraub 50 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wakayama 100 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Washimoto 50 Ms. Margaret Webster 25 Ernie, Laurini & Christa Wypkema 30 Mr. David Yamashita 25 Mr. and Mrs. George Yamazaki 100 Mrs. Sue Yoshida 25 Dr. and Mrs. John Yoshioka 100 Supporting Members Ambassador: Mr. Martin Kobayashi 950 Leader: Ms. Yoko Kobayashi 500 Partner: Mrs. Betty Lou Arai 150 Mr. Dave Azuma 130 Mrs. Shizuko Kadoguchi 150 Mr. and Mrs. Toshiki Kaga 150 Mr. and Mrs. Ross Kawabata 150 Ms. Kyoko Kitazaki 130 Mrs. Yasuko Kobayashi 120 Mrs. Katharine Matsumoto 130 Mr. and Mrs. Joe K. Miyazaki 150 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nakamura 150 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nakamura 115 Mr. and Mrs. Krisztian Szabo 100 Mr. Steven Tazumi 120 Mr. Toki Toyama 130 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Uchikura

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15 5 6 7 月の行事予定 5 月 1 日 ( 土 ) JCCCバザー 5 日 ( 水 ) ウィンフォードシニア会合 8 日 ( 土 ) カラオケクラブ会合 9 日 ( 日 ) jpals 和食作りワークショップ 19 日 ( 水 ) 饅頭作りワークショップ 19 日 ( 水 ) ウィンフォードシニア会合 20 日 ( 木 ) 和紙グリーティングカード ワークショップ 22 日 ( 土 ) カラオケクラブ会合 24 日 ( 月 ) JCCC 休館日ー Victoria Day 27 日 ( 木 ) 映画鑑賞会 ディア ドクター 6 月 2 日 ( 水 ) ウィンフォードシニア会合 3 日 ( 木 ) Katherine Govier 本紹介 5 日 ( 土 ) カラオケクラブ会合 10 日 ( 木 ) 折り紙ワークショップ 16 日 ( 水 ) ウィンフォードシニア会合 17 日 ( 木 ) 映画鑑賞会 日 ( 金 土 ) ワールドカップ日本応援イベント 19 日 ( 土 ) ノスタルジアナイト 21 日 ( 月 ) JCCC 総会 25 日 ( 金 ) jpals 朗読ナイト 26 日 ( 土 ) カラオケクラブ会合 7 月 1 日 ( 木 ) JCCC 休館日ー Canada Day 3 日 ( 土 ) カラオケクラブ会合 5 日 ( 月 ) キャンプこどもセッション 1 10 日 ( 土 ) 夏祭り 12 日 ( 月 ) キャンプこどもセッション 2 16 日 ( 金 ) jpalsワインテイスティングセミナー 18 日 ( 日 ) ありがとうデー 19 日 ( 月 ) キャンプこどもセッション 3 24 日 ( 土 ) 新世代映画祭 31 日 ( 土 ) カラオケクラブ会合 jpals 日本語で学ぼう楽しもうシリーズ総領事公邸の槇峰美那料理人による和の料理教室 5 月の jpals 日本語で学ぼう 楽しもうプログラムは 在トロント日本国総領事館のご協力をいただき 公邸料理人による料理教室を 開催します 現在総領事公邸の料理人として腕を振るわれているのは 女性シェフ 日本料理が専門の槇峰美那さんです 美那さんは大阪辻調理師専門学校を経て辻調理師技術専門学校日本料理課で2 年間日本料理を専門に学ばれました 卒業後 槇峰美那さんそのまま辻調理師技術専門学校に残り 料理講師として 6 年間ご活躍されました その後新天地を求め 在ユジノサハリンスク総領事館で約 5 年間 料理人としてお仕事 日本の食材がなかなか揃わない環境の中 講習会などで現地の方々に日本料理を教えることもあったそうです 2009 年 1 月からは在トロント総領事館勤務で 総領事公邸にて総領事ご夫妻の毎日のお食事 そしてお客様のおもてなしに料理をされています 昨年の7 月に天皇皇后両陛下のトロント御訪問時には 美那さんの和食で晩餐が行われたとの事です 今回の料理教室メニューは 簡単なおもてなし料理 と題し 記念日のお食事やお友達を招いてのパーティに活用できる和の料理三品 ( 合鴨の照り焼き 冷蔵庫の中のものを使ってご飯もの1 品 野菜の和風ピクルス ) です トロントで手に入る食材でのメニューですから ご自宅でも気軽に実践できることでしょう プロの技をしっかり見て学べるデモンストレーション形式の講習会で もちろん美那さんが作られたお料理は参加者の皆様にその場でご試食いただき レシピのプリントをお持ち帰りいただきます 講習会中は随時質問可能 写真撮影もOKなカジュアルな講習会です 美那さんはお仕事柄 著名人にお料理を出されることが多いので そういった時のお話なども飛び出すかもしれません 今回は初回限定の特別料金です 人数に制限がありますので お申し込みはお早めにどうぞ 日時 :2010 年 5 月 9 日 ( 日 ) 午後 1 時から 3 時半まで参加費 :JCCC 会員 $35 非会員 $45 初回限定特別料金 ) 持ち物 : 筆記用具 お申し込み お問い合わせは JCCC 受付 416 ー 441 ー 2345 まで Jpals のプログラムに関するお問い合わせは までどうぞ 6 月朗読ナイトのお知らせ : 前回好評だった語りの会とjpals 共催の 朗読ナイト が 2010 年 6 月 25 日午後 7 時からJCCCで行われます 入場は無料です 当日の朗読者および朗読される本などの詳細は次号に掲載されます 7 月浴衣着付けワークショップキャンセルのお知らせ 7 月に予定されていました浴衣着付けワークショップが先生のご都合によりキャンセルになりました 15

16 5 月映画鑑賞会 ディア ドクター 2010 年 5 月 27 日 ( 木 ) 午後 7 時から映画 ディア ドクター ( 西 川美和監督 笑福亭鶴瓶主演 ) を上映します 入場料は JCCC 会員 $ 6 非会員 $8 です 国内映画賞を数多く受賞 心の奥底を強く揺さぶりながら 観終わった後には温かな気持ちで満たされる 極上の人間ドラマ ( 公式サイトより ) です 日本語音声 英語字幕 JCCC 健康麻雀! 麻雀ワークショップ始まりました! 麻雀をする楽しみを覚えたら あなたもきっとそのゲームの面白さに虜になり 3 時間はあっという間に過ぎていくでしょう 麻雀ワークショップ参加者の皆さんは 3 月 24 日からその楽しさを満喫されています 初心者グループ 女性グループ そして上級者グループの皆さんは 毎週木曜日に 3 人のボランティアの指導者の皆さんと一緒に麻雀を楽しんでおられます 麻雀の勝負で勝つためには 計算能力 戦略能力 総合洞察能力などが必要ですが 麻雀は一緒にゲームをする仲間との絆を深めるのにも役立ちます 将来的に またワークショップを継続予定ですので 興味のある方は お名前を Waiting リストに載せることをお忘れなさいませんように また 麻雀経験者でボランティアとして指導してくださる方も随時募集しておりますので J-sports チームのこの企画をサポートしながら健康麻雀を楽しむことに興味のある方は 三船純子 (Emai までご連絡ください ワインテイスティングセミナー今年の 10 月に予定されている jpals ワイナリーツアーに先駆けて 7 月 16 日 ( 金 ) 午後 7 時からワインテイスティングセミナー ( 日本語 ) を行います 参加費は JCCC 会員 $20 非会員 $25 です 参加される方はテイスティング用のワイングラスを 3 つお持ちになって下さい ( グラスをお持ちでない方はこちらでプラスチック製のものをご用意します ) またワインテイスティング参加者がワイナリーツアーに参加される場合はツアー料金が割引になります 詳細は当日お知らせいたします ワインテイスティングセミナーに参加希望の方は JCCC までご登録下さい 今回のテイスティングを指導して下さるのはソムリエの資格をお持ちの長岡裕司さんとナイアガラ地区を含むオンタリオ各地に精通したメディアコーディネーターの中村 ( ミッキー ) 滋さんです 中村さんはワインの味や質を影響するオンタリオの風土や気候の特徴についてお話して下さいます 多くの方のご参加をお待ちしています 以下は裕司さんからのメッセージです : あのワイン美味しかったけど なんだったっけ? といった経験は誰にでもあるのではないでしょうか 大切なのは ワインのブランド名を覚えることではなく ワインの味や特徴をおぼえておくことです それが出来れば 同じワインは見つからなくとも それに近いワインは探し出せます そのために必要なのが 知識 とそのワインを覚えておくヒントとなる 表現力 です 少々小難しく感じるかもしれませんが あることを理解するとグッとワインが身近に感じられると思います キーワードは ワインは農産物である です 今回のティスティングでは 主要品種のティスティング ( 赤白 3 杯ずつ ) をしながらそれぞれの特徴をつかみ ワインは農作物である ということを理解して頂けたらと思ってます ワインは農作物である ことをもう少し具体的に言いますと例えば わかりやすくオレンジで考えるとして : 暑い気候の地では 完熟で甘みのある濃縮されたオレンジができます 寒い気候の地では なかなか熟すことがなく 酸味が強く 味もどこか淡白です これを葡萄 = ワインに置き換えると ( 糖分はアルコールに変わるので ) 暑い気候の地では ( カリフォルニア オーストラリア 南フランス スペイン ) 色の濃い濃縮感があり フルーティーで アルコール分の高い = フルボディーのワインができます 寒い気候の地では ( ボルドー ブルゴーニュ ナイアガラ ) 完熟しないことから酸味 タンニン ( 苦味 ) が強く 果実味が前面に出ることなく むしろ繊細なワインになります 当日はベーシックなワインを飲んでいただき 好きな品種を またそこからどの地方のワインが自分に合いそうか探すヒントを提供できれば と思います 最後になりましたが 略歴です 長岡裕司トロントで生まれ 9 歳のときに日本に帰国 大学在学中 バーテンダーのアルバイトをきっかけに接客業の楽しさを知る 卒業を機にトロントに戻り 日本食レストランでのアルバイトを経て Oliver Bonacini RestaurantsのSquareにServer Assistant として就職 以降 Canoeを始め系列店を異動しながら ワインとフードの知識と北米式 Hospitaliyを学ぶ 現在 Biff's BistroにてServerとして勤務 2010 年 WSET(Wine & Spirit Education Trust) Advance certificate in Wines and Spirits 取得 16

17 Jpals 夏の子供ミュージカルキャンプ : 歌って 踊って日本の児童ミュージカル劇団の子供たちと共に ミュージカルを通して学ぼう 楽しもう jpalsプログラム 日本語で学ぼう 楽しもう 初の試みである子供向けのミュージカルキャンプが今年 8 月に開催され 既にお申し込みを受け付けています キャンプは日本の児童ミュージカル劇団 大きな夢 の指導による楽しい歌と踊りのレッスン 5 日間 ( 月曜日から金曜日まで ) そして成果披露公演が土曜日に行われます キャンプには講師陣はもとより 日本の劇団生徒さん達 ( 幼稚園児から大学生まで ) もキャンプに参加します 5 日間のキャンプ前半は 舞台に立つに当たり必要となるストレッチやダンス お腹から声を出すための発生練習が中心に行われます 発声練習では あいうえお を基本とした発声 開口 ( 口の開け方 ) 滑舌( 早口言葉 ) をプロのアナウンサー訓練用テキストで行います キャンプ中盤からは参加者の身長やキャラクターを元に配役 成果披露公演のため振り付けや台詞の練習となります 日本からの参加者はカナダに住む子供たちの 先輩 と言う形で 練習中サポートしてくれます せっかく日本とカナダの子供達が交わるのですから 文化交流に 英語の歌にも挑戦します 英語の歌ではカナダの子供たちがリードして発音などを助けてあげることが出来るでしょう キャンプの総仕上げとして行われる成果披露の公演 ( 希望者のみ ) では 日本から参加の子供たちにカナダの参加者も混ざり ミュージカルの舞台に立ちます 舞台で一生懸命演じ お客様から拍手をいただくことは かけがえのない思い出となるに違いありません あらゆる世代や生活環境が違う子供たちが協力し合って作り上げるミュージカルがどのようになるか楽しみですね そして 一週間のキャンプと舞台を通して 子供たちに日加友情の輪が広がることを望んでいます キャンプ中及び公演の指導は全て日本語で行われます 劇団 大きな夢 は 子供たちの無限の可能性を引き出すべく16 年前に設立され 現在は全国規模で展開している実績のある劇団です 劇団に関する詳しい情報はウェブサイト jp をご覧ください キャンプ日時 : 2010 年 8 月 16 日 ( 月 )-8 月 20 日 ( 金 ) 午前 9 時から午後 4 時まで 公演日時 : 8 月 21 日 ( 土 ) 午後 1 時にJCCC 集合 開演 午後 4 時 ) 参加費 : 一般 $200 JCCC 会員 $180( 兄弟姉妹で二人以上参加の場合は二人目から5% 割引 ) 場所 : 日系文化会館 ( キャンプ 公演 打ち上げパーティ ) 指導 : 劇団 大きな夢 ( 演技 : 青砥洋 振付 ダンス : 中尾弘隆 歌唱: 吉本愛梨 ) 参加者年齢枠 : 9 歳から18 歳まで (9 歳未満のお子様に関しては個別にご相談ください ) * 公演終了後 参加者と父母向けの打ち上げパーティを予定しています ( 午後 5 時半より ) * 参加料金にはGSTが加算されます Jpals ミュージカルキャンプ用のお申し込み書 ( 日本語 ) は会館受付にご用意してあります 又 JCCC ウェブサイト からもダウンロードできます お申し込み 詳細お問い合わせは お電話にて日系文化会館受付 までご連絡ください 参加人数に枠がありますので お申し込みはお早めにどうぞ キャンプ中のランチをご希望のお子様は事前にお知らせいただければ ご用意いたします 月曜日から金曜日までの 5 日分 $30(+ 税 )) なつかしのメロディー なつかしのメロディー と題した歌謡ショーが 2010 年 5 月 29 日 ( 土 ) 午後 6 時半より JCCC 小林ホールにて トロント芸能愛好会主催 日系文化会館 JCCC カラオケクラブ協賛で行われます 昭和 10 年代から昭和 40 年代初めまでの数々の歌謡曲の名曲を網羅し また 山本一座の寸劇を交えてお送りします 尚 当日はエトビコ剣道クラブのうどん サンコー商店の幕の内弁当 食工房いぶきの和菓子などが出店されます お問い合わせは中山あつ子 ハリー川邉 又チケットは 15 ドルでチケット販売については土山悦子 大森けい子 までお申し込み下さい 草月トロント東支部生け花展植物 空間そして個々の異なる生活環境を基調にした創造力を駆使し自己表現の理念に基く第 40 回目の ( 恒例 34 展 ) 草月生け花展を来る 2010 年 5 月 30 日 ( 日 )JCCCに於いて午後 1 時から5 時まで開催されます 当日は 1 時半より山下哲生総領事に依る開会式に続き会員によるデモンストレーションが予定されて居ります お茶室の用意もあり 会員 他の手作り花器なども販売されます ご家族 友人をお誘い合わせの上 春のひと時をエンジョイしていただきたいと当会では希望して居ります 入場料は5ドル 12 歳以下無料お問合せは 阿部まで 17

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20 NEO TOKYO SAMURAI BLACK WORLD TOUR 2010 THURSDAY JUNE 24 SOUND ACADEMY TORONTO ALL AGES WORLD TOUR DVD AVAILABLE NOW! Phone: , Ticketmaster Outlets, Rotate This & Soundscapes 20

21 Kamp Kodomo Summer 2010 Our Mission To provide a stimulating and educational Japanese/Japanese Canadian cultural experience for young children. Who can register? Children ages 6 to 12 Years Dates Session 1 July 5-9 Session 2 July Session 3 July Times Camp Hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Extended camp care is available daily from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. and from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. Fee $ 180/week 10% discount for JCCC Members 5% discount for additional siblings attending the same session Extended care is $ 35/week. What is included? Children get to participate in a variety of hands-on sessions including: Drama Martial Arts Music Cooking Dance Language History Arts and Crafts Geography And More!!! There are two snacks each day and one special activity day per week that may include an offsite trip. Children must bring a nutritious lunch and drink each day. Why register? Kamp Kodomo is run by trained and qualified instructors and many dedicated volunteers. This team knows that exposure to culture is the best way to ignite interest and to hand over tradition to the next generation. Together, they work to ensure that the children have a wonderful time in a safe environment. How to register Just fill in the form on the opposite side. Submit one (1) Registration Form for each child. Return to the JCCC via mail, in person or via fax. Enrollment is limited to 40 children per week. Registration deadline June 28, Garamond Court, Toronto, ON M3C 1Z5 Tel: Fax: Website: 21

22 Kamp Kodomo Registration Form July 5-23, 2010 Please Print Clearly One Form for Each Child Child s Name: Last First Child s Home Address: Number Street Apt/Suite City Postal Code Telephone, include area code Birth Date: Sex: [ ] Male [ ] Female Age: Date Month Year Ontario Health Insurance Number Doctor s Name Phone No. Name of Parent or Guardian: Last First Relationship to Child: [ ] Mother [ ] Father [ ] Other, please specify: Contact During the Day: Work Telephone Number Cellular Phone/Pager Number Address: Is there other important information about your child that you would like us to know? For example, friends at the program, special interests, sports, musical instruments or arts and crafts: Medical Conditions/Food & Other Allergies: Program Fees = ($ per week) ( ) Week 1: Jul No. of weeks = ( ) Week 2: Jul Sub-total = ( ) Week 3: Jul Deduct 10% if you have JCCC Family Membership = Deduct 5% for additional children from same family = Additional Extended Program Fee = ($35.00 per week) Specify week: Total = Payment is included by: [ ] Cheque (Payable to JCCC) (Debit Card payment accepted at JCCC reception desk) [ ] MasterCard [ ] VISA [ ] AMEX Number Expiry Date Payment and Withdrawal information: Fees can be made by current dated cheques, VISA, MasterCard, AMEX or debit card. Indicate the children s names on the reverse side of all cheques. Include your VISA, MasterCard or AMEX information on this registration form if you wish to pay by credit card or if you are faxing your forms. Please note there is a $10.00 administrative charge for all NSF Cheques returned or for VISA, MasterCard or AMEX declines. Debit card payment in person only. Full payment must be made prior to session start date. Refund Policy: Refunds, less a $25.00 administrative charge per registrant, will be issued for all program session cancellation received in writing. Refunds are not available within one week prior to the program start date. Medical & Emergency Information: Please ensure that you provide all information requested on the registration form. A minimum of one program supervisor, coordinator or assistant is certified in Emergency First Aid Care and CPR. Special needs: Please contact the JCCC office and we will endeavor to accommodate them. Release: I hereby agree to the terms and conditions outlined above and hereby release and agree to indemnify and hold harmless the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, its directors and offices, its staff, employees and volunteers from any liability concerning our child(ren)'s involvement in JCCC s Kamp Kodomo and further agree that the use of all JCCC facilities is made at the risk of the applicant. The child(ren) & parent(s) agree, that any pictures taken during the program can be used in any promotion or advertisement by the JCCC. By signing below, parents/guardians and child (ren) agree to abide by all rules, regulations & standards of conduct as required by the program staff for the session for the enjoyment & benefit of all participants. Parent/Guardian Signature Date If you are registering more than one child, submit one (1) Registration Form for each child. Return to the JCCC via mail, in person or via fax. Enrollment is limited to 40 children per week. Registration deadline June 28, 2010 JCCC, 6 Garamond Court, Toronto, Ontario M3C 1Z5 Phone: (416) Fax: (416) For Office Use only Receipt Number Amount Date 22

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