These activities are for the enjoyment of all TUC Women’s Fellowship members.
Visitors and guests are welcome for their first activity, but we do ask that you join the TUCWF. Membership Fee only ¥4,000/year if you plan to participate in additional activities.
Ah-Sew Craft Group
Ah-Sew is the Women's Fellowship craft group. Lend a hand in sewing,
knitting, gluing, stamping, painting, pinning and more. These crafts
are sold throughout the year at various Women's Fellowship events, including
the monthly programs. Join the group for fun, friendship, craft projects
and plenty of laughter. There is no need for you to have craft skills;
there is no registration and no reservations. Drop in anytime and
stay as long as you like.
Hatsue Tashiro - 042-304-0221
Where: TUC Library
When: Meets most Tuesdays from 10:00 - 15:00
The Lunch Bunch group is looking for venturesome women who like to
try new restaurants or visit various eateries for good food, fun and
fellowship! If you would like to join the fun, please send an email
to Natsu to be added to the distribution list. You will be notified
of upcoming lunch adventures, and you can let her know if you'll be
able to make it.
Natsu Kikuchi, firstname.lastname@example.org
Where: Various restaurants around Tokyo
When: Usually the last Wednesday of each month from about 11:30 -
The first Thursday of each month, the TUCWF holds its monthly program.
Coffee, refreshments, and fellowship is from 9:30, with a variety
of wonderful programs beginning at 10:30. Previous programs have included
Japanese dance and musicians, a puppet show, an Austrian ballet, and
a Christmas and Spring Luncheon. Details of the upcoming program are
listed in the Open Circle newsletter.
Natsu Kikuchi, email@example.com
When: Usually the 1st Thursday of each month beginning at 9:30 a.m.
Each month, there is an interesting and fun tour organized by the
volunteer leaders to various places in or near Tokyo. Join us in visiting
nature or cultural themed tours, and enjoy the company of other TUCWF
members. Most tours are casual and pay-as-you-go. Dates and destinations
are listed in the Open Circle monthly newsletter.
Hiromi Sato through the Reception Desk or email @firstname.lastname@example.org
or Rose Nagakura at the TUC Reception Desk on 03-3400-0047
Our name says it all ~ Shinboku-kai means "international friendship
group" and that's just what we are. The wonderful ladies of our
group usually meet the 4th Thursday of each month to share cultural
differences, learn a new dance, or just have fun sharing together
Elaine Nadaya, email@example.com
When: Usually the 4th Thursday of each month from approximately 10:00
Tokyo Day-to-Day Survival Help
Japanese volunteers will help you practice your Japanese, answer questions
about living in Tokyo, and help with shopping or getting around the
city. Come ask a question, share an experience, or practice a few
sentences in your best Japanese. We hope to keep the conversations
lively with lots of laughter and friendship and warm advice on the
ins -and-outs of living in Tokyo . Come and join in the fun.
Hiromi Sato, 080-5502-5230, firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Hiromi at least two days
prior to the meeting date to: email@example.com
Where: TUC 2nd Floor Classroom
When: 2nd Tuesday of most months from 13:30 - 15:00
Mahjong for Fun!
Come and join the mahjong fun on Thursday afternoons at TUC. The Fellowship Hall (B1) will be open for TUCWF members to come and play mahjong from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. every Thursday (except for church or national holidays). This will be a fun time for members to come and enjoy fellowship together. Beginners are always welcome, too! Regular players must belong to TUCWF.
Contact: We need a leader for this group.
Please contact the TUC Reception Desk 03-3400-0047
Where: Fellowship Hall
When: Thursdays from 13:30 - 15:00