Many thanks for the donations to our fundraising event last April

We are very sorry for reporting the results of our Japan Earthquake Fundraising Event, which took place in April 2016, extremely late. We also apologise that we haven’t updated this website frequently.

Thanks to donations made at AGM on and the fundraising event on 29th April, we raised 420.58 pounds in total and sent the fund to Japan Red Cross Society for the earthquake relief in Kumamoto prefecture in Japan.

Again, thank you so much for your donation and support!

Satomi

Japanese Language & Origami Lesson- Culture Festival 29/04/16

On our campus, Student Union hosts the Cultural Festival week from Sun 24th to Sat 30th. This festival is about celebrating all of the different nationalities and cultures at the university.

Japanese Society is participating in one of the cultural events on Friday 29th, ‘Japanese Language and Origami lesson’. We are hoping to introduce the basic language and our unique culture of Japan through fun activities and demonstrations. Do come along and join us – it’s free entry!

Japanese Language & Origami Lesson- Culture Festival

Learn the basics of the Japanese language and origami from the Japanese Society and learn all about Japanese culture.

Friday 29th April

15:00 – 17:00

Student Union Concourse (Building 42)

Free entry

We also hold a fundraising event on the same day – check Japan Earthquake Relief Fundraising for further details!

Japan Earthquake Relief Fundraising Event 29/04/16

On behalf of Southampton University Japanese Society, I am writing to express our sincere condolence to those affected by the disastrous earthquakes in Kumamoto, Japan. Our sympathy also goes out to people affected by the powerful earthquakes in Northern Ecuador.  Aftershocks are still worrying – we really hope your family, relatives, friends and colleagues are all safe. Do get in touch with us if there is anything we can be of help.  The latest information on emergency relief efforts by the British Red Cross can be found at:http://www.redcross.org.uk/About-us/News/2016/April/Powerful-earthquake-hits-Ecuadorhttp://www.jrc.or.jp/english/relief/160417_004218.html

Miyuki (supervisor)

In response to the earthquake, we are going to hold a fundraising event on 29th April at SUSU Red brick area from 10am to 5pm.

We will collect the relief fund for the recent great earthquakes that struck South-west Japan (Kyushu-region) on 14th April. The victims are still suffering from the aftershocks – they need resources to survive and get back to normal. The fund collected will be sent to Japan Red Cross Society. We hope that many of you could visit our stand and help us a little bit to support the people in the affected areas. Please come along and bring your friends :)

Japan Earthquake Relief Fundraising

Friday 29th April

10:00 – 17:00

SUSU Red brick area

Facebook event page:

https://www.facebook.com/events/1583656708612422/

Satomi

Language Session 1 13/10/2014

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session of the year is coming up on the Monday, 13th October!

In this first session, you will be introduced to basic Japanese, starting with how to read Hiragana and Katakana as well as some basic phrases such as “Hajimemashite” – it means “Nice to meet you!”

It is an amazing opportunity for complete beginners to kick off learning Japanese and for intermediate learners to revise the basic materials with Japanese native speakers!

There is NO minimum requirement for your level of language.

Any members interested in learning Japanese are welcome!

Membership is required to attend the session. Haven’t got one yet? The membership costs you only 3 pounds for 3 years. The fee includes a member card, access to the Japanese library and free entrance to the cultural event we hold later in the year.

This language session will be held at the lecture room 2015 in Building 5 in Highfield Campus, 6.00 – 7.00 PM .

Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to learn Japanese!

Welcome Party 08/10/2014

Hajime mashite!!
Thank you for those who came to see us at the bunfight. We are very excited to announce that SUJaS will be holding the first event of this year, Welcome Party!!!

The event will start from 4pm on 8th October, at Building 85/2207.

We would like to extend a warm welcome to everyone, including continuing members.

Feel free to come to the event, enjoy some Japanese foods, snacks, drinks and have a

chat with us.
Admission is FREE, and NO ticket is needed.

Time:16:00-18:00
Venue:Building 85/2207

Membership is available on this occasion, check out the link below for more detail (sujas.org.uk/society/membership)