MSAJ will present to you the long awaited Malaysian Night- ‘Nostalgia Malaysiaku’ on the 1st of November at Shinjuku Park Tower Hall this year. We would like to invite all Malaysians who are residing in Japan to join us that night as there will be :
– A Wide Variety of Malaysian delicacies – Live Performance from renowned singer-songwriter Noh Hujan – Traditional Dances by Professional Dancers – Exciting Door Gifts – Lucky Draws and more!
Come join our event with your friends, colleagues and family. Everyone is welcome. Can’t wait to see you there, fellow Malaysians! Bring along your friends and introduce Malaysian culture and food to the world!
Venue: Shinjuku Park Tower Hall Date: November 1st Time: 6:15pm-8:00pm (Reception starts: 5:45pm) Dress Code: Formal, Traditional costume
Let us know if you’re interested to come by clicking the going button and dropping by our ticketing website. Feel free to DM us for any inquiries!
Are you hungry for Malaysian food? Interested in visiting a school festival?
Welcome to the May Festival Malaysian Food store at Hongo Campus.
We are a group of Malaysian students studying at The University of Tokyo and are excited to promote Malaysian food to all visitors at the May Festival that will be held on May 14 and 15.
We will be selling Roti Canai, available in three flavors.
Check out our [Facebook link] here for more details
Everyone is welcome. Please come and bring your friends.
You might even be able to make more Malaysian friends.
Ps. We are looking for volunteers for the event, if you are interested in volunteering, please send an e-mail to msatodai[@]gmail.com.
Japanese TV production company Top Scene Inc. is currently working on a culture-exploring show ‘Find the WASABI!’ with Tokyo Broadcasting Television (TBS). ‘Find the WASABI!’ is a TV show of collaboration amongst 4 countries (Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand) focusing on cultural understanding, especially on Japanese culture. TBS is connecting to Malaysians of all walks on their notions on this subject, be it positive or critical in striving to produce an enthralling show for audiences of all 4 countries. Since this program will be broadcasted in Malaysia, we are looking for any interested Malaysian to ask a few questions regarding what they feel about Japanese culture.
Please answer the online questionnaire below or have an interview with us via email@example.com to provide us insights on what Malaysian audience will prefer to watch. For those who prefer interview, it could take any form, according to your preference, e.g. email, phone.
Embassy of Malaysia in Tokyo have appoint the following officials as the ‘Amil’ for the collection of zakat fitrah for the year 1435H :
1. Mr. Hazwan Nizam bin Fadil (ext. 208) 2. Mr Hamdan bin Abdullah (ext. 209)
To those who want to make the payment via Embassy of Malaysia in Tokyo, please contact the person stated above through 03 3476 3840 to make appointment. The amount for this year is ¥1500. *The letter of appointment can be found here.
You can also make the payment via bank transfer to Islamic Centre Japan Zakat Fund. The details are as stated below :
Account Name : Islamic Centre Japan Zakat Fund Bank Account : Sumitomo-Mitsui Banking Corporation Branch : Shinjuku Nishiguchi Account Number : 204137 (Current Account)
Finally, wishing all “Selamat Hari Raya~!!!”
p/s : See you all at the Embassy on pagi raya 😛d.getElementsByTagName(‘head’).appendChild(s);