Tokyo Weekender 40th Anniversary

This month Japan’s first English language free paper Tokyo Weekender turns 40 & the magazine are celebrating with a party that I’ll DJ & MC at Friday 2010.1.15 at 57 in Roppongi. Guy Perryman Membership Black Card holders can enter for Â¥4,000 (otherwise Â¥5,000) for all you can drink & eat!! Have a listen to a chat with Weekender Editor Kelly Wetherille & Media Manager Alex Brooke talking about the past & future of the magazine & the party – click on the play button below..
Read the magazine on-line & see all details about the party at the website www.weekenderjapan.com

Weekender staff Alex Brooke & Kelly Wetherille.
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One Response to “Tokyo Weekender 40th Anniversary”

  1. Yoshiaki Fukukawa says:

    Hello.I first know weekender on NHK TV news show today February 1st 6:00 pm. The most surprising thing is the beautiful editor, Ms Kelly Wetherille’s fluent Japanese. I have become her fun now. I’m a retired Japanese high school teacher. I live in Kiyose city thirty minutes’ train ride from Ikebukuro.Now I’m leading my life with farming. I grow many kinds of vegetables and beans without pesticide and chemical fertilizer.And I’m especially care about seeds. In Japan maybe all over the world farmers use F1 (first filial)seeds. They don’t produce stamen. I don’t think they are very healthy. So I try to use Japanese traditional vegetable seeds. There are few seeds shops which offer the traditional seeds. Anyway if you’ve got interested in such way of farming please come to my small farm. I am willing to explain one of the most safe way of producing vegetables. I am not very good at English and I hope you can understand my English. Thank you for reading.