Osaka & Kansai Area Events

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Interested in learning about working in the field with MSF? Join us for an MSF recruitment information session with presentations by our field worker Dr. Hiroshi Takenaka (OBGY) and Gaspard Chouraqui (Admin/Project Coordinator), and our recruitment officer to learn more about MSF’s humanitarian work, our field workers, and how you can too join the MSF team. This session will be in English. Date & Time: Sunday, October 29, 4:00-16:00 Location: L Osaka (3-14 Kitahamahigashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka) Sign up here: or contact MSF Japan Recruitment Team at recruit at tokyo dot msf dot org

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Please join our ‘Kansai Personal Development and Coaching’, for people interested in personal development, self improvement, goal setting, motivation or anything like that. All events are free and we’re flexible in terms of where you come from, where you’re at now and where you want to go in life:

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First Egyptian restaurant, cafe, and bar in Kyoto. Shisha lounge. Come and enjoy the atmosphere. Belly dancers show weekly. Contact 0906008419

Free party in Osaka. Check Kansai Friends on Facebook for more.

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Stand up comedy . . ROR comedy. Every Friday night at 9 PM at L&L. Tickets are ¥1000 at the door. See Trip Advisor for more details.

Everyone is invited for the party. Join us and meetup with many International people at the party.

Come to our charity show in this weekend, an evening of short plays and songs performed in English. Featuring performers from all over the world. Ticket revenue will be donated to non-profit organizations.

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The best night life in Osaka, meet locals foreigners, learn languages. Like our page on Facebook for more info.

Free event for foreign exchange students. Join us and learn the skills you need to work part-time in yakiniku restaurants, cafes, izakaya and more. For our first event, come learn the most commonly used phrases in the restaurants. You’ll be taught by the Japanese staff currently working in the hospitality industry. Please register to be notified at

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