JAPAN: Tea and Empathy

Just helping spread the word.  Let’s all help in any way we can.  Received this from our group mail:


Hi Neighbors,

Please just come and try to drink a cup of Japanese Tea (Maccha), it’s 50,000 VND for each, includes one Japanese cake as well.  All proceeds will be donated to the victims of earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

When: 25th March, Friday
What Time: 8:30 am – 11:00 am
Where: 2nd Floor Vietnam Friendship Association Building, 31 Le Duan St., District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

Sponsored by Vietnam-Japan Friendship Association, Red Cross Vietnam, Japanese Consulate.

We are looking forward to many people to come and share our heart.

Kind regards,

Kyoko Jotani
Vice President of Japanese Tea CLB Ho Chi Minh
Mob:  090 9434015

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3 Responses to JAPAN: Tea and Empathy

  1. Dear Ms. Kyoko Jotani,

    I’m Vy from the Food lovers social network VnNhahang.com. We are running the booking online service for some restaurants and we would like to invite Japanese Tea CLB to join with us. With this service, we just want to bring the benefits for your restaurant and for members in our website. You do not have to pay any fee for us. However, if you would like to join, you have to offer a discount of 20% for every customer who comes to your restaurant when they reserve via VnNhahang.com.

    During the time Japanese Tea CLB joins the booking online service with VnNhahang.com, we will freely provide Japanese Tea CLB a Microsite in VnNhahang.com website to post pictures and PR articles (Pictures and PR articles should be provided by your end).

    If you feel interest in our service, please contact me!

    Thanks very much!

    Best regards,

  2. Pingback: Macch(a) Love to Japan | Hello Saigon!

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