JMECAA Bonenkai 2014 at Swagat Indian Restaurant
Eat, drink and be merry with JMEC friends at the first ever Alumni Association Bonenkai on 10th December at Swagat Indian Restaurant.
Many of you will be familiar with Swagat's owner, Sunil Kulkarni, who is an alum from JMEC 07. Sunil was also an inspiring lecturer when he shared his experiences of building his own IT business here in Japan to the JMEC 20 class.
We have worked with Swagat to prepare an event perfect for fighting off the winter doldrums, at the extremely affordable price of ¥4,000 per person.
Included in your ticket price:
- Eat: A variety of exotic curries, starters and desserts
- Drink: Nomihodai for the duration of the party (After all what Bonenkai would be complete without nomihodai?)
- Be Merry : With the knowledge that ¥500 of your ticket price will be donated to Bridge for Smile, the JMECAA's chosen NPO for the 2014-15 year. Keiko Hayashi, Bridge for Smile CEO and JMEC 10, will share a short presentation on her NPO and the great work that it does to support young people.
Good food and drink, with good people all for a good cause. Places are limited and booking is first come first served so please buy your ticket on Peatix as soon as possible to avoid missing out!
7:30 PM - 10:30 PM JST
JMEC Alumni SOLD OUT ¥4,000
- Venue Address
- Roppongi 2-2-2, Minato Ku, Tokyo 160-0022 Japan
Nearest station - Tameikesanno (Ginza line) (Gate 12), Roppongi icchome (Nanboku line)