Finding the right partner or even a partner in Japan can be downright frustrating! Have you wondered how some of our members found success? Curious about linguistic and cultural hurdles with a significant other and their family?
Join us for our Mentoring Moment’s Senpai Brunch on Sunday, July 8, with our senpais — FEW Strategic Partner Director, Bianca Himmelsbach, Gizem Sakamaki of Foodie Tours Japan, Cher Mori of Japan Cat Network — who will share their own unique experiences with cross-cultural dating and married life. This will be an intimate group of up to 8 FEW members only. Members of all sexual orientations are welcome.
More information on our featured experts coming soon!
Some topics our speakers will focus on include :
– Language/ cultural barriers
– Definitions of family/ gender roles or expectations
– Common laws
– Challenges and/or benefits
– Sharing fun stories!
About Mentoring Moments
FEW Mentoring Moments Senpai Dinners and Brunches are part of a series exclusively for FEW members to ask questions to our FEW member experts regarding featured personal and professional topics. The event takes place every other month of the FEW year and provides FEW member mentors (“Senpai”) with the opportunity to share their knowledge or expertise in a given area with fellow members as a way of giving back to the community.
- Mentoring Moments Senpai Brunch: Finding Love in Japan
- Sunday July 8th
- 11:00 - 13:00
- Members ¥2000
- Kiwi Kitchen
- 〒108-0072 Tokyo, Minato, 白金6-16-22
- Number of participants
- Limited to 8 FEW Members
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