New Zealand Embassy Tokyo, Japan

Waitangi Day Lunch at the New Zealand Embassy

The New Zealand Ambassador Ian Kennedy would like to invite New Zealanders in Japan, including their partners and families, to attend an informal lunch marking Waitangi Day at the New Zealand Embassy in Tokyo from 11am to 2pm Sunday 6 February 2011.

 The menu will include a BBQ style buffet lunch, and a selection of New Zealand beer and wine.

 As this is a self-funding event, attendees will need to register and pay in advance (there will be no door sales or entry for unregistered people). Attendance costs 2,500 yen for adults (includes the price of lunch + one beer or wine), 1,500 yen for children aged up to 15 and free for children 4 and under. Additional beer and wine will be sold for 300 yen per serve. Non-alcoholic drinks are free.

 Payment will be accepted via PayPal only. If you don’t have a PayPal account, you can pay using a valid credit card by following the instructions on the PayPal site.

 How to Register:

 1) Send an email to stating your name and email address (if you have a PayPal account, please state the email address ). If you wish to apply on behalf of your partner or family, please state their full name(s), and age(s) if you have children aged 15 and under.

2) You will receive an automated email response from , followed by a payment request from PayPal.

3) As attendance is limited, your attendance at the barbeque will not be confirmed until you have completed payment.

4) The application period will close on Friday 28 January, or earlier if full capacity for the event is reached.

Attendance will be limited to 100 people on a first-come first-serve basis.
Parking is not available at the Embassy though there are commercial car parks nearby.
The Embassy garden has a pond that could be a water hazard for unattended children.
Parents are required to supervise their children at all times.

 If you have any questions or difficulties registering for the event, please contact Public Affairs Officer Kevin Hadfield at .

We look forward to seeing you!

Public Affairs Section
New Zealand Embassy


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