Fukuoka International Association (FIA) Mail Magazine vol.122 July/05/2012
Fukuoka Rainbow Magazine provides monthly information on events and news in the Fukuoka area related to international exchange and cooperation. We hope this will encourage your activities. Information in English precedes Japanese. Also, if you wish to discontinue subscription to this mail magazine, please refer to the last page.
The London 2012 Olympics will take place from the 27th of this month! Let's cheer on athletes from all over the world!


Table of Contents:

1. News from the Fukuoka International Association

    1) Foreign Student Lecture Series "My Hometown and Fukuoka"

2. News from Fukuoka Prefecture, Fukuoka City, the Central Government, and Other Affiliated Organizations

    1) A Resident Record to be Made for Foreign Residents
    2) Notice for Planned Rotating Power Outages
    3) Kego Park is Closed
    4) Official Annoucement of the Laureates of Fukuoka Prize 2012
    5) City Marathon Fukuoka
    6) Cine-la "In Perspective: Iranian Films"
    7) Participants for Contemporary Dance Workshop Wanted

3. News from FUKU-NET Members

    1) Cambodia Mines-Remove Campaign
    2) Fukuoka YWCA's Art activities for Parents and Children
    3) OISCA "Atsumare! Chikyu Taiken Mura" Participants Wanted
    4) Film Viewing by the Fukuoka Italy-Japan Association

4. News from Related International Organizations in Fukuoka

    1) Direct Bus Service is Now Available between Fukuoka Airport International Terminal and Hakata Station
    2) Fukuoka Asian Film Festival 2012
    3) Sansonjuku Events Participants Wanted
    4) Hakata Walking Tour with English Guide
    5) Summer Festivals at Shrines
    6) Dress in Yukata by Yourself?
    7) World CM Festival 2012 in FUKUOKA
    8) Golden Oldies World Rugby Festival Fukuoka Participants Wanted
    9) Annual Workshop for Junior High School Students whose Mother Tongue is not Japanese

5. Emily's Notes from the Nakagawa

    Oisa! It's time for Yamakasa!

1. News from The Fukuoka International Association
For more information about this section, unless specified, please refer to FIA:
Fukuoka International Association
City Hall North Annex 5F, Tenjin 1-10-1, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka 810-0001
Tel: 092-733-5630
URL: http://www.rainbowfia.or.jp/en

1) Foreign Student Lecture Series "My Hometown and Fukuoka"
  This is a monthly lecture during which a foreign student residing and studying in Fukuoka is invited to share information about his/her hometown and culture. Through this occasion, we can learn about the student's family, lifestyle, goals for his/her time in Fukuoka, and vision for the future.

Date: Jul. 19 (Thu.) 18:30 - 20:30
Lecturer: Ms. Eunji KANG (Busan, South Korea)
              Faculty of Law, Kyushu University
Venue: 607 Conference Room, 6F ACROS Fukuoka (1-1-1 Tenjin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka)
* Please note that the venue is different than usual.
Fee: 500yen, free for international students
Further information: http://attaka-fukuoka.jp/ (Japanese only)

2. News from Fukuoka Prefecture, Fukuoka City, Central Government and Affiliated Organizations
1) A Resident Record to be Made for Foreign Residents
  In accordance with the legal changes on July 9th, 2012, foreign residents will be eligible to receive a Resident Record (jumin-hyo). Prior to this, a "Notification of Details on Provisional Resident Record" has been mailed in May of this year so please go over the contents carefully. If there are any errors/required changes, please bring your Alien Registration card or passport and notify the Citizen Section of your local Ward Office/Branch as soon as possible. If any undeclared corrections on the Notification of Details on Provisional Resident Record are not made, it shall, in principle, become official.
If you have not registered any past changes to information, such as your place/status of residence, you may not have received a Notification of Details on Provisional Resident Record. Therefore, if you did not receive this document by the end of May, please visit your local Ward Office/Branch as soon as possible. If you did not receive the Provisional Resident Record, this means your Resident Record has not been made.

Inquiry: Multilingual Call Center for Changes to the Basic Resident Registration Law
Tel: 0570-066-630, 03-6301-1337 (Weekdays 8:30 - 17:30)

2) Notice for Planned Rotating Power Outages
  Kyushu Electric Power Co., Inc. has announced the details of planned power outages as a safety net over the summer. Kyushu is divided into 60 groups and the rotating outages will be implemented only in the case that there is no reserve to supply. An outage will be announced by sound trucks two hours prior to being initiated in the affected group.

Duration: 8:30 - 21:00 on weekdays until Sep. 7 (Sat.) except Obon holidays
              Maximum one time per day per group for two hours, in principle
Grouping and schedule: A notification has been sent to you directly by mail as of the end of June and a search system is available at the KEPCI website.
Further information: http://www.kyuden.co.jp/

Inquiry: Special Call Center
Tel: 0120-187333 (9:00 - 20:00 on weekdays)
* Cutomer centers in each service area handle telephone inquiries 24 hours a day.

* Fukuoka City participates in the "Cool Share" power-saving movement, which is newly advocated by the Ministry of the Environment. Various events will be held to call people out into public spaces to save electricity at home. Permanent exhibition admission have become free for the Fukuoka City Museum, Fukuoka Art Museum, and Fukuoka Asian Art Museum. Check out details at http://www.city.fukuoka.lg.jp/kankyo/ondan/life/coolshare_fukuoka_top.html (Japanese only).

3) Kego Park is Closed
  Kego Park (2-2, Kego, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka) is temporary closed due to construction work until November this year. Please note that it can not be used as an evacuation area during this period.

4) Official Annoucement of the Laureates of Fukuoka Prize 2012
  The laureates of the 23rd Fukuoka Prize, which honors prominent achievements by individuals or groups/organizations involved in preserving and creating the academics, research, arts, and cultures in Asia region, have been officially announced.
Further information: http://fukuoka-prize.org/

Inquiry: Secretariat of Fukuoka Prize Committee
Tel: 092-711-4930

5) City Marathon Fukuoka
  This annual citizens' event is now calling for participants!

Date: Nov. 11 (Sun.) * Will be held rain-or-shine.
Application deadline: Jul. 26 (Thu.)
How to apply: Apply through the website http://runnet.jp/ or get the application guidelines from Rainbow Plaza, Ward Offices, etc.
Further information: http://www.citymarathon-fukuoka.jp/ (Japanese only)

Inquiry: City Marathon Fukuoka Executive Committee
Tel: 092-739-2332 (8:45 - 18:00 on weekdays)    Email: cmf2012@citymarathon-fukuoka.jp

6) Cine-la "In Perspective: Iranian Films"
  Features excellent modern Iranian films which reflect various changes in Iranian society.

Duration: Jul. 11 (Wed.) - 29 (Sun.)
Fee: Adult 600yen, H.S. & Univ. student 500yen, Elem. & J.H.S. student 400yen
Some films have English subtitles.
Further information: http://www.cinela.com/english/filmarc.htm

Inquiry: Fukuoka City Public Library "Cine-la"
Tel: 092-852-0608

7) Participants for Contemporary Dance Workshop Wanted
  Fukuoka City Foundation for Arts and Cultural Promotion is now calling for foreigners living in Fukuoka to participate in a free workshop by Mr. Jung Young-doo, an internationally-renowned dancer and choreographer based in South Korea.

Date/Time: Jul. 27 (Fri.) 18:00 - 20:00
Venue: Pom Plaza Hall (Next to Canal City Hakata)
Further information: http://www.ffac.or.jp/

Inquiry: FFAC
Tel: 092-263-6265    Email: art-co@ffac.or.jp

3. News from FUKU-NET Members
1) Cambodia Mines-Remove Campaign
  <Charity Baseball Games>
Dates: Sep. 11 (Tue.) - 13 (Thu.) 18:00 vs. Orix Buffaloes
Venue: Fukuoka Yahoo! Dome
Fee: Seat A 2,500yen

<Items Wanted>
Please send the following items to the address below.
For land mine-removal cost: Misused/unused post cards, unused postage stamps, unused telephone cards
For education on how to avoid unexploded bombs: Game software, gaming consoles, comic books, books, trading cards, CDs, DVDs, Blu-ray discs, clothes, bags, children's clothes (must be in good condition, like new), jewelry, gift coupons

Further information: http://cmc-net.jp/ (in Japanese)
Inquiry: Cambodia Mines-Remove Campaign
Address: Rm.#702 1-7-10 Nishijin, Sawara-ku, Fukuoka
Tel: 092-833-7575    Email: cmc5963@gmail.com

2) Fukuoka YWCA's Art activities for Parents and Children
  Have fun together by dyeing paper and making a Japanese fan!

Date: Jul. 15 (Thu.) 10:30 - 12:00
Venue: Fukuoka YWCA (2-8-15 Maizuru, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka)
Further information: http://fukuoka.ywca.or.jp/home.html (Japanese only)

Inquiry: Fukuoka YWCA
Tel: 092-741-9251

3) OISCA "Atsumare! Chikyu Taiken Mura" Participants Wanted
  Enjoy agricultural and environmental experiences with OISCA's trainees from Asia-Pacific Regions! You can join the Wakiyama school district summer night festival on the last day. Limited to 60 people.

Dates: Jul. 26 (Thu.) - 28 (Sat.)
Venue: OISCA Nishi Nippon Training Center (678-1 Okasagi, Sawara-ku, Fukuoka)
Eligibility: 4th grade of elementary school to 3rd year high school student, High-school graduate & older for leaders
Fee: 8,000yen (incl. bed, meals and insurance)
Deadline: Jul. 14 (Sat.)
Further information: http://www.oiscantc.org/ (Japanese only)

Inquiry: OISCA Nishi Nippon Training Center
Tel: 092-803-0311    Fax: 092-803-0322    Email: oiscantc@oisca.org

4) Film Viewing by the Fukuoka Italy-Japan Association
  This is a free monthly movie-viewing event. Limited to first 120 visitors. No reservation is required.

"Mignon E Partita" ('88, 93min., Italian)
Date/Time: Jul. 27 (Fri.) 19:00
Venue: Ajibi Hall (8F Fukuoka Asian Art Museum)
Further information: http://www.ncbank.co.jp/chiiki_shakaikoken/index.html (Japanese only)

Inquiry: The Fukuoka Italy-Japan Association
Tel: 092-476-2153

4. News from International Related Organizations in Fukuoka
1) Direct Bus Service is Now Available between Fukuoka Airport International Terminal and Hakata Station
  Putting your heavy luggage in the bus trunk makes traveling easy. The fee is 250yen for adults one-way, and it is expected to take about 15 to 30 min. No reservation required, however, please note that you might miss the bus when it is full.
Further information: http://www.nishitetsu.co.jp/bus/jyousha/airport/

Inquiry: Nishitetsu Customer Center
Tel: 0570-00-1010 (6:00 - 24:00, available everyday)

2) Fukuoka Asian Film Festival 2012
  This festival is completely managed by over 100 volunteers. It receives various support from local enterprises and the "Fukuoka Asian Film Festival Fund", donated from all over Japan.

Festival duration/venue:
Jul. 6 (Fri.) - 8 (Sun.) 5F Hall, French-Japanese Institute of Kyushu (Subway Akasaka Station No. 3 Exit)
Jul. 13 (Fri.) - 15 (Sun.) Meiji Yasuda Seimei Hall (Subway Nakasu-kawabata Station)
Fee: 1,400yen Advance, 1,800yen at door
Further information: http://www2.gol.com/users/faff/faff.html (Japanese only)

Inquiry: Fukuoka Asian Film Festival Executive Committee
Tel: 092-733-0949    Email: faff@gol.com

3) Sansonjuku Events Participants Wanted
  Sansonjuku is a non-profit organization working to conserve rural landscapes through environmentally-conscious rice growing and rich ecosystem forestation. Fees are 1,000yen for both events (includes lunch, insurance, and newsletter). Free for children under three years old and members.
<Removing weeds in pesticide-free Tanada (teracced rice paddies) with ducks>
Date/Time: Jul. 8 (Sun.) 10:00 - 16:00
Venue: "Shikisaikan" (641 Kasahara, Kurogi-machi, Yame City)

<Cutting grass under acorn and pine trees in the forest>
Date/Time: Jul. 15 (Sun.) 9:30 - 16:00
Venue: "Egao-no-mori" (9836-1 Kasahara, Kurogi-machi, Yame City)

Further information: http://egaonomori.exblog.jp/17691018/
Inquiry: Sansonjuku Ms. Mori
Tel/Fax: 0943-42-4300    Email: sannsonn@f2.dion.ne.jp

4) Hakata Walking Tour with English Guide
  Take a walk to temples, shrines, and shopping arcades in the Hakata area! Limited to 12 people.

Date/Time: Jul. 8 (Sun.), 23 (Mon.) & 29 (Sun.) 10:00 - 12:00
Meeting: Tourist Information Center in JR Hakata Station
Fee: 1,000yen
Further information: http://japankyushu.com/

Inquiry: SOZOX Travel Design
Tel: 080-4310-4173, 090-3323-0533    Email: info@sozox.jp

5) Summer Festivals at Shrines
  Date/Time: Jul. 15 (Sun.) - 16 (Mon/holiday) 8:00 - 23:00
Venue: Atago Shrine (2-7-1 Atago, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka)
Inquiry: 092-881-0103

Date/Time: Jul. 28 (Sat.) - Jul. 29 (Sun.)
Venue: Hakozakigu (1-22-1 Hakozaki, Higashi-ku, Fukuoka)
Inquiry: 092-641-7431

Date/Time: Jul. 30 (Mon.) - Aug. 1 (Wed.)
Venue: Sumiyoshi Shrine (3-1-51 Sumiyoshi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka)
Inquiry: 092-291-2670

6) Dress in Yukata by Yourself?
  A lesson will be provided for you to dress yourself in Yukata (summer kimono)! Jul. 28 is the day for men! Reservation is required.

Date/Time: Jul. 27 (Fri.) - 29 (Sun.) 11:00 - 13:00
Venue: Reizenso (9-35 Kami-kawabata, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka)
Fee: 1,500yen

Inquiry: Honda Kitsuke Kyoshitsu
Tel: 070-5813-3123

7) World CM Festival 2012 in FUKUOKA
  From just funny to thought-provoking, this is the only event during which you will be bombarded with commercials from all over the world! A pre-event will also be hold at Fukuoka Nakasu Taiyo Theater on Saturday, July 14th.

Date/Time: Jul. 28 (Sat.) Day Time Ver. 14:30 - 19:30, All Night Ver. 22:30 - 5:30 next morning
Venue: JR Kyushu Hall
Further Information: http://www.cmfestival.com/

Inquiry: World CM Festival Secretariat
Tel: 092-843-7370  Email: bouvier@cmfestival.com

8) Golden Oldies World Rugby Festival Fukuoka Participants Wanted
  Festive rugby friendship matches will be held in Fukuoka for those 35 years and over.

Duration: Oct. 28 (Sun.) - Nov. 4 (Sun.)
Venue: Scheduled in Uminonakamichi Seaside Park, Gannosu Recreation Center, etc.
Entry deadline: Jul. 31 (Tue.) * Individual entries also accepted.
Further information: http://www.goldenoldies2012-fukuoka.jp/ (Japanese only)

Inquiry: GOWRF Executive Committee Secretariat
Tel: 092-738-8010  Email: info@goldenoldies2012-fukuoka.jp

9) Annual Workshop for Junior High School Students whose Mother tongue is not Japanese
  This is an informative meeting for junior high school students who are non-Japanese native speakers to help them make decisions about advancing to a senior high school.

Date: Aug. 5 (Sun.) 13:00
Venue: Fukuoka City Education Center (3-10-1 Momochi, Sawara-ku, Fukuoka)
Fee: Free for relevant interested parties
General meeting (important information for entering high school, presentations by each high school, Q&A)
Exchange meeting (playing games to get to know each other)
Language group meeting (exchange information in five languages)

Inquiry: Wada, Tomoni Ikiru Machi Fukuoka
Tel: 090-5739-3988

5. Emily's Notes from the Nakagawa
Oisa! It's time for Yamakasa!

July in Fukuoka can be defined in one word-YAMAKASA! I was surprised to look through my predecessors' past columns and not find a single article about this most famous of local festivals. Lucky for me, since I'm a huge fan of Yamakasa!
By the time this article is published, the festival will already be underway, but fear not-the best events are coming up in the next few days!
Anyone who spends any amount of time in Fukuoka-visitors and residents alike-will undoubtedly have heard of its three major festivals: Hakata Dontaku Minato Matsuri, Hakata Gion Yamakasa, and Hojoya. These festivals are the pride of the region, as each has a history tracing back several hundred years. Dontaku is held over two days at the beginning of May and Hojoya is held over a week in mid-September every year. And then there is Yamakasa, the liveliest of the three festivals, held every year over the first two weeks in July.
Yes, that is why July is the month for Yamakasa! "Oiyama", the final event, is the most well-known part of the festival, so many people may not realize that Yamakasa actually spans two whole weeks. The festival boasts nearly 800 years of history, and is based on the Kyoto Gion Festival, which began over 1,000 years ago as ritual to ward off illness. If you happen to be in the Hakata area of town between July 1st and 15th, you're very likely to see men walking around wearing "fundoshi", a type of loincloth, and "happi" coats in varying designs of navy and white. The specific design of a man's "happi" depends on the "machi" (neighborhood) in Hakata with which he is associated. Each "machi" belongs to one of seven "nagare"-a regional team of men who spend the duration of the festival together, building a "kakiyama" (a decorated wooden float for carrying) and going through numerous purification rituals.
Yamakasa participants are quite busy with private responsibilities for their own nagare throughout the duration of the festival. However, in the latter half, several exciting events take place that spectators are welcome to watch. On the 10th of July, the newly constructed kakiyama, which have been at rest in the region belonging to their nagare, are taken out for the first run. Men bear the one-ton floats on their shoulders, running while teammates throw water on them to shouts of "Oisa!" Each day thereafter, the floats are taken out for a run at least once each day. On the 12th of July is the "Oiyamakasa Narashi", a practice run for the final and biggest event. A special event known as the "Shuudan Yamamise" takes place on July 13th, when each nagare brings their float to the front of Fukuoka City Hall to pay their respect to the mayor. This is the only time during Yamakasa that the floats cross over the Naka River from old Hakata into the Fukuoka castle town region.
The Hakata Gion Yamakasa Festival culminates on the morning of the 15th of July with "Oiyama". Drumbeats sound at Kushida Shrine at 4:59 a.m., and the first nagare takes off running, carrying their float with all their might along a set course through the spectator-lined streets of Hakata. The remaining nagare set off at five-minute intervals, showing off their strength and the uniqueness of their floats. You can watch it on TV later in the day, but there's nothing like rousing yourself from bed well before the sun comes up and getting there early (around 3 a.m.!) to secure a spot and see it unfold firsthand.
To get a better idea of the history and specific rituals of the festival, I recommend a visit to the Hakata Machiya Furusatokan, just around the corner from Kushida Shrine, which shows a 22-minute video about Yamakasa several times a day (subtitled in English). Also, look for the beautiful "kazariyama" (elaborate decorative floats) displayed around town. I hope you all enjoy this magical time of year in Fukuoka! Oisa!

Emily Rosenberg

福岡レインボーマガジン (日本語)

1. 福岡よかトピア国際交流財団からのお知らせ

  1) 外国人学生が語る「ふるさとの街と福岡」
  2) 国際交流活動助成申請募集

2. 福岡県、福岡市、国等からの情報

  1) 外国人住民の皆さんへ 新しく住民票を作成します
  2) 計画停電に関するお知らせ
  3) こくさいひろばカフェVol. 10アフリカ編
  4) 第9回ハビタットひろば
  5) 警固公園の全面閉鎖について
  6) 福岡アジア文化賞受賞者決定
  7) シネラ「イラン映画特集」
  8) NPO法人入門講座
  9) 「身体と動きのワークショップ」参加者募集

3. FUKU-NET団体からの情報

  1) カンボジア地雷撤去キャンペーンからのお知らせ
  2) 福岡YWCAからのお知らせ
  3) オイスカ第10回「集まれ!地球体験村」参加者募集
  4) 福岡日伊協会映画鑑賞会

4. その他福岡地域の国際交流団体等からの情報

  1) 福岡空港国際線・博多駅間直行バスデビュー!
  2) 第26回福岡アジア映画祭2012
  3) 山村塾イベント参加者募集
  4) 日中国交正常化40周年記念事業
  5) 世界のCMフェスティバル2012 in FUKUOKA
  6) 日本語を母語としない中学生の高校進学を考える会

5. エミリーの那珂川ノート


1. 福岡よかトピア国際交流財団からのお知らせ

  〒810-0001福岡市中央区天神1丁目10-1 北別館5F
  URL: http://www.rainbowfia.or.jp

1) 外国人学生が語る「ふるさとの街と福岡」

語り手:姜 恩志(カン・ウンジ)さん(韓国・釜山出身)
場所:アクロス福岡(福岡市中央区天神1-1-1)6F 607会議室
参加費:一般500円 外国人学生無料

2) 国際交流活動助成申請募集


2. 福岡県、福岡市、国等からの情報
1) 外国人住民の皆さんへ 新しく住民票を作成します

Tel: 0570-066-630、03-6301-1337(平日8:30〜17:30)

2) 計画停電に関するお知らせ


Tel: 0120-187333(平日9:00〜20:00)

※福岡市では、環境省が提唱する新しい節電法「クールシェア」を始めました。詳細は http://www.city.fukuoka.lg.jp/kankyo/

3) こくさいひろばカフェVol. 10アフリカ編


問合せ:(財)福岡県国際交流センター こくさいひろば
Tel: 092-725-9200  Email: info@kokusaihiroba.or.jp

4) 第9回ハビタットひろば


Tel: 092-724-7121

5) 警固公園の全面閉鎖について

6) 福岡アジア文化賞受賞者決定

Tel: 092-711-4930

7) シネラ「イラン映画特集」

観覧料:大人600円、高校・大学生500円 小中学生400円

Tel: 092-852-0600

8) NPO法人入門講座

場所:福岡市NPO・ボランティア交流センター「あすみん」(福岡市中央区大名2-6-46 福岡市立青年センター5F)

Tel: 092-724-4801

9) 「身体と動きのワークショップ」参加者募集
  韓国を拠点に世界各地で活躍する振付家・ダンサー チョン・ヨンドゥ氏によるワークショップに参加いただける、福岡在住の外国人を募集します。参加無料。


Tel: 092-263-6265  Email: art-co@ffac.or.jp

3. FUKU-NET団体からの情報
1) カンボジア地雷撤去キャンペーンからのお知らせ
  <スタディツアー報告会および経済講演会> 要申込

日時:9/11(火)〜13(木)18:00 ソフトバンクVS東北楽天


Tel: 092-833-7575  Email: cmc5963@gmail.com

2) 福岡YWCAからのお知らせ



対象:16〜22歳 語学力不問

Tel: 092-741-9251

3) オイスカ第10回「集まれ!地球体験村」参加者募集

場所:オイスカ西日本研修センター (福岡市早良区小笠木678-1)

Tel: 092-803-0311  Fax: 092-803-0322  Email: oiscantc@oisca.org

4) 福岡日伊協会映画鑑賞会


Tel: 092-476-2153

4. その他福岡地域の国際交流団体等からの情報
1) 福岡空港国際線・博多駅間直行バスデビュー!

Tel: 0570-00-1010(6:00〜24:00、年中無休)

2) 第26回福岡アジア映画祭2012

料金:前売1,400円 当日一般1,800円

Tel: 092-733-0949  Email: faff@gol.com

3) 山村塾イベント参加者募集


問合せ:山村塾事務局 担当:森・小森
Tel/Fax: 0943-42-4300  Email: sannsonn@f2.dion.ne.jp

4) 日中国交正常化40周年記念事業

Tel: 0977-78-1188

場所:7/28および29 和光音楽ホール(福岡市早良区室見1-3-11)
     7/30 モンゴルの城(福岡市南区向野2-6-23)
入場料:大人1,000円 中学生以下無料

問合せ:福岡ハーモニカ愛好会 〒814-0001 福岡市早良区百道浜4-3-1-1207
Tel: 090-4580-2324

5) 世界のCMフェスティバル2012 in FUKUOKA


Tel: 092-843-7370  Email: bouvier@cmfestival.com

6) 日本語を母語としない中学生の高校進学を考える会


ともに生きる街ふくおかの会 和田 Tel: 090-5739-3988

5. エミリーの那珂川ノート



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