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Announcement of the Charity Screening of the film "The Genealogy of Sake" to Support Reconstructions Efforts for the 2024 NOTO Peninsula Earthquake


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Tokyo University of Agriculture will hold a charity screening of the film "The Genealogy of Sake" on Sunday, January 28, 2024 to support the recovery and reconstruction efforts from the "Noto Peninsula Earthquake of 2024".

"The Genealogy of Sake" is a documentary film that follows the lives of artisans who dedicate their lives to passing on the heritage of brewing the perfect drop of sake. The film will be shown with English subtitles.

In conjunction with the screening, a "Buy and Support Noto Reconstruction Assistance" event will be held, where Noto products will be available for pre-order. There will also be an opportunity to learn about the status of the earthquake damage and to think about what we can do to help with reconstruction.

[Date and time] 13:00~16:30, Sunday, January 28th
[Venue] Centennial Memorial Auditorium, Setagaya Campus, Tokyo University of Agriculture
(1-1-1 Sakuragaoka, Setagaya-City, Tokyo)
[Fee] Adults: 1,000 yen per share *will be accepted as little as one share
University / high school / junior high school students: 500 yen
*Free of charge for elementary school students and younger
[Registration] No prior registration is required.
[Program] 13:00 ~ 13:25 Opening / Message from the Film Director Ms. Kaori ISHII
13:30 ~ 15:15 Charity screening of "The Genealogy of Sake" (in Japanese with English subtitle)
15:15 ~ 15:30 Break
15:30 ~ 16:30 Status Report on the affected areas
                       Workshop “What We Can Do for Reconstruction
*All programs except the film screening will be conducted in Japanese.
*Attendance for the film screening only is also welcome.

All proceeds from the charity screening will be donated to the "Hokuriku Mirai Fund" to support the recovery from the Noto Peninsula Earthquake.

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