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November 1998

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Dear Friends of the Japanese Program:

Are you interested in japanese food? If so, Itadakimasu, a Japanese food
store in Boston, is coming here in Vermont this coming weekend. They will
bring staples such as rice, miso, noodle and also snacks.

Time: 12:00 - 2:00 pm
      Saturday, November 28

Place: The Japan American Society of Vermont
       Dupont Hall
       29 Ethan Allen Ave.
       Colchester


Directions from UVM:

You can either take I-89 or go onto East Ave. If you take I-89N, get off
at Exit 15(Winooski) and take a right onto Rt.15 at the stop sign. If you
go onto East Ave., at the end of east Ave., go right onto Colchester Ave.
Go down the hill and cross Winooski Bridge. On the top of the hill, take
right on to Rt.15. Stay on Rt 15 heading for Essex Jct, pass St.
Michael's College and Camp Johnson on your left and Fanny Allen Hospital
and cemetary on your right. You will see a sign for "Fort Ethan Allen" on
your left. (There are bunch of red brick buildings and trees in the
front.) Take a left into the Fort. Take a 2nd right into Ethan Allen
Avenue. Japane-America Society of Vermont is housed in the 3rd large
building on your left.


If you have certain things to buy, call Itadakimasu in advance.

phone:(617)-264-7433
fax:  (617)-739-3530





Mutsumi Corson

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