Santa Fe JIN Newsletter

Santa Fe JIN
Newsletter
June 2014
Summer Casual Events to Replace
Monthly Meetings
Contents
Summer Casual Events
June Board Meeting
Recipient for Japan Aid
Johnson Street Experience
Summer Picnic
Ramen Bar at Shohko Café
We Are the ONE
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Mission
私たちサンタフェ JIN の活動目的
は、ここサンタフェで、日本独自の
文化を紹介し、興味のある方たちが
楽しく、また教育的な観点から日本
文化への理解を深め、経験していた
だく機会をつくり、さらに文化交流
を応援することです。日本とメン
バーをつなぐ架け橋になりたいと願
っております。
Our purpose is to introduce the unique
culture of Japan and provide opportunities for those who wish to experience
the cultural diversity of Santa Fe. We
aim to promote the understanding of
Japanese traditions and practices
through fun and educational programs,
as well as by encouraging cultural exchange. It is our pleasure to serve as a
cultural bridge to our members in this
global world.
イベントの多い夏期は、JINの
ミーティングをランダムに開催する
イベントに代えさせていただきま
す。6月はお休みして、7月は 12日に
ピクニックを予定していますので、
どうぞご参加ください。ボードミー
ティングは、平日(主に第三水曜
日、変更の可能性有り)の夕方に予
定しています。一般メンバーも参加
自由ですので、どうぞお気軽にお出
かけください。
Since we have a lot of interesting
events on weekends during summer,
JIN will be having casual events such
as the Japan Activity Room in place
of general meeting. As usual, the
JAR will be on the first Sunday of the
month, and other events will be irregularly held. These events will be announced through the mailing list and
the monthly newsletter.
The board will meet on the third
Wednesday evening of every month
from 6 to 8 PM at Whole Foods Community Room for a casual potluck unless otherwise notified. Any
members are welcome at the board
meeting.
Recipient Found for
Japan Aid
東北震災への援助を目的としたジャ
パンエイドですが、寄付金の送付先
などをもっと具体的で身近なグルー
プに決定したい、とのメンバーから
の要望の声を受け、このたびボード
メンバーは、岩手県盛岡市を中心に
活動する、「ガバチョプロジェク
The board members have been
searching for the right group to receive our support in the Tohoku area
in Japan, where people are still suffering from the aftermath of the
tsunami and earthquake. We are
happy to announce that we have
Board Meeting
Wednesday, June 18 from 6 to 8 PM
Whole Foods Community Room
(Subject to change)
ト」の活動をサポートすることに決
定しました。この件に関しては、次
号で詳しくお伝えします。
found an NPO in Morioka, Iwate Prefecture (The Gabacho Project) to
connect and work with through music. We will have an article featuring
this on July's newsletter. In the
meantime, see http://gabacho.info/
for more information.
Shohko Café and Smokin' Bachi at Johnson Street Experience
ださい。
ショーコカフェが参加する、ジョン
ソンストリートのフェアに、サンタ
フェJINも招待していただきまし
た。ファンドレーザーのため、出店
します。スモーキングバチの太鼓演
奏もあります、ぜひ足を伸ばしてく
On Saturday, June 21, 2014 from 12
noon to 5:00 PM, awesome restaurants and businesses in the Johnson
Street neighborhood are hosting a
party on one of Santa Fe’s oldest and
most historic streets, just 2 blocks
west of the Santa Fe Plaza. The Johnson Street Experience offers worldclass museums, fabulous restaurants,
art galleries, cooking schools, art
schools, doggie grooming and much
more!
Some of the activities that will cb taking place include: free treats at all the
restaurants and businesses up and
down the street; taiko drumming performed by Smokin’ Bachi Taiko in the
Shohko Café parking lot from 1:00 to
Participating businesses in the John2:00 PM; a Santa Fe JIN promotional
son Street Festival (from the top of the
table at Shohko Café selling T-shirts
street to the bottom):
and posters while Shohko Café offers
• Andrew Smith Photography
complimentary refreshments; saké
Gallery
• Georgia O’Keeffe Museum
tasting and tutorials; wheel throwing
• Georgia Restaurant (newly
demonstrations at Heidi Loewen Poropened by the owner of Geronicelain; street juggling; art making and
mo)
refreshments in the Georgia O’Keeffe
• Sweet Lily Bakery & School
• Companions Grooming & DownMuseum courtyard; sculpting demontown Doggie Daycare
strations behind the Eldorado Hotel;
• Eldorado Hotel
wine flights and light appetizers at
• Terra Cotta Wine Bistro
Georgia; rosé wine flights and light ap• Asian Adobe
• Santa Fe School of Cooking
petizers at Terra Cotta Wine Bistro;
• Heidi Loewen Porcelain Gallery &
Southwestern fare and Duel Brewery
School
Belgian beers at Santa Fe School of
• Shohko Café
Cooking; and many music performances throughout Johnson Street.
Summer Picnic
Ramen Bar Now Open at Shohko Café
昨年は火事の都合でキャンセルにな
りましたが、毎年恒例のサンタフェ
JINピクニックが 7月 12日(日)に
決定しました。詳しくは追ってお知
らせします。ぜひご参加ください。
ショーコカフェが店内に、ラーメン
バーを開設したそうです。
Earlier this year, Hiro Fukuda (Shohko’s husband) and one of his Japan-
specially trained chefs craft two kinds
of handmade ramen broth from the
freshest ingredients. Enjoy the deep,
umami-rich, satisfying flavor of slowcooked broth with one of three ramen
noodle varieties. Then add fun, fresh
toppings in different textures and
temperatures ranging from jalapeños
to braised bamboo shoots. The Ramen
Bar is open only for lunch at Shohko
Café, Monday through Friday from
11:30 to 2:00 p.m. Call 982-9708 for
more information.
The JIN annual summer picnic will be
held on Saturday, July 12, 2014 at
Hyde Park picnic area 3. More details
will be sent out once the final plans
are made.
ese chefs (Ken Arciaga) apprenticed
for weeks under master ramen chefs
in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, learning
the art of making ramen by hand. Hiro
and Ken returned to Santa Fe with a
passion to share their fresh,
homemade ramen with the people of
New Mexico.
Fortunately for us, Shohko Café has
now established an authentic ramen
bar inside the restaurant! Shohko’s
Musical Offering by We Are the ONE
6 月 8 日IAIAのホーガンにて、
マディとティムのコーラスグループ
We Are the ONEが歌の奉納をしまし
た。招待のメールが出せず、申し訳
ありませんでしたが、これからもJ
We regret that this newsletter was
not distributed in time to announce
the inaugural season-ending musical
offering of the We Are the ONE
Choir of Song and Poetry. The offer-
ing was held at 4 PM on Sunday, June
8 at the Hogan of the Institute of
American Indian Arts. We will do our
best to continue supporting We Are
the ONE.
INは彼らの活動を応援します。
Donations Welcome
Request for Articles
サンタフェ人は、NPOです。イベ
ントや活動のための資金は、すべて
イベント収益と寄付金、JINメン
バーの年会費によって賄われます。
ぜひ、寄付にご協力ください。
このニュースレターは、サンタ
フェJINみんなのコミュニケー
ションツールです。日本の文化に関
係するお知らせがある方は、自由に
投稿してください。紙面は限られて
いますが、できるだけ掲載していき
ます!
The Santa Fe JIN is a non-profit
organization. In order to hold exciting
events and function as a group, we need
to raise funds throughout the year. Your
donations, fundraising, and membership
fees are a major source of funding for us.
Donations and contributions are always
welcome.
Santa Fe JIN
PO Box 29903
Santa Fe, NM 87592
[email protected]
www.santafejin.org
Please make checks payable to Santa Fe
JIN.
Mail checks to the address at left or
contact our treasurer, Gloria Kratz, at
[email protected] for alternate
payment options, such as credit card.
If there is an article you would like to see
included in next month's newsletter,
please send it to Matthew Schauer at
[email protected] News
need not be directly related to Santa Fe
JIN.
Note: We are currently working on redesigning our newsletter. Please bear
with us while we work out issues with
the new format. If you have any feedback or suggestions concerning the
formatting of this newsletter, please let
Matthew Schauer know.