2017年8月7日月曜日

Activity report of ‘Uganda Night’

We held “Uganda Night” on 23rd July at CASACO, Yokohama. Approximately 40 guests joined our event!! We are appreciated that many Ugandan also joined including Ms. Edith Namutebi Nsubuga who is a Counselor/Head of Chancery in Uganda embassy in Japan!

Uganda Night was open♪

Many guests came to CASACO♪
We served a lot of types of drinks such as, Ugandan WARAGI(gin), V&A(sherry), coffee, lemon grass tea, Kenyan beer, black tea, and south Africa wine.
This is a Kenyan beer, TUSKER! 

We prepared Ugandan food, Pilau and Rolex. Pilau is steamed rice with Ugandan spicy taste. Rolex is made with chapati, egg, cabbage, onion, tomato. Egg grilled thin and put vegetables. We rolled egg with chapatti. Roll and Eggs…this sounds like is similar to ‘Rolex’! Taste is actually sooo yammy!

This is a "ROLEX"!

We also had a presentation to introducing In the introducing ‘Uganda’ presentation. During this session, , many Japanese guests asked about Uganda culture, food, and sport to Ugandan guests! Therefore, they could know about Uganda more deeply.

Introducing "Uganda"!
At this event, we had many guests over estimation. so if there were some inefficiencies our operation, we were really sorry and thank you for your understanding. We hope this event could provide become to the opportunity for that many people to be familiar with Uganda! Next our event will be held on 27th August at Kanazawa hakkei, Yokohama. Event name is “Sanyu!”
Sanyu means “Happy” in local language in Uganda.
GBN, African Style Dance and African Drum will collaborate together! We inform you the detail soon in this blog, HP and facebook. Finally, thank you for joining our event, and encouraging us!
Group photo!

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