Dear Students, Faculty members and Staff
The Graduate School of Frontier Sciences will hold the 11th New Year Rice Cake Making Festival (Mochi-tsuki). Anyone is welcome to join us. Please feel free to bring your family and friends if you wish.
It will be a great fun to eat freshly pounded white rice cake and play Japanese traditional New Year's game (spinning tops, kite flying, Hanetsuki (battledore), Fukuwarai, etc.)!The best part of Mochi-tsuki is that when rice is pounded, hundreds of thousands of small rice grains come together and transform themselves into a very stretchy rice cake. Mochi, in other words, symbolizes academic fusions. Let's make rice cakes to express our commitment to the research and future development of our GSFS and Kashiwa Campus.
This event is open to all faculty and students who work and study on Kashiwa Campus.
Dean and Professor, Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo
Plaza IKOI (Rice-cake maiking will be held in front of the Plaza IKOI.)
･･･Plaza IKOI is not open for regular service on the day.
Rice cake served with sweet red bean paste, grated radish with soy sauce and sprinkled with soy flour, Miso soup with pork and vegetables, pickles, free soft drink refill.
Application for groups
We look for groups of more than five people. Get together with your friends or colleagues in your lab or circle for a fun time!
Access the group application form firstname.lastname@example.org entitled “group entry”.
>>>the group application form （2020_Group_application_form.xlsx）
Please apply from below.
Please apply in advance so that you can registrate quickly on the day, and also we can determine the number of participants for making the proper arrangements.