Sri Lanka New Year Celebrations is an annual event organized by Sri Lankan Associations in Japan. This Year (2014) the event will be conducted on 20th April at Tamagawa grounds, Chofu. Description: The Sri Lankan community in Japan is organizing the Sri Lanka New Year Celebrations 2014 which is to commemorate the new year dawning during the month of April. The event comprises of traditional games to enjoy and cultural shows which will demonstrate both Sri Lankan and Japanese cultural items. – Date: 20th April 2013 – Thamgagawa (Chofu): 4 min from Keiotamagawa station. 15 min from Chofu station.
The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Tokyo is organizing the 66th anniversary of Independence at the Kotani hall of the Reiyukai in Tokyo on Tuesday 4th February. The ceremony comprises of the lighting of the traditional oil lamp, rendering of the national anthem and reading of messages of H.E the President, Prime Minister and Minister of External Affairs of Sri Lanka. Following the formal ceremony, all attendees are invited to a breakfast of traditional Sri Lankan food.
Sri Lanka Students Association in Japan would like to invite all the members, honorary members and well-wishers to join this event and make the event successful.
Date: 04th February 2014
Time: 09:30 AM (Please be there around 09:00 AM)
Venue: Kotani Hall of the Reiyukai in Tokyo
~ We would highly appreciate if you can come and join in the commemoration ~
New Year and Thaipongal Celebrations in Japan were held on 12th Tokyo. The event was organized by Sri Lanka Students’ Association in Japan (SLSAJ) with the help of well-wishers, Sri Lanka Embassy in Japan and Sri Lankan community in Japan. This is the 25th consecutive year that the New Year and Thaipongal were celebrated in Tokyo.
The proceedings began with the lighting of the traditional oil lamp by H.E. Ambassador of Sri Lankan in Japan and Sri Lankan Embassy Staff, Prof. Mangala De Zoysa, University of Ruhuna, Mr. Anil Priyantha (Nipara International) Mr. Saman Priyankara (Sayuri International and Sri Lanka Automobile Exporters Association in Japan), Mr. Udaya Atukorla (Sri Lanka Business Council in Japan), Mr. Aruna Kumara (Sri Lankan Professionals Association in Japan), Mr. Tunga Randeniye (Founding member of SLSAJ), Dr. Neelam Ramaiah (The university of Tokyo) and Mr. Tatsuya Haga, (Institute of International Students Association in Japan).
Then, Mr. Udara Manawadu, secretary of SLSAJ welcomed the participants. The Chief Guest at the ceremony was Sri Lankan Ambassador to Japan, H. E. Admiral Wasantha Karannagoda. In his remarks, he stressed the importance of national events of this nature to promote Sri Lanka’s national unity and traditions in foreign nations through such cultural exchanges. Mr. Nava Cumaran a committee member of SLSAJ, prepared the “Pongal rice” and has drawn the “Kolam decorations” giving an excellent explanation of the Thaipongal celebrations to the participants.
The celebrations comprised Sri Lankan musical performances by “Ahindas JP” a Sri Lankan student community band in Tokyo. Authentic Sri Lankan food prepared by the well-wishers was served during the event. Mr. Amila Abeynayaka (President of SLSAJ) representing the organizing committee thanked the Sri Lankan community for gathering around Sri Lankan Students’ Association in Japan to make the event successful.
SLSAJ Would like to Thank everyone who helped to conduct the event successfully
We are pleased to inform you that the Association of Sri Lankan Academics in Japan (SLAc) will hold the 2nd International Conference on Emerging Sri Lanka: Sharing Japanese Governance and Developmental Experience.
Location: Royal Blue Hall at Tokyo Tech Front
Date and Time: 9th June 2013
Time: From 10.00 to 17.30
Please contact for more information:
Prof. N. S. Cooray (President)
Tel: 81-25-779-1428 (Direct)
Tel: 81-25-779-1435 (General)
Dr. Duminda Perera (Secretary)
Young Water Professionals Special Web Session for
“Conference on Sri Lanka Japan Collaborative Research 2013”
12h30 – 15h50 JST, 31 March, 2013 @ University of Tokyo (Japan)
This session will discuss emerging issues regarding Lake Water Management and water education in Sri Lanka and Japan. Through sharing the experience of both countries, this session will aim for a dynamic exchange of opinions from youths regarding the future of water issues.
This event will be held as a special session of the “Conference on Sri Lanka – Japan Collaborative Research 2013 (SLJCR-2013, HP： http://www.sljcr2013.iappstat.lk/)” with the support of IWA Japan-YWP, Association for Sri Lanka Student Residents in Japan and Nihon Suido Consultants Co., Ltd and University of Peradeniya.
SLJCR-2013 is an official academic conference of University of Peradeniya in Sri Lanka held from Mar.29 to 31.
[This session will be held in TOKYO, connecting with Sri Lanka through web-meeting.]
DATE&TIME : 12:30 -15:50 (JST), 31st Mar 2013, Sunday
VENUE : Room 144, Hongo Campus 14th Building of the Faculty of Engineering,
the University of TOKYO, JAPAN
LANGUAGE : ENGLISH
THEME : Lake Water Management and Water Education
PROGRAM : 12:30~ Culture Introduction of Sri Lanka
13:30~ Lake Water Management
- Presentation and Discussion on Lake Management from each side
14:45~ Education for Water Environment via WWMC
– Presentation by Sri Lankan & Japanese students
– Participatory Discussion
PARTICIPATION FEE : FREE
REGISTRATION : Please send an email to matsubara (email@example.com) or slsaj secratary (firstname.lastname@example.org) for registration. Please include your (1) Name, (2) Affiliation, (3) Email address and (4) Mobile number.
Sri Lanka New Year Celebrations is an annual event organized by Sri Lankan Associations in Japan. This Year (2013) the event will be conducted on 14th April at Tamagawa grounds, Chofu.
Description: The Sri Lankan community in Japan is organizing the Sri Lanka New Year Celebrations 2013 which is to commemorate the new year dawning during the month of April. The event comprises of traditional games to enjoy and cultural shows which will demonstrate both Sri Lankan and Japanese cultural items.
– Date: 14th April 2013 – Thamgagawa (Chofu): 4 min from Keiotamagawa station. 15 min from Chofu station.
– Time: 9:30 am onwards
Dear Honorary Members, Well Wishers and Members of SLSAJ,
INVITATION FOR THE NEW YEAR/ THAIPONGAL FESTIVAL 2013
With great pleasure we would like you to invite for the New Year / Thaipongal Get Together organized by SLSAJto share the happiness of the upcoming New Year and to have an enjoyable time with Sri Lankans living in Japan.
The event will be held on 19th January 2013 from 11:30 am onwards (The event will be held at;
Shibaura Elementary School-municipal harbor, Minato (4-8-18 Shibaura, Minato-ku, Tokyo)
As the SLSAJ we are wishing your valid participation together with your families and friends to make this event success.
Map and Program can be seen in following images
Sri Lankan Food Exhibition & Lunch 2013
Craving for something different Want to try something delicious Love authentic ariental spices
Then, be ready to quench your spicy, authentic food devouring desire with unique Sri Lankan dishes
Sri Lankan Food Exhibition and Lunch 2013
Be gathered on
February 02nd Saturday 2013
12:00 to 15:00
Clark Memorial hall, Hokkaido University
Chicken, Pork, Dhal, Sambol,
Cutlets, Papad and many more!!!!!
at the event 1, 200 yen
1, 000 yen discount tickets are available before the event
For Tickets and Details Contact: 090- 6218-0857 / 080-4047-8375/ 090-4870-1796
Please come and enjoy a memorable treat !
All proceeds go towards the development of the infrastructures of identified schools of Sri Lanka
スリランカ フード エキシビジョン アンド ランチ ２０１３年
2013 2 月 2日(土) 12:00 – 15:00
連絡先：Wasala: 090-6218-0857, Sandamali: 080-4047-8375, 滝波: 090-4870-1796
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The conference is jointly organized by
the University of Peradeniya,
Embassy of Japan in Sri Lanka,
Association of Sri Lankan Academics in Japan (SLAc),
Sri Lankan Students’ Association in Japan (SLSAJ).
With the understanding on the need to create a platform for further strengthening of the 60-years long bilateral relationship between Japan and Sri Lanka, the Conference on SLJCR 2013 has been organized anticipating to provide an opportunity to discuss the collaborative research between Sri Lanka and Japan since the year 2000. The conference will also carry overviews of progressive research between Sri Lanka and Japan in different disciplines during the past six decades, through special presentations.
Please visit the official webpage for more details and abstract submissions.
Conference organizers are willing to communicate with the Sri Lankan students and their advisers who are willing to participate for the conference.
Please contact (email@example.com)
Dr. Nanda Gunawardhana
Director/International Research Center,
University of Peradeniya,