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Dr. Yakov Yuroh Teshima Lecture General Introduction to Jewish Thinking

Dr. Yakov Yuroh Teshima Lecture General Introduction to Jewish Thinking

Dr. Teshima class at Chabad Tokyo

「ユダヤ人の知恵に学ぶ」 GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO JEWISH THINKING
2015年11月24日 19:00〜21:00、 於・東京大森、ハバッド・ハウス。会費: \3,000.

講師: 手島佑郎 先生 ギルボア研究所 代表 ヘブライ学博士
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1。 はじめに: 私とユダヤ人  My relationship with the Jewish people

2。 ユダヤ人とは? Who is a Jew?

ロスチャイルド、ドラッカー、グリンスパン、アンディ・グローブ、スピルバーグ、ザルツバーガー、
マーク・ザッカーバーグ、チャプリン、マリリン・モンロー、プレスリー、バブラ・ストライザンド、
ラルフ・ローレン、エスティー・ローダー、ヘレナ・ルービンスタイン、その他

3。 ABCと休日、 Alphabet and Holidays,

4。 ユダヤ人の教育  Jewish education

5。 立体的理解/多角的着眼  Diversified understanding / Multiple approaches

6。 ビジネスへの発想:起業家ロスチャイルド、 マーケティング学のレビット
Mayer Anschel Rothschild、   Theodore Levitt

7。 本物志向のカシュルート精神  Authenticity in terms of Kosher

8。 デビアスに風穴をあけたダイヤ商レビエヴ  Lev Leviev and his audacity

9。 零細企業から大成長するユダヤの起業家たち Entrepreneurs and their big achievement

Sukkot and Simchat Torah with Chabad Japan 2015

Sukkot and Simchat Torah with Chabad Japan 2015

 

 

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You are welcome to joining us for Sukkot and Simchat Torah.

First days of Sukkot.

Sunday evening, September 27 services at 6:30 pm, followed by festive meal in the Sukka.

Monday, September 28, morning services at 10 am, followed by lunch in the Sukka at noon. Evening services at 6:30 pm followed by festive meal in the Sukka

Tuesday, September 29, morning services at 10 am followed by lunch in the Sukka. 

 

During the intermediate days of Sukkot Wednesday September 30 – Sunday October 4.

Rabbi Edery will be travelling around Tokyo and its outskirts with the Sukka Mobile to bring the joy of Sukkot, the mitzvah of Lulav to every Jew. To check the Rabbi’s Sukka Route please email chabadtokyo@gmail.com.

To sponsor the Sukka Mobile for one of the days of Sukkot please email us chabadtokyo@gmail.com.

Everyone is more than welcome to the Chabad House Sukka any day of the Holiday to bless on the Lulav. The mitzvah of Lulav is done every day till sunset, around 5:15 pm. Saturdays we also do not bless on the Lulav. One can bless on the Lulav from Monday September 28 – Sunday, October 4.

Last days of Sukkot: Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah.

Sunday, October 4 at 6:30 pm, services and festive meal in the Sukka. followed by Dancing with the Torah- Hakafot.

Monday October 5  morning services at 10 am, followed by lunch in the Sukka at noon. Evening services at 6:30 pm followed by festive meal and Dancing with the Torah-Hakafot.

Tuesday October 6 morning services at 10 am followed by festive lunch

Please RSVP

All services and holiday meals will be at Chabad House.

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Rabbi Binyomin Yehezkel Edery appointed as Chief Rabbi of Japan by Chief Rabbinate of Israel and acknowledged by Japanese Government

Rabbi Binyomin Yehezkel Edery appointed as Chief Rabbi of Japan by Chief Rabbinate of Israel and acknowledged by Japanese Government

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The official certificate of the appointment of the Chief Rabbi of Japan with the signatures of many Rabbis worldwide.

 

His Past, Present and Future.

In 1999, Rabbi Edery came to Japan to establish the first Chabad House in Japan. Since then he has been devoting himself to help people regardless of their creed, color or ethnic background. He dedicates himself to strengthen Jewish people who live in Japan and those who come temporarily. At the same time he teaches and spreads the Seven Noahide Laws among non-Jewish people as it is written in the Torah. All his works are focused for the sake of heaven, namely, ‘’to fix the world with the kingship of G-d’’.

In 1999 he founded the first kosher certification agency called “Kosher Japan” with its abbreviation “KJ.” The purpose of the agency is to help Japanese agriculture by promoting the premium products internationally. Rabbi Edery encourages Japanese farmers and food producers to produce various kosher products in Japan, thereby helping them expand their domestic and overseas markets.

In 2000 he started the first Kosher slaughtering in Japan. For decades, Jews who lived in Japan were forced to import meat products from out of Japan. He has made kosher slaughtering an annual tradition since kosher slaughtering is necessary for Jewish people’s food needs. The kosher slaughtering method is strictly instructed in the Jewish law so that it is a painless procedure for the animals

In light of the above dedication, the Chief Rabbinate of Israel chose and officially ordained Rabbi Edery as the Chief Rabbi of Japan in Tamuz, 5772 in Jewish Year (July 2012).

Many noted Rabbis endorsed the ordination of Rabbi Edery worldwide. Among the Rabbis who endorsed the Chief Rabbi appointment were Rabbi Yitzchak Yosef, chief Sephardic Rabbi of Israel, Rabbi Naftali Frankel Rabbi of Badatz Jerusalem, Rabbi Yitzchok David Grossman, director of many educational organizations in Migdal Haemek, Rabbi Rabbi Yehuda Dery head Rabbi of Beer Sheva, Rabbi Eliyahu Abergel, Rabbi of Beer Sheva, Rabbi Yaacov Schwei, Rabbi of Head Jewish court in Brooklyn, NY.

In June 25th 2015, the office of the Prime Minister of Japan invited Rabbi Edery to have an audience with him as the Chief Rabbi of Japan. Mr. Yoshihide Suga, Chief Cabinet Secretary, granted the audience to him as the Chief Rabbi of Japan, and expressed the gratitude to him for his dedication for the sake of Japanese people, especially for his wholehearted relief efforts for the people suffered at the Great Earthquake and Tsunami in the North-east Japan in 2013.   Mr. Suga showed his appreciation to Rabbi’s care and concern for the farmers of the North after the Tsunami. He instructed his secretaries to assist the Rabbi’s works at any time on any subject if necessary.

The audience was arranged through the good office of Senator Kazuya Shimba and Dr. Jacob Yuroh Teshima. Senator Shimba studied at the graduate school in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1991-92 and served as Senior Vice Minister of Defense in 2010-11, and Senior Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs in 2012. Dr. Teshima was the last student of Professor Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel zt”l, graduated from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1967 and received a Doctoral degree from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. He regularly gives classes at the Chabad House (Mavo Layahdut).

The audience granted to Rabbi Edery by the Japanese government on June 15 was unprecedented in history and an acknowledgment of his great achievement indeed.

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From left to right: Shimba san, Rabbi Edery, Chief Secretary of Cabinet – Suga san, Dr. Teshima, and Muto san. They pose with the certificate of the appointment of Rabbi Edery as Chief Rabbi of Japan.

 

 

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Chief Sefardic Rabbi Of Israel, Rabbi Yizckak Yosef meets with and appoints Rabbi Edery as chief Rabbi of Japan.

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Rabbi Edery with Chief Ashkenazic Rabbi, Rabbi David Lau.

 

The staff , members and friends of Chabad  of Japan would like to wish:

May Rabbi Edery be blessed by Almighty G-d to continue in his position in good health for long life and good years!

May his organization Chabad House of Japan and Kosher Japan continue to be a lighthouse of goodness and kindness illuminating the spiritual desert of Japan till the coming of Moshiach.

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Rabbi Edery and his family k”y pose for a picture in park near his home in Tokyo.

 

 

Yom Kippur 2015 – 5776 with Chabad Japan

Yom Kippur 2015 – 5776 with Chabad Japan

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Join us this Yom Kippur,

Tuesday evening, September 22

Meal before the fast begins at 2:30 pm

Fast begins at 5:21 pm

Kol Nidrei begins at 5:45 pm

Yom Kippur morning services (Sep. 23) begin at 10:00 am

Fast ends at 6:16

Break the fast meal immediately following Havdallah at 6:16 pm.

All Yom Kippur services and meals at Chabad House

Welcome!

Please RSVP chabadtokyo@gmail.com

May you be inscribed and sealed in the book of life