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  The Joy of Sukkos in Tokyo 




Chabad of Japan hit the streets this year with a Sukkah mobile, an unusual sight for Tokyo. Dozens of Jews, both businessmen and tourists were given the opportunity to bench the arba minim. Along with the sukkos mivtzoim, plenty of Sheva Mitzvos publicity, a major activity in Japan, was also done. The Mivtzoim was arranged by the local Tokyo shluchim, Rabbi Binyamin Edrei and Rabbi Yosef Kelinman.




Rabbi Kleinman Helping the Yidden Bench on the Arba Minim










 

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  Matisyahu Visits Chabad of Tokyo 



 



On his music tour in Japan, reggae star Matisyahu Miller partook in the Shabbaton in the luxuries “New Hutney” hotel. During the Shabbaton the participants were introduced to thought provoking topics on the fundamentals of Judaism and Chassidus.

The guest, Matisyahu, discovered this Shabbaton after spending the previous Shabbos with the Shluchim Rabbi Binyamin Edrei and Rabbi Yossi Kleinman. After Shabbos Matisyahu concluded the Shabbos in a “high note” as he made havdalah and sang the nigun “Tzama Lcha Nafshi” of the Rebbe which he customarily sings at his performances. The shluchim and guests left the Shabbaton deeply satisfied from the programs and from the guest, Matisyahu who truly goes beyond the letter of the law in using his influence to spread the Rebbe’s message.


Havdala after Shabbos


Matisyahu Performing in Japan




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  Mikveh 





 

B’’h
Chabad House of Japan was established around 7 years ago.
In Japan, there are around 3,000 Jews. There are about 10,000 Jews, who come for business annually.
Chabad House of Japan is a non-profit organization. Every Chabad House fundraises for its own community. It is the spiritual lighthouse of the area.
Around 1 year ago, we opened a kosher restaurant in central Tokyo. It is opened daily, and provides gourmet kosher food for anyone interested.
Around half a year ago, we slaughtered kosher chickens in Japan. This is the first time that large scale, kosher slaughtering was ever done in Japan.
We have weekly Torah classes for men and women. Many Torah lessons are given over the phone daily, to Jews all around Japan.
Every Shabbat, we have services and a festive Shabbat meal that follows. Many participate, as it reminds them of their roots, and brings them a sweet taste of Judaism.
We have a monthly children’s’ program, called Tokyo Jewish Birthday Club. It is geared to teach the children, about the Jewish Holidays in every month in a fun, hands-on, creative way.
There has been a great spiritual revolution, since we arrived in Japan. Many have come close to the Torah and keep mitzvoth.
Our biggest challenge is a kosher women’s mikveh.
As of today, there are women who use the ocean as a mikveh. Needless to say the extreme difficulties involved in this.
We resolved to build a women’s mikveh, with G-d’s help. The total cost is $350,000. This total price includes buying the land, 100 square meters, and the actual construction of the mikveh.
We have a base of $115,000.
We would like to ask anyone who can, to help us to build this mikveh by donating money. We are sure that G-d will repay in abundance, measure for measure. There will be a plaque on the wall right near the entrance to the Mikveh, with the names of all the donors.

Please take a part in this important and urgent cause.

Below is an excerpt of the Lubavitcher Rebbe Melech Hamoshiach, regarding the importance of building a mikveh.
‘’…regarding the noise in regard to family purity (mikveh), one should think, that it is as if G-d gave him the opportunity to save a whole city from destruction (death), G-d forbid.
Surely he would sacrifice his life for this, and he would praise G-d that gave him the merit to do this great kindness. Even more so, the noise (regarding building of the mikveh), is literally saving lives.’’

We will ask a blessing from the Lubavitcher Rebbe Shlita, for all the contributors.
Our fervent prayers that G-d fulfils all your heart’s desires for the good. May we merit the complete redemption, with the coming of Moshiach now.

Rabbi Binyomin Y. Edery

Tel. 212-561-5969
Email: mikveh@chabadjapan.org
URL: www.chabadjapan.org


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  Soup Kitchen 





 

B’’h

All around the world, in every country, you will find a Chabad House. The Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Shneorsohn, King Moshiach, established these centers. The goal of Chabad Houses is to be an open house for acts of kindness and charity. A place where people could learn about themselves, and their connection to G-d and the Torah. It is an educational center. The continuous and ongoing success of these ‘’lighthouses’’ shows the demand and necessity of such centers worldwide.
Especially in our times, where there is a spiritual hunger, for meaning and direction. There is a great weakness in values and morality. The goal of Chabad Houses is to supply people to be focused on the proper things in life, so that they can be an asset to society.

The U.S. government has awarded the Lubavitcher Rebbe, King Moshiach for his incredible achievements and contribution to society. They established his birthday, every year as Education Day U.S.A. in a Congressional resolution.

Chabad House of Tokyo Japan, directed by Rabbi Binyomin Edery, has been active in Tokyo for the past 6 years, running educational programs, for children and adults, celebrating Jewish festivals, establishing a kosher restaurant. Now we are starting a new national project, helping needy people in Japan. Underprivileged persons will know that they can get food or household products in an honourable way without shame.
The project stages are divided as follows:

1- A Soup kitchen, where people can get hot food, ready. We will also have a service, where food will be delivered to houses.
2- Household products and equipment. Electrical appliances, cleaning products, blankets,
3- Children’s necessities, books, clothes, school supplies,
4-Advice and mental support

To achieve this goal we have established a new Non-Profit-Organization (NPO) in Japan, under the Chabad group umbrella named: “Chabad House of Japan”.
We will collect donation and distribute services under this organization which will be transparent for donors and hope it will create not only better life for the needs but also better feeling and joy for the givers.

We would like to give everyone a chance to being a partner in this blessed project. By contributing money or products, people will be happier and lead easier lives.
Please join and encourage your friends to be part of these acts of goodness and kindness.

Sincerely yours,


Rabbi Binyomin Edery
Chabad House of Japan

For contributions please send to
Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi, Omori branch, 1258988, futsu, Chabad House of Japan.
May G-d repay you in abundance for your generosity of heart.

Long live the Rebbe King Moshiach forever and ever.

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