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Pink Mojito Zouk Beach Fete

 

Pink Mojito Caribbean Zouk Beach Party With DJ Ronski!!

Where: Zushi Kaigan

When: July 7th

Time: 3:00 – 8:00 PM

How much: FREE FREE FREE!

Our friend Ronski is going to have the first ever Zouk, Kompa and Kizomba music party in Japan. They’ll be serving up Pink Mojitos to cool you down from all the hot music.

If you haven’t had a Pink Mojito yet or even heard of Zouk, Kompa or Kizomba before, then it is time to come down and see for yourself. Enjoy this year’s Tanabata* where the Caribbean meets the East on the shores of spectacular Zushi Kaigan (aka Zushi Beach). It is all happening at LALA HOUSE.

Ronski will be spinning so let your hair down along with all your inhibitions and enjoy Pink Mojitos while you’re at it!!

Oh!! By the way, Ronski‘s celebrating his wedding anniversary with his beautiful wife Hiro on that day too!

There will be plenty of hot single guys and ladies for those of you who would like to meet that special someone.

And it is all free at LALA HOUSE!!

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Check out the newest Zouk, Kompa and Kizomba here >>> http://www.carifrique.com/buddypress/groups/zouk-kompas-kizomba/

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7月7日逗子でカリビアンパーティー開催!
入場無料、どなたでもウェルカム!
3pm-8pm、出入り自由!
ハイチとセントマーチン、ズーク、コンパ、キゾンバ!
フレンチカリブミュージックに包まれる七夕、いかがですか?
ピンクモヒートを片手に、逗子で夕日見ましょうよ!
LaLa Houseという海の家でお待ちしております!

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*What is Tanabata?

Tanabata, also known as the “star festival”, takes place on the 7th day of the 7th month of the year, when, according to a Chinese legend, the two stars Altair and Vega, which are usually separated from each other by the milky way, are able to meet.

Because the 7th month of the year roughly coincides with August rather than July according to the formerly used lunar calendar, Tanabata is still celebrated on August 7th in some regions of Japan, while it is celebrated on July 7th in other regions.

One popular Tanabata custom is to write one’s wishes on a piece of paper, and hang that piece of paper on a specially erected bamboo tree, in the hope that the wishes become true.

Colorful Tanabata festivals are held across Japan in early July and August.

(Courtesy Japan Guide)