Yumi Kikuchi’s blog
September 9, 2008
I am happy to announce two 911 Truth events in Japan.
The first event happening here in Japan is being organized by Benjamin Fulford and will be held on Sep 11, 2008 in Ebisu. The admission fee is 3000 yen and you need to make a reservation. Links to the details (in Japanese) can be found here:
The speakers will be Yukihisa Fujita (A member of the Japanese House of Councilors. His website is only in Japanese), Benjamin Fulford and myself.
If you have any Japanese friends who are interested in knowing what really happened on Sept. 11th, 2001, please contact them and let them know about this event.
Date and Time: Sep 11, 2008, 6-9pm
Place: Ebisu Kumin Kaikan
Fee: 3000 yen
Application by e-mail: email@example.com or by phone: 080-3282-3790
The Global Peace Campaign is also organizing its 2nd 911 Truth International Conference in Tokyo!
The hall we hired for the first 911 Truth Conference was filled to capacity so we are increasing the size of the hall for this event so we can seat 700! Please join us and bring your friends. Lets get the truth out to as many people as we can. Most of the content will be in Japanese but David Ray Griffin’s lecture will be in English with Japanese translation.
Date and time: Nov 3, 2008. 10am-8pm (It is an all day event)
Place: Miyake-Zaka Hall (Syakai Bunka Kaikan)
Address: Nagatacho 1-8-1 Tel:03-5920-7531
Fee: 5000 yen
There will be a party with David Ray Griffin and all the panelists after the conference. If you would like to join it, the cost will be 5000 yen. There are a limited number of seats available for those who wish to participate in both the conference and the party. If you would like to join both events, send 10,000 yen (per person attending) by Post Office “Yubin Furikae” to:
Harmonics Life Center 00110-1-144224
The Yubin Furikae money transfer system is available from every post office in Japan from 9am to 4pm. On the form write “911 Conference and Party with DRG” and your name, address and phone on the application form (furikae yoshi).
More information about these events is posted at Yumi’s blog.