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Nagatacho GRID B1

2-5-3 Hikawacho

Chiyoda-ku, Tōkyō-to 102-0093

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A transformational day filled with motherhood empowerment, inspiration, support, useful information, connections and fun.

Hands-on workshops with actionable takeaways.

A chance to ask questions to a panel of super inspiring mothers.

For all mothers looking to enhance their life in Tokyo are welcomed, no matter what stage of motherhood or career they are in.


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9.00am Doors Open

9.30am Welcome & Introduction

9.45am - 12pm Breakout Groups

1pm - Lunch & Panel Session

1.45pm - Closing

2pm - Finish


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-Access The Grid via subway

Nagatacho exit 9 Namboku Line

(2mins walk)

Akasaka Mitsuke exit 7 Maranouchi/Ginza Line

(6mins walk)

- No children please except new babies (not yet crawling babies) please comment in your rsvp if you plan to bring your baby, so we can accommodate for you!

- Dress Code: "Active Wear" - trainers or shoes appropriate for light activity.

- Food requirements: a healthy buffet lunch and refreshments will be provided. Please let us know in advance for any specific food requirement or allergies.

- Bring pen and paper for taking notes if you wish!

- For more specific questions please contact rsvp@tokyomothersgroup.com


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4 Working Mothers living and working Tokyo will share their experiences and tips on how to motivate and juggle all the balls of life.


LOUISE GEORGE KITTAKA

New Zealander Louise George Kittaka has three kids, three cats and one husband. Louise is a freelance writer and frequent contributor to the English media, including as a regular columnist for The Japan Times and Savvy Tokyo, and has a special interest in issues affecting women. She also creates business and educational content for some of Japan’s leading firms, and teaches in the Comparative Studies Dept. at Shirayuri Women’s University. When time permits, she enjoys travelling, karaoke, going to dessert buffets and adding to her collection of Aliens movie plastic figures. Despite spending more than half her life in Japan, she still can’t eat natto.

KATE NEATH

Australian Kate Neath has over 15 years extensive experience working and living in Japan. Her thoughtful and welcoming approach to Japan’s language, customs and culture has seen her be sort by Japanese and International businesses and as a presenter on NHK, Japan’s leading television network.

In 2011, with the birth of her first child, Kate aspired to fill a gap in shared knowledge of living and getting around Tokyo with a baby, when she established her website, Tokyo Urban Baby. Immediately breaking down barriers with her relaxed, fun and easy going nature, she filled her readers with the confidence and insight needed to not only navigate their way around one of the busiest cities in the world with their bundle of joy, but to make it an exciting and memorable experience for all to cherish.

ELANA GILBERT

After receiving her Diploma of Fitness in 2001, she expanded her knowledge in 2002 by studying and working in Beauty Therapy. Since then, she had furthered her education by studying and receiving qualifications in fitness and nutrition as she believed that the optimal health comes from all aspects of health and beauty.

Elana has owned and run an organic beauty salon in Tokyo since 2009 and has worked with her husband and brother at their health club, Club 360. Her greatest achievement though is being a Mum to her sons Max and Alex. If she thought she was busy before, now time management is definitely more of a puzzle!

MEGUMI MOSS


After studying in London and traveling the world she settled down in Tokyo in 2002. Megumi worked at Sony for over 10 years and through her career she saw her coworkers and friends struggle with balancing work and their family lives.

Due to this experience, she realized there wasn’t adequate childcare in Japan and in 2013 she left Sony to start CareFinder in order to connect families in Tokyo with qualified babysitters. Because she has traveled abroad and has an American husband Megumi decided to build CareFinder to serve both the Japanese and foreign communities that live in Japan.










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