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Japan Brickfest 2017 Kobe Fan Weekend

Date:January 27, 2017 NEWS

Japan Brickfest is Japan's largest international fan built LEGO® event.
This is an exhibition of LEGO® brick built models, games and and fun activities for children and families to enjoy.
Japan Brickfest 2017 is now the newest official Fan Hub event, 1 of only 3 in the world. Japan Brickfest will be held as "Japan Brickfest Kobe Fan Weekend" as follows;

Date and Time : 2017.6.10~6.11  10:00 to 17:00
Location : Canadian Academy (Kobe Rokko Island)
(4-1 Koyo-cho Naka,Higashinada-ku Kode)
Entry Fee: Adult ¥500 / Children ¥300 (Under 15 years old)
The Danish nationality who brings their passport can get an entrance fee at half price.

We KLUG,(Kansai Lego(R) User Group) are organizing Japan Brickfest Kobe Fan Weekend which is the largest fan built LEGO(R) event and fan convention in Japan and Asia. This event entertains both the Japanese and International community.

The LEGO(R) brick that is born in Denmark is loved by children to adult, doesn't matter about age or sex, many way to build freedom, so they can show their imagination and infinite possibilities.

We want everybody to know how LEGO(R) bricks are wonderful, so we started this event in 2015. It is now the third year.

Many Japanese builders and builders from all over the world  join this event, there were also over 2600 public visitors last year, and finally LEGO(R) Denmark told us that our event is 3rd official LEGO(R) fan hub event in the world.

Some visitors had questions, what is LEGO(R), they had only heard that it is a children's toy, also are interested to see what they can build by LEGO bricks. So they can see our event and how many creative things they can build.

Also we would like to tell people about LEGO(R) and Denmark to everyone.

Sponsorship and Volunteering
We are looking for volunteers to help at our event and companies or people who may be interested in sponsoring our event.
If you are interested please send us a message via email

KLUG(Kansai LEGO User Group)
Ambassador: Edwin Knight
E-mail :

Who’s Who – Mr. Michael Winstroem, Associate (Commerce & Finance) of Robert Walters Japan

Date:January 22, 2017 NEWS

Mr. Winstroem was born near Copenhagen and studied European Study and English for his BA and International Marketing and English for his MA at Copenhagen Business School. After the university, he went to Malaysia to work for a start-up company then an e-commerce company called Lazada which is a part of Alibaba group.

He came to Japan in last May to join Robert Walters. It has still been less than a year but he has been enjoying working there a lot since the company is well-structured and it is a challenging job. Robert Walters has become a member of DCCJ from last October.

Q: What is Robert Walters all about?

It is one of the largest and top specialist recruitment companies founded in 1985 in the UK and has been doing business in Japan for over 16 years. We have 55 offices in 27 countries. Japan is the most profitable market for us in the world and there are 170 consultants in Tokyo and 30+ in Osaka.

Q: Any news from the company?

We are the official sponsor of the Japan National Rugby Team and looking forward to the World Cup in 2019 to be held here in Japan.

Q: Have you lived in other countries besides Japan?

Lived in Malaysia and the US (San Diego).

Q: What about your hobbies?

Playing and watching football (Arsenal supporter!) Workout in the gym (Golds Gym).

Q: What do you like about Japan?

I like the people and the culture here. People are friendly and showing respect for you, like listening to you, etc. There are many cultural activities here. Also the system of transportation is very convenient.

Q: What do you miss about Denmark?

Friends and family. And Copenhagen in the summer time. I miss watching football too, because it is difficult to watch games due to the time difference! 

Q: What is your favorite food/dish?

In Japan I like fresh fish but I like all sort of meals apart from ‘offal’.
In Denmark I like meat balls called ‘frikadelle’ and roast pork.

Q: If you won 1 million US dollars in lottery, what would you do?

I would upgrade my living and wardrobe then save the rest. I would like to travel too so would go to Sri Lanka and New Zealand, because I always wanted to visit there.

Q: What do you expect from DCCJ?

Professionally, networking. Personally, connection such as to find the people to hang out with.

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