Passover Seder Sign Up
We will host Passover Seders from 6:30 PM on Friday, April 15 and Saturday, April 16.
Please use the below form to sign up. Be sure to select the date you will be attending (or both).
Reservations are open until Friday, April 8. Please note that space is limited and reservations may be closed early.
Passover meals will be sit-down and waiter served as in years past. The price for adult JCJ members is JPY 8,000 and for children (3-12 years old) is JPY 5,000 (under 3 is free). Non-members will be charged an additional JPY 2,000 per meal. Non-member students will be charged JPY 5,000.
We ask that all adults attending are fully vaccinated.
The deadline has passed to register for this event. Please feel free to contact the JCJ office with any questions.
Passover Food Order
The below Passover items may be ordered from the JCJ. JCJ members can use the below form to order. Non-members can contact the JCJ office via this email address and are free to visit the JCJ from Sunday, April 10 to shop in the JCJ mini market.
Horse Radish (home-made, 250 g)
Macaroons – Chocolate (10 oz)
Macaroons – Coconut (10 oz)
Matzo (1 lb)
Matzo Ball Mix (4.5 oz)
Potato Pancake (6 oz)
Strawberry Jam (12 oz)
Sweet Kiddush Wine (1 bottle)
Yarden Hermon Red Wine (1 bottle)
Yarden Hermon White Wine (1 bottle)
Gamla Champagne (1 bottle)
Prices listed are for JCJ members. Non-members will be charged an additional 30%.
Orders can be picked up from Wednesday to Friday and during Sunday School. Please add any specific instructions to the comments field below. The JCJ office will be in touch to coordinate as needed.
If you are not a member of the JCC, kindly arrange payment by bank transfer or in yen cash in advance.
Bank transfers should be net of all bank charges.
Jewish Community of Japan
Mizuho Bank Ltd., Aoyama Branch, Tokyo, Japan
Account No. 0096054 “Toza” or Checking Account.
Swift Code: MHCBJPJT
Bank Address: 3-6-12 Kita Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0061
Sell Your Hametz
If possible, all hametz – food not acceptable during Passover, or materials containing such unacceptable food – should be destroyed or given away before the holiday begins. Should this be impossible, the hametz may be stored in such a way that we are sure not to use it during the holiday and its actual ownership is transferred to a non-Jew until the holiday ends.
Please complete the form below no later than Sunday, April 10.