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Autumn In the Train


Thu Oct 11 2018, 11:00am–10:00pm
Fri Oct 12 2018, 11:00am–10:00pm
Sat Oct 13 2018, 11:00am–10:00pm
Sun Oct 14 2018, 11:00am–10:00pm

Where: Tanjong Pagar Centre, 1 Wallich Street, Tanjong Pagar, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: japanrailcafe

Urban Park transforms into a “Japanese Train” with Music, Food and Movie Screenings!

Event synopsis:

In Japan, 14th October is known as “The Railway Day” (Tetsudou-no-hi) to Train Maniacs, as it marks the opening of the country’s first railway back in 1872. To celebrate this special day, Japan Rail Cafe, a travel-themed cafe under railway operator East Japan Railway Company, will unfold the train-themed event “Autumn in the Train” at Tanjong Pagar Centre!

Featuring Japan’s popular experience-themed trains such as “Joyful Train Series”, the event showcases some exciting activities that one can enjoy inside selected trains during Autumn. Suitable for the working crowd and families, the event will transform Urban Park with a train-like concept with Japanese food, activities and special merchandises relating to Autumn and rail!

Programme Highlights:

- "Jimami Tofu Free Screening" by BananaMana Films
Following the exclusive launch of Jimami Tofu earlier this year, the popular film is making a comeback in cinemas this October, and you get to watch it for free at this event! Director Jason Chan and Christian Lee, will also be making a special appearance and you may get a chance to speak with them after the screening.

- JCC Weekend Cinema
A special collaboration between JR CAFE and Japan Creative Centre by Embassy of Japan in Singapore, JCC brings to you exciting movies this autumn!
- Makoto Shinkai Anime Marathon (“5 Centimeters per Second”, “Voices of a Distant Star” and “The Garden of Words”)
- Chibimaruko
- Robo-G

- Pikachu Meet & Greet Session
Pikachu will visit to promote his Pokémon with you! Get a chance to take a photo with him at our train photo panel!

- Large Screen Train Video Game “Densha De Go”
Take your gaming satisfaction to a next level! At the event, you can get to live your dream of driving a train, plus you get to enjoy the action up close on a large screen monitor! For more information on gaming schedule, please visit the event page on Facebook.

- Double DJ Night
Can’t get enough of the DJ nights last summer? DJ Shin is back again with his pal DJ Fukumoto for a dual autumnal jazz pop fusion!

- Family Yoga (Min. two as a pair)
Love yoga but hate to do it alone? Get your family member to join you for some stretches as a pair! Parent-kid pairs are welcomed. Pre-registration required.

- Lucky Draw
Receive a stamp card for each purchase and collect stamps as you dine! You will receive a new stamp with each purchase from a different booth
Upon 2nd stamp: Instant-win at the “Autumn Fruit-picking Station”
Upon 3rd stamp: Drop your card in the Grand Lucky Draw and stand a chance to win a pair of JR-East passes (worth more than $400)!

Participating F&B Vendors (in Alphabetical Order):
- Chef Yamashita(Autumn themed cakes)
- Fumen Japanese Udon (Japanese Udon)
- Hattendo Singapore (hotdog buns & marron cream buns)
- Japan Point (Roasted sweet potatoes & melon bun ice cream)
- Japan Rail Cafe (crispy chicken & other finger food)
- Kagome Singapore (fruit juice packs)
- Sakanadonya Kunimaru (Butter Potato & stir fried dishes)
- Samurice (onigiri & bento)
- T’s Tantan by JR Cafe (Vegan ramen from Tokyo)
- Taimatsu (plum wine “Umeshu”)
- Teppei Shokudo (Grilled Salmon Belly)
(The list of vendors is accurate as of release date but may subject to changes.)

Through various events promoting Japan and her culture, Japan Rail Cafe aims to contribute to creating mutual, cultural inspirations between Singapore and Japan by establishing its role as a “platform for real Japan, platform for real communication”.

Organiser: Japan Rail Cafe
Sponsors: JNTO, Kirin, The Norinchukin Bank, Relux, Sony, JR East, JR West, Taito, Takara Tomy, Ekiben Grand Prix 2018
Partners: Tanjong Pagar Centre, Japan Creative Centre by Japan Embassy in Singapore