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TOKYO's Spring Sales on coming Saturday

Great finds and gifts at the Arabia campus!
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TOKYO's Spring Sales will be held on 19  May in Arabia Campus, Hämeentie 135 C, organized by The TOKYO Association is a student organization of the School of Arts, Design and Architecture.

The Spring Sales are an annual tradition, which gives the students an opportunity to sell their artworks and products. The Sales and TOKYOcafé are open from 12 to 6 pm. The spring sales is happening at the same time as Arabia street festival.

Welcome!

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Spring Sales in Facebook

Chairperson Matti Jänkälä, Students of Arts, Design and Architecture TOKYO ry, tel. +358 44 2360 023, [email protected]
 

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