Build a Bath
The Tokyo Jewish community needs spare hands
May 14, 2012 | Issue: 947 | No Comments | 944 views

A medieval mikveh. Photo: Chris 73; Wikipedia/Wikimedia Commons

The Japanese Jewish community is small but active, and the Rabbi Mendi Sudakevitch of Chabad Japan is intent on making it more so. His community is building a mikveh, which is a Jewish ritual bath, and they are looking for anyone who is keen to help in any way, regardless of religion, gender, or belief. It’s essentially a construction job, so if you fancy carrying some things around, slapping some wet cement down (maybe) and generally getting involved, then call Morris on 090-5445-7888.

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