Come aboard the Tokaido bullet train as we take you on a journey from Tokyo to Kyoto
Experience everything from the vibrant fashions of Harajuku and the neon lights of Shibuya to the Imperial palaces and tranquil gardens of the old capital, Kyoto
This year we bring you an extra special night -
with an extra hour for you to immerse yourself in culture
Join us and discover Japan
Wednesday 15th June 2016
9:00 PM - 4:00 AM
Queue Jump £100
There is an optional £2 donation to selected charities
Trinity Hall students may pay through their college bill
Are you ready for something different?
We are bringing you flavours from east Asia in both your food and drink
Expect to be surprised as you enjoy Japanese style dishes and sip on custom cocktails
A hint of tradition, a dose of fusion: the best of Japan for you to enjoy late into the night
You'll just have to come try it
The June Event is a party, its music lies at its core
The event has a reputation for musical excellence with past acts including Annie Mac, Clean Bandit and Chase and Status
This year will be no different as we present multiple stages going all night long
Whatever your taste, we guarantee your feet will not stop moving
Half of your charitable proceeds will go to Afrinspire and the Cambridge Rape Crisis Centre. These two are the centralised Cambridge may ball charities. Pooling resources across balls allows your contribution to make a more tangible impact for these two amazing charities, helping to solve issues close to home and aiding those who need it most.
The other half of charitable proceeds will be donated to Greenpeace Japan, which is working hard on a broad spectrum of important environmental issues. Greenpeace supports communities and rehabilitates the environment ruined by the Fukushima nuclear disaster, as well as holding the Japanese government accountable for irresponsible behaviour and fighting for compensation for displaced families. Greenpeace is also a world-leader in the fight to stop Japan's pernicious and dangerous whaling industry.