17.04.2011 13.Nisan, 5771
"People are starting to come back slowly" says Chabad Rabbi Mendy Sudakevich as the Japanese capital's small Jewish community prepares its Seder.
Recovery is still a rarely-talked about concept in Japan, but with Pessah approaching, members of the devastated nation’s small Jewish community are making plans to celebrate the holiday’s signature Seder meals in Tokyo.
“People are starting to come back slowly,” said Chabad-Lubavitch of Japan Director Rabbi Mendy Sudakevich. “Their jobs are here.”