Pink Ball

This year, RFTC Japan is marking the 20th anniversary of our annual black-tie fundraising gala, Pink Ball, and we are grateful to all of you who have helped us to reach this significant milestone.

Pink Ball is an evening of delectable food, spectacular entertainment, and an exciting live auction — all to support an important cause: protecting women’s lives.

Proceeds from the gala ball go towards RFTC Japan’s breast cancer awareness activities, including holding Hana-me seminars, publishing our bilingual women’s health magazine PiNK, and hosting PiNK Beauty Party events.

The 20th Pink Ball will be held on Friday, March 3, 2023. We invite you to register now and join us to celebrate the 20th anniversary of this very special event.

2023 Pink Ball Summary Video

Guideline for our Guests

RFTC Japan established the Covid-19 Hygiene and Safety Guidelines to secure the safety of the environment. All guests are asked to acknowledge and agree to the terms set out in the guidelines before applying. Those who do not meet the requirements may not attend Pink Ball 2023. We ask for your understanding and cooperation in order to provide a safe experience for our guests, associated staff, and volunteers.

Event Details

DateFriday, 3 March 2023
Time6:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
VenueConrad Tokyo [Access / Map]
Participation FeeJPY35,000/person | JPY350,000/table for 10 (including5-course dinner and bottomless drinks)
AttireBlack Tie
Details5-course dinner, bottomless drinks, vodka bar, live entertainment, live and silent auctions, raffle prizes
Age RestrictionsParticipants must be aged 18 years old and above.(excluding high school students)
Registration DeadlineWednesday, 22 February 2023

For inquiries, contact us here or give us a call at PH: 03-4520-8650.

Covid-19 Hygiene and Safety Guidelines

【Web Registration】

・All guests are asked to acknowledge and agree to the terms set out in the Covid-19 Hygiene and Safety Guidelines before registering.
・All guests who are bringing other guests will be responsible for ensuring that their guests read, acknowledge,and agree with the guidelines.
・All guests will be asked to take temperature before arriving at the event.

【Before the event】

・All guests are personally responsible for their actions to ensure their own safety prior to the event.
・All guests will be asked to take temperature before arriving at the facility.
・Guests to whom any of the following apply may not enter the facility:

  1. Those who have a temperature of 37.5°C on the day of the event. 
  2. Those who are experiencing the following symptoms: cough, shortness of breath or difficulty in breathing, fatigue, headaches, loss of smell and/or taste, stuffy or runny nose, diarrhea, muscle aches, nausea or vomiting etc.
  3. Those who returned to Japan after international travel from countries or regions requiring quarantine within 3 days prior to the event. view here
  4. Those who tested positive for Covid-19 or have been directed to quarantine.
  5. Those who came in close contact with a person who tested positive for Covid-19.

【On the day of the event】

・All guests are asked to take temperature when entering the facility.
・Those who have a temperature over 37.5 °C or display any Covid-19 related symptoms may not enter the facility.
・All guests are asked to bring and wear a mask at all times. 
・No walk-ins or substitutions will be permitted.
・Wash and sanitize your hands frequently.
・Maintain safe social distancing within all facilities.

【Staff and Volunteers】

・All hotel staff members and volunteers with a temperature higher than 37.5 °C or Covid-19 related symptoms will not enter the facility.
・All hotel staff members and volunteers will wear a mask at all times.
・All hotel staff members and volunteers will wash and sanitize their hands throughout the day.
・All hotel staff members and volunteers will maintain a safe social distance not only in the event venue but also in staff areas.

【Response when a suspected case occurs】

In the event when a suspect case occurs the guests, staff, or volunteers, we will respond immediately and necessary actions will be provided.

*The Covid-19 Hygiene and Safety Guideline is subject to change based on future changes in the government policies.

Chef Profile

Shintaro Matsunaga

Banquet Head Chef, Conrad Tokyo

After working as the head chef of the modern French restaurant Collage, Chef Shintaro Matsunaga was appointed the banquet head chef in April 2022. He is known for blending the latest food trends and meeting guests’ wedding and banqueting needs.

Chef Matsunaga emphasizes food pairings and focuses on simple cooking methods that bring out the individuality and umami flavor of seasonal ingredients. His popular, contemporary French cuisine also incorporates the essence of Japanese dishes, following Conrad Tokyo’s theme as a luxurious and modern Japanese hotel.

Artist Profile


TenrinDaiko continues to showcase the art of Wadaiko and perform their original interpretations for audiences all over the world. In 2015, they received a score of five stars, the highest appraisal at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, one of the world’s largest arts festivals. In a genuine, up-close experience, you will understand why TenrinDaiko have been such a smash hit from Scotland to Southeast Asia, from Stuttgart to Qatar.


Opera Quartet

Utako Kawaguchi

Utako Kawaguchi

Utako graduated with top honors from Musashino Academia Musicae and its graduate department, and went on to win the gold prize at the Concorso di Lirica Italiana (Competition for Singers of Italian Opera) Siena division. She has starred in numerous operas, including “The Elixir of Love” as Adina, “La traviata” as Violetta, “Romeo and Juliet” as Juliet, and ”The Magic Flute” as Pamina.


Nana Tokuyama

Nana graduated Kunitachi College of Music with top honors, and completed a Master’s course from the Department of Vocal Music of Tokyo University of the Arts. She is currently a member of the Tokyo Nikikai Opera Theatre. In April 2019, she will be appearing in the Tokyo Nikikai Concertante Series’ production of Massenet’s opera “Herodiade” as a young Babylonian.


Toshinari Horikoshi

Toshinari graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts’ Department of Vocal Music, where he is currently finishing his Master’s course. He won the Outstanding Performance award at the 13th Koukousei no tame no Kakyoku Konkuru (Music Contest for High School Students), as well as winning third place in the Tokyo division and runner up in the National division at the 66th Student Music Concourse of Japan.


Shota Shimomura

Graduated from Tokyo Gakugei University and Graduate School. A Nikikai member and member of Shizuoka Chamber Opera.
He played roles of Ottavio in “Don Giovanni”, played in “The Magic Flute”, Alfredo in “La Traviata”, Don Jose in “Carmen”, Hermosa in “Tulipatan Island”, and Eisenstein Alfredo in “The Bat”. After his debut as Gaston in “Tsubakihime” at the Nikikai performance, he has appeared on the big stages of “Falstaff” and “Heaven and Hell”. He also appeared as a concert soloist, singing Azael in “The Ninth” and “Prodigal Son”.

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