Every Shabbat morning before the Shacharit prayer, Rabbi Moti gives a lecture related to the weekly Torah portion.
We would like to start a reading group in Japanese (maybe bilingual) for the book "The Divine Code," which explains in detail the Seven Laws of Noah for non-Jews. If you are interested, please contact us.
Note: It is prohibited to throw away printed sentences from Torah and the name of the Creator, and they need to be buried in appropriate procedure. Please don't throw away books with holy scriptures in them, but send them to us.
We read Chumash books (Pentateuch with a bit of commentary from the oral tradition) published by Kol Menachem on every Shabbat. It's Hebrew-English bilingual book.
"Toward a meaningful life" by Rabbi Simon Jacobson
Good to start learning.
"Jewish Literacy" by Rabbi Joseph Telushkin
"Living In Divine Space: Kabbalah And Meditation" by Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh
Book on Kabbalah (Jewish mysticism)
"The Divine Code: The Guide to Observing the Noahide Code, Revealed from Mount Sinai in the Torah of Moses" by Rabbi Moshe Weiner et al.
Detailed explanation about the 7 laws of Noah (i. e., for non-Jews)
"Seven Gates of Righteous Knowledge: A Compendium of Spiritual Knowledge and Faith for the Noahide Movement and All Righteous Gentiles" by Rabbi Moshe Weiner and Michael Schulman
A guide to the good life of Noahides (i. e., for non-Jews)
[DVD] Young Abraham From the Ancient Stories of the Israelites
The early life of Abraham told in Jewish Oral tradition. The link is to its US Amazon page.
We also have a large collection of Jewish books in Chabad Kyoto and welcome visitors who come to read these.