Japanese flag Embassy of Japan in Dublin

AddressNutley Building, Merrion Centre
Nutley Lane
Dublin 4
Phonelocal: (01) 202.8300
international: +353.1.202.8300
Faxlocal: (01) 283.8726
international: +353.1.283.8726
Web sitehttp://www.ie.emb-japan.go.jp/

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Mick Wright
Mon, 1 Jul 2019 08:42 EDT
Return to whaling...really?
I know youll delete this email most likely, but i for one will endeavour to buy nothing made in Japan until this barbaric practice ceases!!!
david geraghty/ attn; ALICE/ECONOMIC SECTION
Tue, 31 Jul 2018 05:35 EDT
honda, walk-asssist-programme
further to the above,i need assistance in getting in touch with the relevant personell who ru the programme.

kind regards,

david banahan
Mon, 30 Jul 2018 07:34 EDT
culture / manners
I am thinking travelling to japan , is possible to give tips or ideas what will when, I visit japan. 41,howth road, Clontarf. Dublin 3
Jim Thompson
Tue, 3 Jul 2018 10:41 EDT
World cup 2018
To all you beautiful Japanese people. I'm absolutely heartbroken for you all so I can only imagine how you feel today. And the dignity shown by your team and fans was breath-taking.

You were a joy to watch playing football , thank you!

Hugh O Donovan
Sat, 28 Nov 2015 15:58 EST
Stop Barbaric Whaling
Just please STOP. It is a disgrace in a civilised country.
Elmarie Nagle
Sat, 3 Oct 2015 11:10 EDT
Further Success for Japanese 'Cherry Blossoms' Rugby Squad in RWC2015
Congratulations to the Japanese Rugby Team!

The opening match, when Japan beat the famed South African 'Springboks', was a fantastic game to watch.

Today, as I write this message Japan completely out-performing Samoa, 23-0, after 51 minutes of play. Excellent skills, strategy and sheer courage a joy to behold. So many now relying on 'large heavy-set' players and Japan have proven that such players/squads can indeed be beaten, with superlative playing skills. One of the greatest successes of the RWC 2015 in England this year.

Congratulations to ALL the Squad, Coaching and Management Teams- representing true 'team spirit' of the game of Rugby from a Nation not expected to do well: "Brave hearts & spirits win favour". Best of luck to Japan for the rest of Rugby World Cup 2015.
Hugh McKernan
Mon, 21 Sep 2015 17:52 EDT
My name is Hugh J McKernan. I am an avid supporter of the game of
Today I watched some brilliant rugby football.
But I have to say the game that Japan played was something to to be
recorded and played over and over,as an education to young players of the
future. Never give up, that's what Japan taught the world of sport today.
Such determination.
Such will.
I have played rugby in my younger years and supported and travelled to see
Ireland play around the world.So I can say I know a little about the game.
I thank you for a most entertaining afternoons football.
I wish the Japanese rugby team every success in the world cup. BUT should
Ireland and Japan play against each other, may the best team (Ireland) win.

Sincerely yours.

Hugh J Mckernan.
peter donohoe
Sun, 20 Sep 2015 16:05 EDT
rugby world cup
I Peter Donohoe ex rugby player 3 rd division in France and of Irish nationality would like to congratulate the Japanese Rugby team for their well deserved and earned victory over South Africa it is of huge importance to Young Japanese future players of the game .Japan have worked so har dfor this and to put 34 points over one of the top 3 rugby nations in the world is sure hard graft.also when I saw grown elederly Japanese fans well over their sixties crying that made me cry also with happiness.i wish you really well my friends from the land of the rising sun.ALIGATO i hope i spelt it correctly PETER DONOHOE IRELAND
Sat, 19 Sep 2015 14:15 EDT
rugby world cupp
Congratulations,Japan made world history.Best for the next
Hugh McFadden
Thu, 6 Aug 2015 05:48 EDT
Poem for Hiroshima
The 70th anniversary of the Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima will be marked today in Dublin in a commemorative ceremony in Merrion Square park at 1 pm, at the site of the Japanese cherry tree there. Here is the text of my poem, 'Empire of Shadows, which I have been asked to read at this ceremony:

Empire of Shadows
When the great hammer blow descended
it came suddenly, right out of the blue,
unexpected, out of a clear blue sky.
On the ground, moments before the blast,
it was a calm, sunny, Monday morning.
Those closest to the blast died instantly,
their bodies turned to crisp black charcoal.
Nearby birds burst into flames in mid-air,
and combustible materials like
paper, or skin, ignited instantly _
as far away as 6,000 feet from
the epicentre, or ground zero.
The white light acted as a huge flashbulb
burning the dark patterns of clothing on
skin and shadows of bodies onto walls.
Survivors outdoors close to the blast
described a literally blinding light,
combined with an enormous wave of heat.
The city was hidden by that awful
cloud … boiling up, mushrooming, terrible.
Sixty years after that cataclysm
someone in power wrote the following:
'The war on terror involves enemies
hidden among us who hate our values,
who will use any weapons against us' …
in the age of post-modern irony.

(Hugh McFadden)

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