‘The 1916 Rising with an Asian perspective’ Symposium. The Japan Ireland Society (JIS), established over 50 years ago, is the oldest Ireland-related academic Society in Japan. Its Annual Conference on Irish Studies next year is entitled ‘The 1916 Rising with an Asian perspective’.
Visit by Minister Mary Mitchell O'Connor T.D. to Japan, 16-18 November will focus on strengthening ties in areas of trade, investment and innovation.
In cooperation with the Ireland-Japan Chamber of Commerce, the Notre Dame Club of Japan and Sophia University, Tokyo, the Embassy of Ireland is pleased to announce a screening of "1916 - The Irish Rebellion", a new documentary made by Notre Dame University's Keogh-Naughton Institute of Irish Studies.
Ireland's Minster for Training, Skills and Innovation, Mr. John Halligan T.D., visited Japan from 1-5 October to participate in the Science and Technology in Society (STS) Forum in Kyoto and promote Ireland-Japan cooperation in the Science and Technology area.
2017 will mark the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Japan and Ireland. The official Logo announced today will be used to highlight various celebratory events throughout the year and mark the close relationship between both countries.
The Embassy of Ireland in Japan is delighted to announce the launch of a new tourism website aimed at attracting more Japanese tourists to Ireland.
Statement by the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade in response to the outcome of the UK referendum
The year 2017 will mark the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Ireland and Japan
Trinity College Dublin launched a collection of translations of the 1916 Proclamation by their Centre for Literary Translation.
This year' St Patrick's Day celebrations will be themed on the 2016 Commemorations and will take place on the 19th March.
Ambassador Anne Barrington wishes everyone in Japan a Happy Saint Patrick's Day and highlights Ireland's economic recovery.
"A warm welcome to everyone and thank you for joining us here today. I am pleased and very honoured to open this press launch of the exciting and varied programme of events which will take place throughout Japan this year to mark St Patrick’s Day."
Irish Ambassador invites everyone in Japan to “wear green” for exciting programme of St Patrick’s Day events during March 2016.
St Patrick's Day in Japan: A hugely popular I Love Ireland Festival and myriad other events take place in Japan in March celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day. The Embassy is involved in promoting and supporting these. If you are Irish or a friend of Ireland, please join this great occasion to celebrate Ireland and all things Irish.