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THE GALWAY Film Society has moved to a new location to screen its new season of films. The Pálás Cinema will now host screenings of the society and Galway can look forward to a diverse range of films from Japan, Switzerland, Russia, France, Germany, and Australia.
EIGHT DAYS of the very best and latest films from Japan will be screened at both The Eye and Pálas cinemas, when the 10th annual Japanese Film Festival comes to Galway.
THE SHAMISEN is a traditional Japanese instrument about one metre long, with three strings, and played using a large pick called a bachi - and Galway is about to see a show from two of its finest players.
Wendy Wu Tours is Ireland's leading award winning China holiday specialist tour operator and a leading specialist tour operator to Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and Thailand, as well as Japan, India and Sri Lanka, South Africa, and South America.
Toyota Ireland has been announced as the official partner to Paralympics Ireland and to the 2020 and 2024 Irish Paralympic teams. The announcement builds on Toyota’s worldwide Olympic and Paralympic partnerships in the mobility category.
A quarter of a century ago, in the nineties, Ireland was far from being a multicultural society and ‘ethnic’ in restaurant terms almost always meant a Chinese. It is a completely different story today, we have a bewildering choice of world cuisines, including many far better Asian offerings than before. One cuisine that was slow to establish was Japanese, initially the arrival of Wagamama caused some excitement in Dublin back in 1998, and, although sushi bars are now popular both here and in the capital, the idea of dining out on almost exclusively cold food remains strange to many Irish people.
Mazda is planning to exhibit two concept models at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show.
TONGA'S road to the World Cup starts at Thomond Park where head coach Toutai Kefu will revive one of the fondest memories of his playing career.
RAW – sushi in the sky at the Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Galway, has reopened after a brief closure over the summer. Perched on the fourth floor of the hotel, overlooking Lough Atalia, RAW has become a favourite in the city, serving locally caught fish in a series of authentic sushi and sashimi dishes. Master craftsman and Japanese native Hisashi Kumagai has created a much-loved spot for fans of Japanese food in Galway.
IF YOU HAVE been watching Top Of The Pops from 1984, Thursday and Friday nights on BBC4, you will have have seen Nik Kershaw all over those episodes, scoring big hits with 'Wouldn't It Be Good?' and 'I Won't Let the Sun Go Down on Me'.