Mari Miyoshi

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Takeda chief executive Christophe Weber with Mary Buckley, IDA Ireland executive dIrector (centre),  and Minister for Employment Affairs Regina Doherty at the official opening of Takeda Ireland’s new cancer drug manufacturing facility at Grange Castle in Dublin.  Photograph: Jason Clarke.

Japanese pharma group Takeda opened a new state-of-the-art cancer drug manufacturing plant in Dublin on Friday. The €40 million plant will be used to(...)

 Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan: said  the visit  by the Japanese foreign minister and the programme of events  would “celebrate our strong friendship based on shared values”. Photograph: Eric Luke

Japan sees Ireland as an important ally as it seeks to safeguard the interests of its companies in the UK and the European Union following Brexit, th(...)

 Mari Miyoshi, Jaapanese Ambassador to Ireland, Rev Patrick Comerford, president Irish CND Mary Freehill repressenting the Lord Mayor of Dublin and David Hutchinson Edgar, chair CND Ireland.Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

More than seven decades since the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima people are still attempting to cope with its legacy and health consequences, th(...)