New Zealand Embassy, Tokyo
20-40 Kamiyama-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0047, TEL (03) 3467-2271
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Kea John Kirwan Event
On Wednesday 8 December, Kea Japan will host an evening with legendary All Black and current Japan National Rugby Team coach John Kirwan at the New Zealand Embassy in Tokyo.
With the 2011 Rugby World Cup to be held in New Zealand next year, we thought this would be the opportune time to get some personal commentary from one of New Zealand’s greatest rugby players. Local based musician Kat McDowell who was born in Japan but spent the majority of her childhood in New Zealand will also play at the event. Kat is a brilliant talent and will provide some great entertainment on the night.
With Japan having been selected as host for the Rugby World Cup in 2019, we are expecting a number of Japanese friends to be in attendance. adidas have very kindly agreed to support the event and a number of adidas goods and prizes including a signed All Blacks jersey will be given away on the night. Air New Zealand has also very generously donated to Kea Japan a return airfare to New Zealand which one lucky individual will take home on the night.
Date: Wednesday, 8 December
Time: 19:00 to 21:30 (doors open at 19:00)
Venue: New Zealand Embassy, Tokyo
Cost: 8,000 yen
Ticketing: To reserve a ticket please use the Kea Japan doorkeeper system
:: Tickets are limited to 120 ::
:: Tickets must be booked and paid for no later than November 29, Monday ::
The KEA John Kirwan Event is supported by adidas Japan. adidas has supported the All Blacks and rugby in Japan since the 1990’s and is also proud to support this event.
Kea Japan would also like to thank the following companies for their sponsorship and support to this event:
[NEWZEE, Trinity Hill Wines (Hawkes Bay), Fonterra Japan, Zespri Japan, Hiyashibara and Enzen]
The Kea John Kirwan event is supported by: The New Zealand Embassy (Tokyo), Tourism New Zealand, Kiwi Contacts and the Australia New Zealand Chamber of Commerce (ANZCCJ).
Kea Japan was launched on 31 October 2009 in Tokyo when Prime Minister John Key addressed a group of over 150 Kiwis in the giant rugby ball venue prior to an All Blacks test match. Kea Japan conti...Join community