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ichigo ichie reopening

ichigo ichie reopening

We are delighted to announce ichigo ichie will be reopening on 7th July. As promised you are the first to be informed that the new season (July, August, September) will be open for reservations on Monday, 8th June at 10am.  Please understand that we will have to adhere to HSE guidelines in complying with social distancing measures, so availability will be limited. Please note that for the foreseeable future we will not have a 7.30pm sitting, only 6pm or 9pm.

The reason why we chose to reopen on 7th July is because it is a time to reunite in Japanese culture. This day celebrates Tanabata Night or Star Festival.

"Tanabata is a special day in Japan. People commemorate the romantic story of two lovers Orihime and Hikoboshi (the stars Vega and Altair) who are only allowed to meet each other once a year. The story goes, Orihime worked so hard weaving beautiful clothes that she became sad and despaired of her ever finding love. Her father, who was God of the heavens, loved her dearly and arranged for her to meet Hikoboshi, the cow herder that lived on the other side of the Milky Way. The two fell in love and married instantly. Their love and devotion was so strong that Orihime stopped waving and Hikoboshi allowed his cows to wander the heavens. Orihime's father became so mad that he forbade the lovers from seeing each other. After much pleading with her father, Orihime and Hikoboshi were allowed to meet just once a year on the 7th day of the 7th month.

The first day that they were reunited, they found the river (the Milky Way) to be too difficult to cross. Orihime became so despondent that a flock of magpies came and made a bridge for her. It is said that if it rains on Tanabata, the magpies will not come and the two lovers must wait another year to be reunited, so the Japanese always wish for good weather on Tanabata". 

We hope for clear skies on Tanabata so the lovers can always be reunited. We appreciate your support and look forward to welcoming you to ichigo ichie.


Takashi Miyazaki

We at ichigo ichie are delighted to announce that our new season is available to book online. This is our sixth season and the available dates to make a reservation are from May 1st up to and including July 31st. The 12-course seasonal menu is €120 for Nagomi and Sekitei and €135 for Miyabi.
 
I will continue to use high-quality ingredients. I will also use high-quality world-wide produce to enhance the local produce that I endeavour to use. Both myself and the team look forward to welcoming you to ichigo ichie. 
 
Thank you and best wishes,
Takashi Miyazaki

We are delighted to announce ichigo ichie will be reopening on 7th July. As promised you are the first to be informed that the new season (July, August, September) will be open for reservations on Monday, 8th June at 10am.  Please understand that we will have to adhere to HSE guidelines in complying with social distancing measures, so availability will be limited. Please note that for the foreseeable future we will not have a 7.30pm sitting, only 6pm or 9pm.

The reason why we chose to reopen on 7th July is because it is a time to reunite in Japanese culture. This day celebrates Tanabata Night or Star Festival.

"Tanabata is a special day in Japan. People commemorate the romantic story of two lovers Orihime and Hikoboshi (the stars Vega and Altair) who are only allowed to meet each other once a year. The story goes, Orihime worked so hard weaving beautiful clothes that she became sad and despaired of her ever finding love. Her father, who was God of the heavens, loved her dearly and arranged for her to meet Hikoboshi, the cow herder that lived on the other side of the Milky Way. The two fell in love and married instantly. Their love and devotion was so strong that Orihime stopped waving and Hikoboshi allowed his cows to wander the heavens. Orihime's father became so mad that he forbade the lovers from seeing each other. After much pleading with her father, Orihime and Hikoboshi were allowed to meet just once a year on the 7th day of the 7th month.

The first day that they were reunited, they found the river (the Milky Way) to be too difficult to cross. Orihime became so despondent that a flock of magpies came and made a bridge for her. It is said that if it rains on Tanabata, the magpies will not come and the two lovers must wait another year to be reunited, so the Japanese always wish for good weather on Tanabata". 

We hope for clear skies on Tanabata so the lovers can always be reunited. We appreciate your support and look forward to welcoming you to ichigo ichie.


Takashi Miyazaki

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ichigo ichie 
Sister of Miyazaki, Cork City

No. 5 Fenns Quay,
SHEARES ST, CENTRE,
CORK • T12 RY7Y
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ichigo ichie 
Sister of Miyazaki, Cork City

NO.5 Fenns Quay,
SHEARES ST, CENTRE,
CORK • T12 RY7Y
DIRECTIONS

ichigo ichie 
Sister of Miyazaki, Cork City

NO.5 Fenns Quay,
SHEARES ST, CENTRE,
CORK • T12 RY7Y
DIRECTIONS

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