Thursday, 30 August 2012

Japan Dolphins Day 2012 at the Embassy of Japan in Dublin (Friday 31/8, 2pm)

If you've nothing better to do tomorrow (=Friday, 31st August 2012), there's a peaceful protest at 2pm, in front of the Embassy of Japan, Nutley Building, Merrion Centre, Nutley Lane, Dublin 4, about the 1st September start of the annual Taiji dolphin cull as seen in the Academy-award winning documentary The Cove.

You can take the DART to Sydney Parade, turn left just outside the station, turn left from the 'fork' crossroads, walk to the end of the road, at which point you will see a high red brick building just across the road - the embassy is in a similar red brick building, just left from the one in front of you.

To make it really easy, here's the short walk route on Routebuilder.org =)

(You can also take a bus - check Dublinbus.ie for routes and timetables, they have a very good route planner on their website.. Or, if you're driving, there's apparently a Tesco parking lot adjacent to the same building, and St. Vincent's Hospital parking lot/s a bit further away..)

I have made two printable posters, in case anyone wants them:

Good Japan & Bad Japan
(These PDF links will only work until tomorrow)

These two posters are sort of meant to be used together, side by side, and if you want, you can add your own text, or maybe even draw a sad face on the bleeding flag, and a happy face on the normal flag!

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