Saturday March 17, 2018

Japan – 25th Emerald Ball Tokyo 2018

Date : Saturday March 17, 2018

Venue : Hotel Gajoen Tokyo

Location : 1-chome-8-1 Shimomeguro, Meguro Tokyo 153—0064

Time : 6:30PM - 12:00AM


Charity Gala Ball & Dinner

Please join us on Saturday, 17th March 2018 at the spectacular Hotel Gajoen Tokyo for a special evening of fun and entertainment to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Japan.

DRESS CODE: Green Tie, Formal Dress

One of Ireland’s most beloved singer-songwriters, Mundy, will come all the way from Ireland to perform at the Emerald Ball Tokyo!

In addition we have the Ardagh Irish Dancers, a harpist and much more…


Watch Mundy perform his song To You I Bestow from the movie Romeo + Juliet movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio.

Sponsorship and Tickets

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Full Price ¥28,000

Early Bird Prices (before 31.01.18)

  • Table of 10: ¥250,000 (¥25,000 per person)
  • Individual: ¥26,000

Can’t attend? You can also make a donation to this charity event.


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Emerald Ball Committee

Patricia Delahunt-Loing (Chairperson)
Paddy Hogan
Susan Lawlor
Richard Grehan
Lauren Kerr
Guy Strong
Nicola Waddington
Chris Green

The committee are very grateful for the work and support of numerous other volunteers.

About the Emerald Ball

This will be the 25th Emerald Ball in Tokyo and we are very proud to be able to sustain this high profile and uniquely Irish event. The ball is one of the highlights of the calendar for the Irish community and their friends in Tokyo. It is a celebration of the friendship and cultural ties between Ireland and Japan. The Emerald Ball is one part of a larger weekend of festivities in the Tokyo area, including parades and the I Love Ireland Festival in Yoyogi park.

Just as importantly, the Emerald Ball provides a means for the community to give back to the various charities we have supported over the years. Finally, while the Emerald Ball is a chance to celebrate St Patrick’s Day (our national holiday) and all that it means to be Irish, you by no means have to be Irish to attend. As long as you enjoy having a good time among friends, you are most welcome!.