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Speaking of Ireland

by Yoshimitsu
(Tokyo, Japan)

When I hear about Northern Ireland, the thing that comes to mind is THE IRISH PUB.

These days, I see many stylish Irish pubs, kind of like a HUB in the town. Watching a sports game, everyone drinks and has fun at that kind of pub. The drinks are not so high, so not only elderly people but also young people go there.

Foreign people, I guess they are British people, are also there. So to say, it has become a place of cross-cultural communication. And you may be able to make friends there.

One thing you should keep in mind is that the pub has so many customers when there is special sporting event. You have to make reservations in advance when it's the season of the World Cup.

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