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Journalist from Yomiuri visits Museum

Sport Journalist Takashi Minami (on the right|) from Japanese newspaper Yomiuri, at the Museum today (Friday 7 June 2019).
Yas Niato and Takashi Minami from Japan visit the Bishops Museum
Yas Niato and Takashi Minami from Japan visit the Bishops Museum
Bishops was honoured to have Yomiuri's International Sports Writer Takashi Minami visit the Museum today, accompanied by sport enthusiast Yas Niato.  Takashi represents Yomiuri which sees its morning daily number 8.5 million and its evening paper, 2.5 million copies.

Yomiuri (読売新聞) is a Japanese newspaper published in Tokyo, Osaka, Fukuoka, and other major Japanese cities. It is part of the Yomiuri Group, Japan's largest media conglomerate. It is one of the five national newspapers in Japan; the other four being Asahi, the Mainichi Shimbun, Nihon Keizai Shimbun, and the Sankei Shimbun.  Takashi is writing about the history of rugby and therefore the visit to Bishops with its special place in South African rugby, was important to him ahead of tomorrow's derby with Rondebosch.  To access the newspaper site go  

For the sport fixtures at Bishops over the weekend go to



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