at the “Residence de France” in Tokyo (Residence of the French Ambassador)

French music piano recital

Under the High Patronage of the French Ambassador, His Excellency Mr. Philippe FAURE, and with the support of the Association des Français du Japon (AFJ), French music  piano recital for the Rights of French-Japanese Children who are in the center of a parental conflict, given in aid of French left-behind parents in difficulty.

by Richard Delrieu, piano

2010, March 17, Wednesday, from 6:30 p.m.

Place : Résidence de France, 4-11-44 Minami Azabu, Minato-Ku, Tokyo (Entry by Aokizaka street)

Works by Debussy and by my father Lucien Delrieu.

(The detailed program is at the Concert Programme page on this web site)

Charge : 5000 ¥, including Concert and Buffet

Reservation is necessary to reach the Residence :

or (in Japanese)

Access Map :

Welcome : 6:00 p.m.~6:30 p.m.

Recital : 6:30p.m.~

Président de SOS Parents Japan


August 28, 2009

It is not just Americans, Canadians, and British citizens who are affected by the parental abduction issue in Japan, but also Japanese as well as citizens of many other countries. Below is a link to a group focused on cases involving French citizens. They also have posted a complete copy of The Seoul Times article about the Shane Clarke case which might be a little easier to access than The Seoul Times link posted earlier on this blog, available at the following links: