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ESSENTIALS Counter culture Ginza Onodera’s personal service and examples of its Japanese fare SCALING NEW HEIGHTS ALPINE’S RETURN TO PRODUCTION STEPS UP A GEAR A Sense of Tradition AMID THE CLUBS AND TOWNHOUSES OF ST JAMES’S, A JAPANESE CHEF BRINGS A TRUE TASTE OF HIS HOMELAND TO LONDON Eschewing modern trends for fusion cuisine, head chef Ryosuke Kishi’s menu at Ginza Onodera, the latest offshoot from the Tokyo flagship, reflects techniques and recipes finely honed in Japan over centuries. The marble counters, slate walls and grand staircase reflect the slick surrounds of its Bury Street location, but otherwise diners are transported to the Far East thanks to dishes like slow-cooked duck confit served with red cabbage marinated in orange vinegar or kobe beef robata yaki served with red miso truffle sauce. Alongside the 128-seat main dining area, a trio of smaller rooms offer an opportunity to experience one of the three techniques of Japanese cuisine on offer – sushi, teppenyaki and robata grill – up close, watching the chefs work at private counters. London City Airport: 10miles/16km VINTNER BODEGA NUMANTHIA AND FASHION HOUSE LOEWE HAVE COLLABORATED TO CREATE A UNIQUE 225L BARREL OF TERMANTHIA WINE, CRAFTED FROM FRENCH OAK WOOD AND COVERED IN LOEWE LEATHER ... The relaunch of the Alpine A110 Première Edition (below) was already one of the most anticipated releases of the year, yet the Renault-owned marque upped interest levels even higher when it revealed three new versions at the Geneva Motor Show in March – two for the road and one for the race track. The Pure and Lègende models will complement the new iteration of the classic two-seater sports car – the former will be a lighter version, the latter a more luxe vehicle with full leather upholstery and six-way adjustable Sabelt seats. The GT4 variant will recall the French manufacturer’s glory days as king of the road race. ... REVERED MARQUE CONNOLLY HAS PRODUCED THESE STYLISH LEATHER BOOKENDS DESIGNED BY COULI JOBERT OF HERMÈS FOR THE GARNERED. © GINZA ONODERA (2), © ALPINE, © CONNOLLY, © LOEWE 18 NETJETS

AT THE RACES Ones to Watch A QUARTET OF EVENTS THAT STAND OUT IN A SUPERB SEASON OF SPORT IN EUROPE SEB DALY/GETTY IMAGES, CLAIRE MATCHES, ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT/AFP/GETTY IMAGES, © EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS IRISH DERBY FESTIVAL IN A SUMMER FULL OF RACING SPECTACLES, THE PINNACLE OF THE IRISH SEASON MORE THAN HOLDS ITS OWN IN TERMS OF QUALITY OF RACING AND LIVELY PARTY SCENE. THE HIGHLIGHT OF THE THREE-DAY MEETING (29 JUNE - 1 JULY) AT THE CURRAGH COURSE IS SATURDAY’S DERBY, WHICH HAS BEEN RATED AS THE TOP RACE RESTRICTED TO THREE-YEAR-OLDS IN THE WORLD, WITH A HIGH-QUALITY FIELD THIS YEAR LIKELY TO OFFER A THRILLING CONTEST. JUST 40 MINUTES FROM THE BARS, RESTAURANTS AND OTHER DELIGHTS OF DUBLIN, THE CURRAGH IS ALSO CONVENIENTLY CLOSE TO THE K CLUB, WHICH OFFERS SUMPTUOUS ACCOMMODATION, FINE DINING AND TWO WORLD-CLASS GOLF COURSES. Dublin Airport: 37miles/60km Faster, Higher, Stronger 2 - 12 August European Championships Two countries, seven sports: existing events in athletics, aquatics, cycling, gymnastics, rowing and triathlon, are joined by a new golf team competition, all brought together under one banner. Berlin hosts the track and field, while Glasgow and its environs cater for the rest. Berlin Tegel Airport/Glasgow Airport 21 - 24 June French Grand Prix Monaco may be the showpiece event on Formula 1’s European leg, but the return to France after ten years – and Circuit Paul Ricard for the first time since 1990 – is more than welcome. Not only a great racing venue, but the track lies just a short journey from the similarly rejuvenated charms of Marseille. Le Castellet Airport: 1mile/2km THE SUPERYACHT CUP: PALMA A SIZZLING MIXTURE OF ULTRA-COMPETITIVE RACING AND SERIOUS SOCIALISING The longest running superyacht regatta in Europe (19-23 June) boasts an even stronger lineup than ever with the return of the illustrious J-Class category to proceedings, introducing the likes of Velsheda, Ranger, Topaz and the latest addition to the fleet, Svea. There are few finer places to watch these exceptional crafts battle it out on the water than the Real Club Náutico de Palma, but the nearby charms of the Mallorcan capital with its vibrant gourmet and nightlight scene may prove equally tempting, as might the stunning views (and Arabella spa) at the St Regis Mardavall Mallorca Resort, perched on the cliffs just a short drive up the coast. Palma de Mallorca Airport: 10miles/16km By Lanie Goodman and John McNamara 19 NETJETS

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