Our thoughts continue to remain with those victims of the March 11, 2011 Tohuko Japan Earthquake for whom we strive to and wish for a speedy reconstruction of the region.
We here in Tokyo were not directly affected by the catastrophe though some of our co-workers families and friends are. The will and desire to help, in any way we could, was very strong in the beginning and we individually worked for different aid organizations. However since our knowledge and experience is as an active communications service provider, we thought we could somehow productively utilize this know-how to continue to help this cause.
That was when the "IWATE REVIVE SUPPORT ASSOCIATION" was created, where we are now able to effectively continue to support the various different action initiatives in the Iwate Prefecture region.
IWATE REVIVE SUPPORT ASSOCIATION
The New Year's celebrations plan
The New Year's celebrations OSHOGATSU (お正月) is one of the most important traditional holidays of the year in Japan. Many people from the affected regions of the March 11, 2011 Earthquake and Tsunami will not be able to celebrate New Year's in the same way this year, as they have in the past; because they have lost their family, parents or friends, their home and/or their work.
It is only nine months since the disaster and the people are still in need of much support and attention - even the smallest gesture counts! We have been asked by many friends as to how one can help the people in the North of Japan. The simple action of sending "Seasons greetings for Kirikiri, Japan", will positively bring some joy to a lot of people - and especially to the children!
2) the attached PDF (which means " in the heart with you. Print this PDF, sign it and attach a photo if you like. ＞photo sample
3) send to
IWATE REVIVE SUPPORT ASSOCIATION c/o Mr. Ken Mezawa
028-0515 Iwate Prefecture, Tono-Shi, Higashidate-Cho 5-11, JAPAN
● Organization name
● IWATE REVIVAL SUPPORT ASSOCIATION
● IWATE PREFECTURE OFFICE
● 〒028-0515 Iwate Prefecture, Tono-Shi,
● KANTO OFFICE
● 〒160-0022 Tokyo-To, Shinjuku-Ku, Shinjuku 4-4-7