Aid For Japan at Doki Doki 2018

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Aid For Japan founder Akemi Solloway will be a guest at the forthcoming Doki Doki Manchester Japanese Festival on the 10th November. The organisers of the event have also selected Aid For Japan as their charity of choice for this … Read More

Maria to visit the UK this summer

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Part of Aid For Japan’s mission is to reach out to some of the orphans from the tragic events of 2011. While the charity aims to connect with these children through the annual summer residential courses, it’s also beneficial for … Read More

A February Tea Ceremony

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As part of Aid For Japan’s fundraising initiatives, Akemi Solloway stages Japanese cultural events throughout the year. The Japanese Tea Ceremony is always a popular event, with Akemi explaining the history of the tradition, which dates back to the 15th … Read More

Tokyo Diner Charity Diner

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Enjoy tasty Japanese food – and help support Aid For Japan! Next month, Tokyo Diner will be hosting a Charity Dinner to support the orphans of the Japanese Tsunami of 2011. This dinner will feature a 30 minute introduction to … Read More

Japanese Tea Ceremony for Aid For Japan

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Japanese cultural lecturer, Akemi Solloway Tanaka, will explain the history and philosophy of the Japanese Tea ceremony dating from 15th century. She will teach you how to eat Japanese sweets and drink powdered tea (Macha). All the proceeds will be … Read More

Orphan’s Christmas Presents

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Every year, Aid For Japan arranges for Christmas presents to be sent out to Japan for the orphans of the Tsunami. These gifts would not be possible without the kind support of the people who donate to the charity. Thank … Read More

A November Tea Ceremony

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As part of Aid For Japan’s fundraising initiatives, Akemi Solloway stages Japanese cultural events throughout the year. The Japanese Tea Ceremony is always a popular event, with Akemi explaining the history of the tradition, which dates back to the 15th … Read More

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