Aid For Japan recognised by Prime Minister

Aid For Japan founder Akemi Solloway Tanaka has been recognised for her work with the charity by the Prime Minister as part of the Points Of Light campaign. Points of Light are outstanding individual volunteers – people who are making … Read More

Aid For Japan at Doki Doki Festival

Earlier this month, Manchester hosted the third Doki Doki Festival – an annual event celebrating both traditional and modern Japanese culture. “doki doki” is a Japanese phrase that refers to the sound of the heart beating, usually used in the … Read More

Doki Doki Festival to support Aid For Japan

Doki Doki – The Manchester Japanese Festival is an annual event held in Manchester celebrating both traditional and modern Japanese culture. The organisers of the event have selected Aid For Japan as their charity of choice for this year’s festival. … Read More

Aid For Japan in The Telegraph today

In their coverage of the 5th Anniversary of the 2011 Earthquake/Tsunami, The Telegraph spoke to Aid For Japan founder Akemi Solloway on the challenges facing Maria – one of the many orphans that Aid For Japan supports. “Like so many … Read More

Aid For Japan in The Guardian today

As part of their coverage of the 5th Anniversary of the 2011 Earthquake/Tsunami, The Guardian newspaper has an in-depth feature by Justin McCurry looking at the plight of orphans in post-tsunami Japan. Among the people the newspaper spoke to was … Read More

Aid For Japan at Collectionaires

In the run up to Christmas, Aid For Japan was kindly invited to partake in a day of Japanese culture at a special pop-up shop in London’s fashionable district of Chelsea by Collectionaires. Collectionaires offers an exclusive selection of luxury … Read More