Japanese Cultural Talk in Support of Aid For Japan

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Akemi Solloway will be conducting a lecture on Japanese Culture later this month at St John The Baptist in Kingston Vale, London.

The event takes place on Sunday 27th September and the talk will focus on the traditional Japanese religion of Shinto. There will also be a sushi and sake tasting event following the talk. The event will also be used to help raise awareness for Aid For Japan.

Date: Sunday 27th September 2015
Time: 6:30pm
Tickets: £10 per adult and £3 per child
Venue: St John the Baptist, Robin Hood Lane, Kingston Vale, London SW15 3PY

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Kimono & Culture Evening

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kimono_evening_poster-2015_version3Help us raise money for children orphaned by the March 2011 tsunami by enjoying an evening of Japanese kimono, food and music. The tickets are just £40 each and all proceeds go to Aid for Japan.

The Kimono & Culture Evening takes place on Friday, 30th October 2015 at Richmond Old Town Hall. The evening will feature a Kimono Fashion Show, combined with a Charity Presentation. This will include a thoughtful presentation on the work of our charity by two of our youngest volunteers who this summer experienced a different side of life.

Food & Drink will also be available with some delicious sushi and sake (provided by Yama Sushi)

Tickets for the Kimono & Culture Evening, which has been organised by Akemi Solloway (www.akemisolloway.com) and Elizabeth Hitchins (www.kimonostylist.co.uk), cost £40 with all proceeds going to Aid For Japan.

More details on the Kimono & Culture Evening are available here.

Support Chris Pickering’s Marathon Run

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Chris_marathonAid For Japan is helped by volunteers who help raise funds both at home and abroad. Chris Pickering is taking part in a marathon in Japan to show his support.

Chris lives and works in Niseko, Japan and explains why he’s fundraising for Aid For Japan: “Through my company, HTM, we support local charities including two orphanages and a group called “Fukushima Kids”, children who were displaced or orphaned as a result of the Tsunami in 2011″.

“Aid For Japan is a great little charity from the UK who work to support the children who were orphaned as a result of the Tsunami and I wanted to give all my friends and colleagues from all over the world the chance to help too!”

On 23rd August Chris will run the marathon leg of the Ironman Triathlon Japan in Toya, Japan. 7 days later he will run the Hokkaido Marathon in Sapporo. Please help show your support for Chris – and help raise funds for Aid For Japan!

You can donate directly via his JustGiving page here: https://www.justgiving.com/Chris-Pickering23/

Summer Residential Course 2015

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summer_course_typicalEvery year, Aid For Japan organises a special Summer Residential Course in Japan. The course offers a chance for English volunteers to directly support the orphans that the charity was set up to help with a series of activities and events.

This year’s Aid For Japan residential study course for Tsunami orphans and our foreign volunteers will be held at Yakushi-ji temple in Nara prefecture, Japan. More Inside  »

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