“When we are going home is unknown.”
There are about 8000 evacuees
staying in Aizu area.
Their loved one, family, relatives, and neighbors have
separated but think of each others.
Keep in patient under condition of
unknown destination and duration.
It must be taking lots of efforts for
Kids, young adult are also doing the same.
“Wish to welcome you but…”
Officially announced the radio
activity rate is quite small and it is safe staying in Aizu. But because of
rumors, life and business are severely affected or damaged.
Since 3.11, about
600,000 cancellations have counted in Whole Tohoku area and those refract their
economy in critical circumstance.
“For now, give a hope for kids.”
Despite of all these
difficulties, there are people who move on for the future.
Even kids behave
well, consider others, and act bravely ever before.
We wish the firework
festival makes everyone get gathered and confirm the hope is promised.
project came up from our thoughts.
Hope the hope remaining in kids'
We appreciate your thoughtful contribution to provide a
Hanabi Festival for kids in Fukushima.
Your participation will make kids a
The fund only used for purchasing fireworks.
received the fund, we send you a receipt.
And once we have all set, you will
find the expenditure details in our website.
Please kindly let us know your
participation by filling out form below.
We appreciate your
Hanabi Festival for kids in Fukushima
Hanabi(fireworks) Festival for
kids takes place at Inawashiro in Fukushima to sustain the vitality of the
||Aizu Inawashiro Hanabi Festival
||13 August 2011 (saturday) 19:30～20:30 |
Present kids Hanabi of hopes！
declaration of safety
Inawashiro Tourist Association
|Inawashiro Tourist Association official website
|Japan Tourism Agency
||YELLJAPAN (General Incorporated Association)|
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