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2011年5月7日、Tulip Londonと日本人ママさん達により、イーリングのSt.Barnabas Churchにてチャリティーイベントが催されました。このイベントは昼の部と夜の部に分けられ、昼の部では寿司、焼きそば、たこ焼き、などの日本食販売、巻き寿司実演、­餅つき体験が行なわれました。夜の部では、Appareiによるパフォーマンス、”Astro Boy” (2009)の上映会が行なわれました。
このイベントで、£7500 もの募金が集められ、英国赤十字Japan Tsunami Appealに、被災者の方々の支援、そして被災地復興のために送られました。

このアニメーションに参加してくれた方々は、チャリティーイベントに参加してくれた応援団たちです。
イギリスより、被災地の方々に、みんなの元気が届きますように。

ANIMATSUDAの応援アニメーションはまだまだ続きます。
活動内容はここにアップしています。
http://www.ANIMATSUDA.com

Tulip London and Japanese mothers has teamed up to hold a charity event at St.Barnabas Church in Ealing on 7th May 2011. This event was split into daytime event and evening cinema screening. In the daytime event, there were Japanese food sales, sushi and rice cake making workshops. In the evening event, there were gig by Apparei and cinema screening of “Astro Boy” (2008).
This event has raised £7500. All donations have been sent to the British Red Cross Japan Tsunami Appeal.

The animation shows some of the attendees as cheerleaders for all those affected.
We hope our smile will reach Japan!

ANIMATSUDA’s blog is available on
http://www.ANIMATSUDA.com

You can also support our project by donating on Just Giving.
http://www.justgiving.com/animatsuda
All the donations will go to Save the Children Japan Earchquake and Tsunami Relief.

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2011年4月30日、ロンドンにある和太鼓スクール、魂太鼓により、アクトンのSt. Mary’s Churchにて、チャリティーイベントが催されました。
西ロンドン在住日本人ママさん達の協力も加わり、手作り日本食販売、折り紙、書道、和太鼓、生け花ワークショップが昼の部として行なわれました。夜の部では、教会の中で日­本舞踊、和太鼓、三味線、琴の演奏も行なわれました。
このイベントで、£4429.97 もの募金が集められ、ウェブでの募金と合わせて、赤い羽根共同募金に、被災者の方々の支援、そして被災地復興のために送られます。

このアニメーションに参加してくれた方々は、チャリティーイベントに参加してくれた応援団たちです。
イギリスより、被災地の方々に、みんなの元気が届きますように。

ANIMATSUDAの応援アニメーションはまだまだ続きます。
活動内容はここにアップしています。
http://www.ANIMATSUDA.com

Tamashii taiko, Japanese taiko drum school, held a charity event to raise money on 30th April 2011 for Japan’s recovery from the earthquake and tsunami disaster.
This charity event was split into daytime event and evening performance. West London Japanese Mothers cooperated and sold Japanese food, and organised origami, taiko drum, calligraphy workshops. The evening performance included Japanese taiko drumming, Shamisen, Shakuhachi, Koto and Nihon Buyo Dancing.
This event raised £4429.97. All donations will be sent to the Central Community Chest of Japan.

The animation shows some of the attendees as cheerleaders for all those affected.
We hope our smile will reach Japan!

ANIMATSUDA’s blog is available on
http://www.ANIMATSUDA.com

You can also support our project by donating on Just Giving.
http://www.justgiving.com/animatsuda
All the donations will go to Save the Children Japan Earchquake and Tsunami Relief.

2011年4月10日、在英西ロンドン日本人ママさんたちにより、前田学園アクトン幼稚園で、チャリティーセールが主催されました。
寿司、手作りパン、ケーキ、から揚げ、そして、手作りのビーズアクセサリーなどもこのバザーに出展されました。
このイベントで、£5200(75万円相当)もの募金が集められ、日本赤十字に被災者の方々の支援、そして被災地復興のために送られました。

このアニメーションに参加してくれた方々は、チャリティーイベントに参加してくれた応援団たちです。
イギリスより、被災地の方々に、みんなの元気が届きますように。

このイベントでは、Pray for Japan Photo Documentary Projectと共に、活動できたことを感謝いたします。http://prayforjapan.jugem.jp/

ANIMATSUDAの応援アニメーションはまだまだ続きます。
活動内容はここにアップしています。
http://www.ANIMATSUDA.com

West London Japanese Mothers held a charity sale in Maeda Gakuen Acton Yochien to raise money on 10th April 2011 for Japan’s recovery from the earthquake and tsunami disaster.
This charity bazaar sold Japanese food including sushi, fried chicken, home-made bread, cakes. They also had stalls for hand-made crafts such as beads accessories.
This event raised £5200. All donations have been sent to the Japanese Red Cross.

The animation shows some of the attendees as cheerleaders for all those affected.
We hope our smile will reach Japan!

We appreciate the opportunity to have worked with Pray for Japan Photo Documentary Project. http://prayforjapan.jugem.jp/

ANIMATSUDA’s blog is available on
http://www.ANIMATSUDA.com

You can also support our project by donating on Just Giving.
http://www.justgiving.com/animatsuda
All the donations will go to Save the Children Japan Earchquake and Tsunami Relief.

ANIMATSUDA’s fourth ouendan animation is available to watch on YouTube!!

Hampstead Japanese Mothers held a charity sale in Hampstead Community Centre to raise money on 9th April 2011 for Japan’s recovery from the earthquake and tsunami disaster.
This food fair sold Japanese food including sushi, yakisoba, bento box, and also cakes and muffins. They also had workshops on origami and Japanese calligraphy.
This event raised £3045.72. All donations have been sent to the Japanese Red Cross.

The animation shows some of the attendees as cheerleaders for all those affected.
We hope our smile will reach Japan!

We appreciate the opportunity to have worked with Pray for Japan Photo Documentary Project. http://prayforjapan.jugem.jp/

ANIMATSUDA’s blog is available on
http://www.ANIMATSUDA.com

You can also support our project by donating on Just Giving.
http://www.justgiving.com/animatsuda
All the donations will go to Save the Children Japan Earchquake and Tsunami Relief.

ANIMATSUDA’s second ouendan animation is available to watch on YouTube!

ANIMATSUDA’s first ouendan animation is finally up on YouTube!!!!!
We hope our ouen will reach Japan!!!

Pixilate to Heal continues to film ouendan animation sequences at Tulip London Japan Tsunami Appeal, Ealing London on 7th May 2011.

They had great Japanese food sales, bazaar, raffle, yoyo fishing, candy floss and more in the afternoon event. They also had a charity screening of “Astro Boy” and fun fun gig by Mr. Domon and Mr. Saruyama’s enka unit called Appare! Their performance was great and we also stayed and enjoyed watching the film.

ANIMATSUDA again struggled to find the proper spaces for filming as we really would like to have a background where you can see the atmosphere of the charity event, but these spaces are usually very crowded and we would be in a way of everyone. We started filming in the corridor, but moved to the garden in the end. Luckily we found lots of fun fun kids happily participated in our ouendan animation there!

Tulip London Japan Tsunami Appeal has raised more than £5000 and still continues to raise money from more ruffles, cake and Japanese food sales!

Thank you very much all of you for your support and great ouendan performances!

The photos are available to view on Picasa Web Albums “Tulip London Japan Tsunami Appeal 7th May 2011“.

Pixilate to Heal’s 6th animation shooting destination was Kizuna Japan at St Mary’s church, Acton London on 30th April 2011.

The event was divided into 2 parts. Daytime event included Japanese martial arts demonstrations, origami and taiko drum workshop, face painting, calligraphy and Japanese food sales. Evening event was Japanese music and dance performances. We loved great taiko drum performances! Watch it on YouTube! Here!

ANIMATSUDA did the filming during the daytime event at outside the church. During our lunch time, the tripod seemed to have moved slightly and couldn’t get this back into the original position, so we had 2 different backgrounds outside the church on this day.

We had Japanese happi to wear for the participants and had another great filming day! Thank you very much all of you for your support!
Thank you very much Chikako Sasaki and Tony- san for helping us animate!!

The photos are available to view on Picasa Web Albums “Kizuna Japan 30th April 2011“.

They have raised £4600 for British Red Cross: Japan Tsunami Relief.

ANIMATSUDA and Pray4Japan has joined a charity event at Maeda Gakuen on 10th April 2011.  They had sushi, karaage, meatballs, bento boxes, edamame and more tasty Japanese foods!

We had a lovely weather! Lovely blue sky and huge playgrounds as a background! This time we remembered to put the marking on the ground too.
Thank you for friends, families, kids to participate in Pixilate to Heal animation!
We are amazed by your great performances!

The photos are available to view on Picasa Web Albums “Maeda Gakuen 10th April 2011“.

Thank you very much Yuhei Kaneda, Yuki Jenni Fujita and  Ging-san for being great creative companies. Thank you very much for Michael Lomon for helping us animate!

Our first ouendan animation shooting was at Montpelier Primary School, Ealing London on 24th March 2011.
The charity event they have organised had homemade cakes, sushi, Japanese bento boxes, raffles, origami and taiko workshops!
Although this event lasted only for 1.5 hours after school time, they have raised incredible £5045.33!!!
Great event and great support from local community and school!

Thank you so much for the people who participated to our ouendan animation! 🙂
The photos are available to view on Picasa Web Albums “Montpelier 24th March 2011”.
Thank you very much Fei Phoon for helping filming animation!