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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/

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You can also support our project by donating on Just Giving.
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All the donations will go to Save the Children Japan Earchquake and Tsunami Relief.

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ANIMATSUDA has visited Hampstead Community Centre on 9th April 2011 for charity food sales. They had tasty sushi, Japanese bento boxes, cakes and Calligraphy corner!

This time ANIMATSUDA has filming buddies with us, Pray4Japan. This Pray4Japan Photo Documentary Project 2011 is organised by Berlin based photographer Yuhei Kaneda and Yuki Jenni Fujita. They photograph people in their original Pray4Japan T-shirts and collect massages to Japan from them. The exhibition in Berlin was held on 6th May 2011 to display these portraits and messages to raise money for Japan.
We had a great companies to join this charity event at Hampstead Community Centre.

At the beginning, ANIMATSUDA has struggle to find a space in the market, but found a nice spot in the end! Only regretful thing is to have forgotten the markings on the floor to show participants where to stand. Hmm, that was a silly mistake!

But we had another great filming day! When we left the event at 14:30, they already have raised more than £6000 for charity!
Great support!

Thank you so much for participating in Pixilate to Heal project and thank you so much Pray4Japan for letting me use your fantastic T-shirts!
The photos are available to view on Picasa Web Albums “Hampstead Community Centre 9th April 2011”.