Links – Support JAPAN

Ashita: Artists for Japan

On March 29, 2011 Toronto Arts communities united for Japan relief event. With over 600 attendee, the event raised over 10,000 CAD for Japan!!

Visit Ashita: Artists for Japan

FUKUSHIMA ART KOINOBORI project

Led by Koichi Watanabe, an assistant professor at Fukushima University, this project aims to inspire children by creating Koinobori, a carp shaped wind-socks, traditional calendrical event for children. Over 1,000 carps have been created by various passionate individuals.

Visit FUKUSHIMA ART KOINOBORI project

Light from 311/ Kesennuma

Passionate young survivors of Kesennuma city got together and created a project to erect three pillars of light at one year anniversary of The Eastern Japan Great Earthquake.  The project aims to remember the incident and gather thoughts from all around the globe. The official image painting by Daisuke Takeya.

Visit Light from 311/ Kesennuma

Toronto to Japan: Hope Blossoms

On April 21, 2011, at The BELL Light Box, Canadian authors, musicians, dancers collaborated for Japan relief event.

Visit Toronto to Japan: Hope Blossoms

PKN Toronto + Inspire Japan

On April 16, 2011, at The Toronto Design Exchange, organizers of ASHITA: Artists for Japan made a special presentation.

Visit PKN Toronto + Inspire Japan

Art for Life

Artists, architects, designers share their relief activities on this open platform (Japanese language).

Visit Art for Lif


Special Message from Co-directors

DAICHI Projects extends our deepest condolences and sympathy towards the people of Japan who lost loved ones in recent earthquakes, tsunami, and nuclear radiation. Our passion, thoughts, and prayers are with you and we wish the earliest recovery in Japan!


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