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LOVE TO NIPPON 2014 - 3.11 Memorial Event: Lessons Learned from the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami

  • Saturday, March 08, 2014
  • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • LAPD Headquarters (Los Angeles, CA)

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LOVE TO NIPPON 2014
- 3.11 Memorial Event -
Marking the Third Year Anniversary Memorial of Japan’s Worst Natural Disaster & Lessons from Fukushima for Southern California to Share with Children and Families in our Community 

Co-presented by Fukushima Kenjinkai, Nichi Bei Fujin Kai, Love to Nippon Project and Japan America Society

Saturday, March 8, 2014

1:00–3:00pm Outdoor Activities
  • 1:30-2:30pm Shinto Ceremony, Interfaith Service, Prayers, Flower & Incense Offerings
  • Booths introducing FUKUSHIMA, IWATE, MIYAGI Prefectures
  • Disaster Preparedness Informational Booth including Red Cross
3:00–5:00 pm Indoor Memorial Program

LAPD Headquarters - Ronald F. Deaton Civic Auditorium
100 West First Street, Los Angeles, CA 

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Online Registration will close at 5pm on March 7. 
If you would like to RSVP after March 7, please contact Masako Unoura Tanaka at Unoura@ttta.com or call 310-484-1800 ext 110. 

Offering of flowers and incense
We encourage you to bring your own flowers (please, no incense).

Presented by Japan America Society of Southern California (JASSC), Nichi Bei Fujin Kai (NBFK), Fukushima Kenjinkai and Love to Nippon Project, this memorial event is a community-wide tribute to loved ones lost and for those still suffering from the March 11, 2011 catastrophe.

Seating is limited. 
Early reservations are recommended.

Cooperating Organizations (As of February 2014)

AAJUW (American Association of Japanese University Women), Duke Nomura, City of Commerce Flowers, Fukuhara Inc. Photography, Consulate General of Japan in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Police Department, L.A. Daiku Association, Inc., Los Angeles Buddhist Temple Federation (LABTF), Nikkei Interfaith Fellowship, Japanese Chamber of Commerce of Southern California, Japanese Prefectural Association of Southern California (Nanka Kenjinkai Kyogikai), Los Angeles Holiness Church, LA Tokyo Kai, Nikkei Choral Federation of Southern California, Pasadena Seminar, Aurora Foundation, Union Church of Los Angeles, Holiness Youth Choir, Andean Dream Quinoa Products, Global Organization of Leadership & Diversity(GOLD), H2N, Nanka Iwate Kenjinkai, Nanka Miyagi Kenjinkai, Magicbell Communications, Inc, Marina del Rey Library, ICU Alumni Club of Southern California, Rikkyo University Alumni Association, Ofunato Support Network Center, Walk the Farm, Orange Coast Optimist Club, Nanka Yamaguchi Kenjinkai, Tanabata Festival, Grateful Crane, Japanese American National Museum, Shadows for Peace, Nisei Week Foundation, Nikkei Games, Games for the Generations, Japanese Women’s Society of Southern California, Little Tokyo service Center, A Plus Survival Supply, Walk the Farm, Orange Coast Optimist Club, Nanka Yamaguchi Kenjinkai, Tanabata Festival, Tanaka Farms, American Red Cross in Los Angeles, LANSCA, Grateful Crane, Japan Business Association of Southern California (JBA)

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