A Letter from Tokujin Yoshioka:
As you may already know, Japan was hit by the largest earthquake ever recorded on Friday, March 11th. The huge quake and devastating tsunami has left overwhelming damage to the country and we are still facing terrifying conditions.
As I have received messages from all over the world, I would like to take this opportunity to extend my sincere appreciation for your warmest concerns.
This is the time for us to think what we can really do. I have thought what I could do now, at this moment. I believe that there can be more than just watching the situation of this disaster on television to help the lives of people there.
I know I am not in a place to ask such a thing, yet one of the things that we can do for the people in the afflicted areas is to donate to their relief and recovery.
There are babies in need of milk, people who has lost their families, and houses.
Here are links to donate for the relief and recovery of the Japanese earthquake and Pacific tsunami afflicted region:
+ Japan Red Cross Society
+ American Red Cross
We truly appreciate your support, even the very small support from your pocket, for the relief and recovery of my country.