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The third batch of soup kitchen volunteers: 3,000 meals of hot ramen (soup noodle)!

From April 22nd to 24th, hot ramen (soup noodle) was prepared for the soup kitchen. The third batch of volunteers was able to prepare 3,000 meals (a large amount!), so we decided to organize the soup kitchen tent near the train station on the first day.


Watanoha Station was a bit deserted. Unfortunately, the train has not been in operation for the past six weeks since the tsunami.

However, on the first day of the soup kitchen, April 22nd, there was a long queue of people waiting despite the rain. In Tohoku, the temperature drops when it rains even in April.


1,200 meals on the first day, 600 meals on the second day (in front of a sushi restaurant) and 1,200 meals on the final day (in the residential area of Kazuma community) – A total of 3,000 meals were distributed!

Thank you very much to the third group of volunteers!

We are calling for volunteers for soup kitchen.
For more information please click here.

We appreciate your kind support.

Donation by credit card is possible from here. 

Thank you very much for your cooperation!

April 26, 2011 in Volunteer InfomarionTohoku earthquake |