Hands On Tokyo
Spring Charity Concert 2015


*You can download the flyer []

 


 

*The event was a wonderful success and all of us at Hands On Tokyo greatly appreciate your support!

 


 

Hands On Tokyo will be hosting "Hands On Tokyo Spring Charity Concert - Remembering 3.11" at the Tokyo American Club on Saturday, the 4th of April. We will have performances by St. Mary's International School Varsity Ensemble, Moko Igarashi & Miyabi Arashi Taiko members and Sawaka Katalyna.

Date : Saturday, 4 April 2015
Doors open : 6:30 pm
Concert starts : 7:00 pm
Venue : Manhattan lll Ballroom, Tokyo American Club
(2-1-2 Azabudai, Minato-ku, Tokyo)
Tickets : 3,000 yen each
Deadline for ticket purchase : Friday, 20 March 2015

Tickets are 3,000 yen. Please fill out the necessary information indicated below, and send your ticket orders to handsontokyo.
A confirmation email will be sent upon receipt of your wire transferred payment to the Hands On Tokyo account.

*Information you need to send :
1. name
2. mailing address
3. e-mail address
4. telephone number
5. number of tickets you would like to purchase
6. total bank transfer amount

*Bank account information :
Bank Name: Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ; Toranomon Branch (041)
Regular Acct. # 0191098
Account Name: Hands On Tokyo

We will have tickets for sale at the door but they may be "standing room only" tickets. 100% of the proceeds from the concert will be used for our Tohoku Recovery Assistance and Projects.

[Hands On Tokyo Tohoku Project]

Hands On Tokyo has been continuing projects in Tohoku to meet the needs of the tsunami-afflicted area, mainly in Yamamoto-cho and Ogatsu, Miyagi prefecture, since right after the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami in 2011. Four years after the disastrous earthquake and tsunami, the situation in the afflicted area has changed significantly. The debris has been removed and new buildings have started to be built. However on the other hand, there are still thousands of people who continue to live in temporary residences. We cannot forget the disaster. Hands On Tokyo is doing everything it can to continue supporting Tohoku.