Sakura Craft Project - Fun Craft Making!

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Sakura Craft Project Overview

Please give just a little of your time and kindness for someone in need

Just a little of your time and kindness will help make someone feel warm and cared for. Let’s open our hearts and use our creativity to touch as many people as we can.

Due to the continuing effects of COVID-19, restrictions have not yet been fully lifted on face-to-face activities with residents in both senior homes and children's homes. This makes it challenging to interact with them.

Therefore, Hands On Tokyo has planned a craft project to help residents of the social welfare facilities connect with others, and with nature's seasons. Just in time for the cherry blossom season, we will decorate the walls of the facility with many cherry blossom themed craft items.

Volunteers will be asked to create cherry blossoms with their crafts, and at the end of the project, each of them will be combined to make a cherry blossom wall decoration. This is a spectacular craft project where each person's cherry blossoms are collected to complete one piece of artwork.

We hope that this project will bring some cheer to the residents of the facility.

■About the Sakura Craft you will make

You can use any materials and colors you like, as long as they are not dangerous to touch. Please make your own cherry blossoms as you see fit.

Size: Each Sakura craft should be no larger than A4 size (A4 size is 210mm x 297mm).

Material and shipping costs: Please bear your own costs.

Deadline: Must arrive at the Hands On Tokyo office by February 20 (Mon.)

Gardenia Roppongi #101, 5-16-46 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032
Hands On Tokyo Madoka Kondo

*If you have any questions, please contact us at

■About facilities where our Sakura Craft will be displayed
We will send our Sakura Craft to Hands On Tokyo partner organizations, social welfare facilities, children's homes, senior homes, special needs schools and organizations, etc.

■If you would like to support us financially, please visit the Hands On Tokyo website page below.