American/Japanese/South Korean Entertainers Donate To Japan’s Tsunami Relief

Musicians, actors, celebrities and people all over are donating money to help victims in  Japan’s Tsunami relief aid. A list of Japanese entertainers who are confirm SAFE so far during this time of confusion. Many performances,fan meetings, and events have been canceled and CDs release dates postponed.Out of respect of victims and continuing the focus on relief aid. Here is a few entertainers who are doing their part.


-American rock group Linkin Park member Mike Shinoda has set up a donation by selling LP T-shirts. Title “Not Alone” and another with LP logo with a burttefly  the proceeds will go to Tohoku Pacific Ocean via Music For Relief. You can make your purchase donation by visiting LPStore. Each T-Shirt cost $25.00 .You can also text MFR to 85944 donate $10.oo towards the tsunami relief fund.

-South Korean female K-pop group Kara is donating their earning form their new Japanese sing;e “Jet Coaster Love.” DSP media confirm their safety and Kara will donate all income made off this single to tsunami relief funds.

-South Korean actor Bae Yong Joon donates 1 billion won / 72 million yen (~$900,000 USD) towards tsunami relief.

-South Korean record label YG entertainment in the process of donating 500,000 USD towards tsunami relief.

Fast Retailing (Japan) (distributor for clothing companies UNIQLO” and “g.u.”.) has donated 300 million yen ($3.6 million USD) Tohoku Pacific Ocean earthquake and employees under the company donated 00 million yen ($1.2 million USD). CEO Yanai Tadash himself has donated 1 billion yen (12.2 million USD). Altogether Fast Retailing has donated 1.4 billion yen ($17.1 million USD) to the Red Cross of Japan. Also donated 300,000 “HeatTech” undergarment for the cold whether conditions including jeans and towels.

X JAPAN’s leader YOSHIKI is donating his crystal piano with his logo engraved. all proceeds will go to his foundation YOSHIKI FOUNDATION AMERICA in tsunami relief aid.

Suzumoku has created a charity song sum strength for tsunami victims title “Bokura wa Ningen da” (We’re Humans)

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Sites towards Japan’s Tsunami Relief

Visit or  text MFR to 85944 donate $10.oo towards the tsunami relief fund

-Visit LPstore for Linkin Park member Mike Shinoda donations towards tsunami relief each T-shirt cost $25.00

-Visit for additional donations and other form of aid

-Visit for donations poverty relief aid and donations

-Visit for children tsunami relief donations

-Visit Red Cross Japan for donations and relief aid

Searching For love Ones who are in Japan

United States of America:

American Red Cross Online Donation Page

People can also text REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation.

To contact or locate U.S. citizens living or traveling in Japan, contact the U.S. Department of State, Office of Overseas Citizens Services:

1-888-407-4747 (within the United States)

(202)647-5225 (from Abroad)


Canadian Red Cross Donation Page

People can also donate by:

– Calling 1-800-418-1111

– Texting the word ASIA to 30333 to make a one-time donation of $5

– Cheques should be made payable to the Canadian Red Cross, earmarked “Japan Earthquake/Asia-Pacific Tsunami” and mailed to the Canadian Red Cross National Office, 170 Metcalfe Street, Suite 300, Ottawa, Ontario, K2P 2P2.

To locate Canadians who may be affected, call the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade at 613-944-2471 (613-943-1055), or toll free within Canada at 1-800-606-5499 (or 1-800-387-3124), or email

United Kingdom:

British nationals in Japan who require assistance should contact the Foreign Office helpline in London: +44 20 7008 0000 (from Japan) or 020 7008 0000 (in the UK). You can also e-mail the Foreign Office on or skype (text not call) on “fcojapan”.


If you want to inquire about the safety of family in the region through the Embassy of Japan in Australia, please contact them at 02-6273-3244.

If you are currently living in Japan or have friends and family there, please check the websites of your country’s Japanese embassy for more information. Send us a tip if you have info for your own country.

Source: American Red Cross, Canadian Red Cross, Japanese Embassy websites


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