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Sat, 3 Feb 2018 18:41 EST
gifting money in Japan
What is the best way to gift a large sum of money to my son? I will be traveling there in March and want to give it to him then.
Jeanette Evans
Mon, 30 Jan 2017 21:15 EST
Stop the senseless slaughter of dolphins and whAles in Tajii
I see in 2011 a person sent the same note pleading for a stop to the cruelty of the barbaric attack on whales and dolphins.
The actions are deplorable and unpardonable. The slaughter comes at sea creatures who cannot defend themselves and is a slur on Japan.
Jeanette Evans
Mon, 30 Jan 2017 20:19 EST
Please stop the brutality against whales and dolphins in Tajii
I am pleading with your country to stop the senseless and cruel destruction of helpless sea creatures who cannot defend themselves. Very barbaric.
Carol Rae Bradford, author
Sun, 17 Apr 2016 08:16 EDT
Earthquakes in Japan, Island of Kyushu
Although I am not able to give much as a donation, I would like to know of an agency in Boston or New York that would accept a donation from someone who cares.

I do reading/research on the horrible nuclear wars that the U.S. committed against Japan in 1945. I also receive emails from Densho to learn more about the internment of Japanese Americans during WWII.

Thank you.
Carol Rae Bradford
Somerville, MA
Robert Rodriguez.
Thu, 6 Jan 2011 19:12 EST
I oppose to this brutal and unnecessary slaughter of dolphins.
I recently heard about the documentary film The Cove and was alarmed to find out that more than 20,000 dolphins and porpoises are brutally killed each year off the coast of Japan. In addition, Japanese consumers are being sold dolphin meat, containing dangerously high levels of mercury, often labeled as whale meat.

I ask that you urge the Japanese government to revoke permits that allow Japan's Fisheries Agency to continue this heinous, dangerous and illegal practice.

I also urge American leadership to ensure that the International Whaling Commission includes the proper management of dolphins and porpoises and a comprehensive plan to stop the slaughter of dolphins in Japan.

These dolphins are horrifically trapped and stressed over night then slaughtered in the early morning hours while you sleep comfortably in your bed. If this were not a crime, this cave would not be considered so secretive as they portray to keep others out from finding out the horrors of what truely happens. Can you honestly keep this from happening another day???
This is an outrage and inhumane.

Your immediate action is needed.We thank you for taking the time to read this letter and most importantly for taking immediate steps of action to stop this. We are counting on you.

Sincerely, Robert R.

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