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Japanese flag Consulate-General of Japan in Seattle

Address601 Union Street, Suite 500
Seattle, WA 98101
USA
Phonelocal: (206) 682.9107
international: +1.206.682.9107
Faxlocal: (206) 624.9097
international: +1.206.624.9097
Web sitehttp://www.seattle.us.emb-japan.go.jp/

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Comments on this Consulate-General

Jeanette Evans
Mon, 30 Jan 2017 21:09 EST
Stop the brutal slaughter of whales and dolphins in Tajii
I implore you to stop the unpardonable and cruel slaughter of sea creatures who cannot defend themselves. It is deplorable and a slur to Japan.
John Leaver
Thu, 5 Apr 2012 11:11 EDT
DON'T SINK IT!!!!!
CNN today announces that US Coast Guard will sink the drifting fishing boat near Alaska..WHY?? MAKE it a symbol of Japan's determination to rebuild after the tragedy last year!!!!!!!

Send a team, save the boat!!!!!!
Edwin L Speelman, Kalispell, MT 406-752-1439
Sat, 19 Mar 2011 18:37 EDT
Please forward to appropriate body in Japan
Suggested solution:
Re troubled nuclear reactors-

Lost power for the electrical-powered cooling
pumps might be replaced by assembling many
Honda portable gasoline-powered generators, as many as needed, connecting them in parallel to get the needed wattage..
Respectfully submitted, ELS
Richard Kucharski
Mon, 14 Mar 2011 21:34 EDT
Earthquake Survivors
Sir,
My age is 69 and my wife one year younger. We have a three bedroom house in Kingston, WA that could have two available bedrooms for use by some of the earthquake/tsunami survivors for an extended period of time as necessary.
Food, lodging and maybe some clothing would be provided. Unfortunately we would not be able to help with any medical bills. My wife and I both have medical training but are now retired.
I have spent much time in Japan, (various places) and found the Japanese people to be extremely nice to me and now maybe I can return their kindness.

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