The Sakura Front Project was set up in London shortly after the disaster.
Our aim is to focus people’s minds on the long term recovery of Japan.
Sakura Front designed the Sakura Brooch as a symbol for people to wear, on any
occasion, as a reminder of the tragic events which took place and, to show their
on-going concern and support for the Japanese people. The brooch was inspired
by ‘Sakura’ or ‘Cherry Blossom’ which is widely recognized as Japan’s national
flower – a symbol of hope.