Sakura Brooch

Sakura Brooch

The brooch was inspired by ‘Sakura’ or ‘Cherry Blossom’ which is widely recognized as Japan’s national flower – a symbol of hope.

611 DAYS LATER

611 DAYS LATER

TSUNAMI, 611 DAYS LATER has been finished. Thank for all coming to the event.

Making Sakura Brooch

Introducing how to make Sakura brooch in 5 steps. If you have materials and tools, you can make it in 5mins

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Sakura Namiki Network

Sakura Namiki Netwok is our cooperative NPO helping us plant cherry blossoms in devastated areas.

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ABOUT

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.

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3月21日から24日までルミネ全店で開催されるSakura Projectにてサクラブローチが販売されます。日本でブローチが手に入る数少ないチャンス、ぜひとも足をお運びください。

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2月24日、Hereford Cathedral Schoolで、現地セカンダリースクールの生徒さんたちによる桜ブローチ作成会が開かれました。流れ作業で、桜ブローチ100個を作成。また、日本テレビ様の取材もしていただき、イギリスの生徒さんから、暖かい励ましのコメントをいただきました。 Related posts: No related posts.

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