2011. March Donation Kit Kat for people in Tohoku region

Ten years ago, one March 11th, 2011 the Tohoku region which is located in the northern Japan got hit by an 8.9 magnitude earthquake. Approximately of 16,000 people had lost their lives and and even till this day, approximately of 2,600 people are still recognized as missing.
As you can see the blue logo printed on the bottom of the left corner in the picture, Nestle Japan has decided to raise a donation to plant Cheery Blossom trees in Tohoku since countless of trees were swept away by the tsunami. By purchasing one bag of Kit Kat Sakura, automatically 10 cents will be donated which means you guys will be donating for Japan by purchasing our April Crate! :)

On behalf of our nation, we would like to thank all the friends from all over the world who had supported us physically, financially and mentally. There are countless things that are government and we citizens have to take measure in order to brace ourselves for the next earthquake to come and we just hope not to not experience the same tragedy again.

We love you and thank you once again for your love and support.

Love,
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2011. March Donation Kit Kat for people in Tohoku region