Our CSR Activities: the support for the victims of The Tohoku Earthquake


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Baroque Japan Limited had engaged in the various activities to support the victims of The Tohoku Earthquake, the JPY100million donation from the sales proceed of the Support The Tohoku Earthquake Victims special sales, the donation from our customers through our E-commerce website, the donation from the sales proceed of our charity products, the donation from our group companies including oversea offices etc.

In addition to above, we supported the organization which helps the reconstruction effort of quake hit area.
We will continue to engage in various activities to contribute to the early recovery of the community.

Led by Maestro Robert Ryker, the Tokyo Sinfonia, (http://www.tokyosinfonia.com/) known for their popular concerts with programs full of imagination and fun, delivered a sympathy concert performance full of courage, hope and love at shelters in the disaster area for those affected by the March 11 earthquake. Baroque wholeheartedly shared the sentiment of Tokyo Sinfonia in this gesture, and gave the performances our full support.

On May 1st and 2nd, Tokyo Sinfonia members gave a full-hearted performance at shelters in Miyagi Prefecture, including a gymnasium occupied by evacuees in Kessen’numa, one of the seriously damaged areas.

During the concert, there was an unofficial appearance by a particularly cute young participant, who was drawn to the stage by the music.

After their performance in the gymnasium-turned-shelter, there was applause and expressions of gratitude from all ages. Through this music, peoples’ hearts were touched, and healing, courage and hope could begin to be felt again.

Message from Robert Ryker
Shortly after the March 11 disaster, members of the Tokyo Sinfonia and I travelled to Tohoku to offer the solace of our music to people tragically separated from homes, lives, and loved ones. Without the sympathy and support of Baroque Japan, these performances would not have been possible.

We were there in person, and all of you of Baroque Japan were there with us in spirit. We will be ever grateful to you for joining hands with us.

Robert Ryker
Music Director
Tokyo Sinfonia

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