With the Fourth Anniversary of Japan’s 3.11.11 now at hand, and the world’s attention elsewhere—it is more incumbent upon us than ever to remind the world that much yet remains to be done assisting survivors of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami.
It is our fervent hope that ‘Letters’ will continue to inspire people the world over—through its stories of hope and transformation, by showing that it is indeed possible to celebrate the human spirit in the wake of natural disasters, and by encouraging your ongoing support of our efforts.
About the Book
Immediately following Japan’s devastating earthquake and tsunami of March 11, 2011, a woman living in Sendai, Japan, by the name of Anne Thomas began emailing her family and friends to let them know that she had survived and was alright. What transpired was a series of moving e-letters to this core group. Learn More»
About Anne Thomas
Anne Thomas teaches English in Sendai Japan, her home of 22 years. Formerly an Associate Instructor at Shokei Women’s College for 15 years, she currently teaches at Miyagi Women’s University, as well as private classes. Learn More»
Japan Still Needs Our Help
The international news media that first brought Japan’s tragic events of March 11, 2011 to the attention of the world has long since gone home, while many in Japan no longer have homes – and yet need our assistance, and will – for many years to come. Learn More»