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Pray for Japan by Megumi Miyoshi

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Published on Apr 5, 2011

"The whole world is thinking of you, you're not alone"

On the 11th March, the seventh biggest earthquake in the world struck Japan, killing thousands of people and leaving hundreds of thousands homeless.

'Pray For Japan' is a project that has been created with the above message in mind.

With help from her friends, Megumi Miyoshi a singer/songwriter from Sendai, Japan who is presently living in the UK has written this song with the thought "what can I do for my home town."

This song, a video and also a website people can upload pictures of themselves with their own message of support to Japan, make up the project "Pray For Japan".

The earthquake and tsunami has passed by but Japan is, and will be struggling with this disaster for years to come.

We hope you will send your own message of love and support at http://www.prayforjapan.org.uk

This song is also available worldwide to buy on iTunes and Amazon.

All people involved in the project have donated their time in support of the cause. All proceeds will go directly to the Japan Society Tohoku Earthquake Relief Fund. For more information about the charity please go to: http://www.japansociety.org.uk/earthq...

We would like to say thanks to all the people that have devoted their time to support this project.

Pray For Japan Song -
Written by: Megumi Miyoshi, Yupo Chen, Karl Hendricks, Henry Readhead, Tobee Paik, Sing Yeh and Mike Cowler.
Engineered and Produced by Henry Readhead
Recorded at Summerhill Studios.
Mastered by Eric James of Philosophers Barn Mastering

Video -
Filmed and Produced by Anna Ramm of RedRam Productions

Website -
Website Code by Charley Ramm
Website Design by Sam Horwood of http://onehundredrivers.com

Additional Design -
Logo by Anna Ramm
CD Design by Mai Yoshida of http://www.maiyoshida.com

Additional help -
William Readhead, Tomo Usuda and Terry Peng

We would also like to thank all the children at Summerhill School.

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