I’ve heard about the devastating earthquake. I want to make you feel better, after you might have lost your home or your loved one. My teacher showed us some pictures before and after the tsunami and the earthquake, and it shocked me. I feel so sorry for the children in Japan, who lost their belongings, and things that they cherished and loved. I hope that Japan, will grow back to its strong economy it was before the earthquake. I hope you and your family finds shelter, and a happy life again.
Sincerely, Annie, 6th grade, age 11.


I can imagine how scared you are. I have heard about the earthquakes, tsunamis and nuclear power plants and the loss of everything you owned. I hope that your family members are okay and that you find each other if they are lost. I hope you can get enough food, water, and shelter.
Many thoughts and hope,
Rowan (5th Grade)


Hi, I am Nicole, I am 11 years old almost 12. And I am in the 6th grade. Today I am sitting here and thinking of you, all of my classmates and friends are thinking of you. And we all can’t even imagine how you must feel, but I want you to know that you are a very special child, and very brave. Don’t give up hope. Keep going. Be safe.
Best wishes, Nicole


Hi, my name is Sam and I am 13 years old and I am in the 7th grade. I have seen a lot about what happened and I want you to know that we are all thinking about you and all of the people that there affected in the tsunami and earthquake. And we hope that everything will be better for you in the future.


Dear Friends In Japan
With all my heart, I feel very bad for you. I wish Japan was the Japan I knew it was . I see your future, everybody with smiles and joy. My name is Mattias my age is 9 and I love soccer.
Sincerely, Mattias
心をこめて, マティアス



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