One:Hitotsu 2016

We will be there again at the SF Cherry Blossom Festival having popular activities and live performances such as Japanese calligraphy, caricature, Yo Yo fishing, face painting, etc. And this year's new additions will be Kendama performance/lesson/contest, Live T-shirt printing and die-cutting!! Please join us and enjoy! Your generous donation will help the affected by the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami and 2013 Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.


Warmest regards,

One: Hitotsu members

Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival 2016

Date: 4/16 (Sat),  4/17 (Sun)

Open: 11am - 5pm

Location: Sutter St & Buchanan St, San Francisco, CA 94115


One:Hitotsu is a group of people with artisans, art professionals and students, and crafters who want to help orphans affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011. There are about 1500 children who need support for their living and school tuitions.


We have live performances and fun Japanese "Omatsuri" style activities that donors can participate and they can get some cool items in return to their generous contribution. Items include handmade purses/goods holder, framed art, prints, character masks, Kendama, jewelry and more! Our donation amount from 2011 to 2015 has resulted in $32506.36 and counting. All proceeds were sent to selected organization every year. Thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing you this year!


One:Hitotsu members


sweet treat 311


Public Interest Incorporated Association sweet treat 311 was founded by a group of individuals passionate about making

a positive difference in the lives of children living in areas affected by the Great Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami.

Currently, we are centering our activities in Ogatsu-cho, Ishinomaki-shi, Miyagi. Through experiential learning opportunities focused on the local people, we hope to contribute to the recovery of the entire region.

We believe that compassion is the key to the recovery of Ishinomaki.

Until the day that the children of Tohoku can embark on their own future, sweet treat 311 is putting their full efforts behind rebuilding communities affected by the Great Earthquake. Together with local individuals and the support of corporations and individuals across the nation, we would like to continue to make a difference in the region.


sweet treat 311 started as an organization distributing hot food and sweets to individuals affected by the March 2011 earthquake. Focusing on emergency shelters and isolated areas in Ishinomaki city and Miyagi prefecture, we are continuing our activities through educational support to children in the area.


Our thoughts, to provide "the most well-rounded education for the children that live in the most difficult environment in Japan", in line with the citizens of Ogatsu, Ishinomaki, are slowly but steadily developing our initiatives to benefit the children of the region. In addition, we are striving to bring together and rebuild the community by creating a learning environment with the resources and people of Ogatsu.

The Northern Japan Earthquake Relief Fund was established by the JCCCNC to help the victims of the Great Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami which took place on March 11, 2011. Our relief campaign is a community based and volunteer driven effort. 100% of the donations received are going directly to citizen relief efforts that are actively on the ground providing support to the victims through the National YMCAs of Japan and other Non-Governmental Organizations that the JCCCNC has very long relationships with since the1995 Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake centered in Kobe. The funds will focus on supporting the victims and those who need it most but are often forgotten, the elderly, children, the physically and mentally challenged and the migrant communities.

Official site

100% of proceeds will be sent to the organizations below


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