As we have reported many times in the past, various anime and manga franchises in Japan have been supporting the Japanese Red Cross Society's blood donation campaigns. The latest character who decides to join the campaign is Ayase Aragaki, one of the main heroines in Ore no Imouto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai. Hit the jump for more details.
The Gifu Red Cross Blood Center will hold a blood donation campaign in collaboration with the ongoing TV anime adaptation of of Shuichi Nimaru's light novel series Osamake: Romcom Where The Childhood Friend Won't Lose. This special collaboration is made possible because the novel author was born in Gifu-city in Gifu Prefecture. Hit the jump for more details.
As we have reported many times, various popular anime/manga franchise have supported Japan Red Cross' blood donation campaign, such as Cells at Work!, Love Live! Sunshine!!, Saekano, Girls und Panzer, and many others. Its latest collaborator is Shirow Shiratori's comedy light novel series The Ryuo's Work is Never Done!. Hit the jump for more details.
Uni Akatsuki, a self-proclaimed one thousand-year-old vampire virtual YouTuber, has been supporting the blood donation campaign by Akita Prefecture's Japanese Red Cross Society since April 1, 2019. Thanks to her efforts through SNS, the number of blood donors has increased 20 percent. Watch her video for the collaboration campaign after the jump!
This is the perfect title for them to collaborate with. Japan Red Cross will launch a new collaboration campaign with the Cells at Work! anime franchise at its blood donation rooms across Japan on February 25. The first 15,000 blood donors will get an original calendar using a newly drawn illustration. Hit the jump for more details.
The official Twitter for the Magical girl lyrical Nanoha anime franchise has revealed a sample image of a newly drawn poster by Takuya Fujima (Magical girl lyrical Nanoha Vivid, Magical girl lyrical Nanoha Reflection THE COMICS) for the upcoming blood donation campaign at the Comic Market 93 (December 29-31). Hit the jump for more details.
Beginning Wednesday, April 9 and running through June 30, blood donors in Gifu Prefecture will receive a limited original poster featuring the characters of popular TV anime series No-Rin. The story of the anime and its original novel by Shirow Shiratori take place in the prefecture. Hit the jump for more details.
Comic Market Preparation Committee will host a blood drive in collaboration with the Red Cross Blood Center at blood donation rooms in Japan from December 29 to January 31. The first 5,000 donors can receive a set of six special posters. It has become a regular event for them since December 2011. Check the posters after the jump.
The Japanese Red Cross Society announced today that they will start a new blood donation campaign featuring popular anime series Naruto Shippuden in the Kanto and Koshinetsu area on December 22nd. The blood donors can ask to receive an original Naruto poster and one of the three Naruto goods. Hit the jump for more details.
The declining number of young blood donors has been a serious problem in Japan. So, what kind of service can attract young Japanese the most? Of course maid cafe! Japan Red Cross has turned a blood donation room in Fukuyama-city, Hiroshima, into a maid cafe for two days only on February 13 and 14. Hit the jump for more details.