99,000-populated Saku-city in Nagano Prefecture announced on July 20 that 70-year-old manga script writer Buroson, best known for his story work for the Hokuto no Ken/Fist of The North Star series, donated 400 million yen (about 3.57 million US dollars) to the city to establish a new scholarship fund for young people. Hit the jump for more details.
The Kemono Friends franchise has supported the reconstruction effort by Kumamoto City Zoological and Botanical Gardens that was damaged seriously by the Kumamoto Earthquake in April 2016. Five-type collaboration original cookies featuring the Kemono Friends characters are scheduled to be released and part of the sales will be donated to the zoo. Hit the jump for more details.
As reported several times last year, Yokohama City has received many stationery items as a donation to children from people using the names of the successive PreCure girls. It recently announced the latest donation was sent from a person by the names of Nao Midorikawa (Cure March) and Royal Candy, both from Smile PreCure!. Hit the jump for more details.
As reported, Yokohama City in Kanagawa Prefecture has received many stationery items as a donation to children from the people using the names of the successive PreCure girls. Again, the newest items arrived on September 16, sent from Yayoi Kise (Cure Peace in Smile PreCure!). Hit the jump for more details.
Following Cure Happy in March and Cure Princess in August, Yokohama City Office announced yesterday on September 12 that another person calling himself/herself as Cure Sunny/Akane Hino from Smile PreCure! has donated stationery items for children to its West Ward Office. Hit the jump for more story.
Yokohama-city's Kanagawa Ward Office announced on March 3 that a person named himself/herself as Cure Happy/Miyuki Hoshizora, one of the main characters from Toei Animation's popular 2012-2013 TV anime series Smile PreCure!, has donated three copies of Anne Frank's biography and stationery to the office. Hit the jump for more story.