As you might know, early in July, West Japan was hit by torrential rain at ‘beyond expectation’ scale. It was the worst flooding since 1983- Over 200 lives have been lost. People lost their family and friends unexpectedly. The pain of those people are unimaginable.

Thousands of people are still evacuated and are living in local shelters with limited resources. And many people have no home to go back to.

On 1st September, we will be organizing ‘Pop up shop’ in Islington to DO WHAT WE CAN as Team UK. Fortunately we have several fantastically talented professionals on board to collaborate on the day.

You can help us raising fund for people in West Japan by just pop in to the shop and enjoy pampering yourself or entertaining yourself by performances and give what you can!

The day consists of two parts.

12:00-16:00 HEALTH AND BEAUTY POP UP (Free:Donation basis)

You can treat yourself with Mini beauty sessions by appointment.

– One to one Mini skincare or make up advice by Yoko Obata. Appointment: info@kotohalondon.com (Pop in is welcome however appointment is recommended.)

(More sessions are to be added, keep checking on updates)

✵On top of the beauty sessions, all KOTOHA products are available to purchase all through the day. Profits of the sale of the day will go to the charity.

✵Sessions are contribution basis. Please donate what you can!

16:45-21:00 MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT (Tickets to be purchased for this part. See below)

Beautiful buffet will be served along with entertainment.

16:45 Door opens for entertainment

17:10 Koto by Sakie Plunkett

18:00 Magic show by Dr Yoshikatsu Shinozawa

18:30 Buffet

19:20 Naomi Suzuki recital- Jazz Standard

20:10 Guitar by Hide Takemoto

About buffet served: Vegi and vegan, Gluten free choice available. Buffet by Mizue Kanazawa.

Tickets: £25 +transaction fee £2.59 (Drink is excluded)
Tickets can be purchased from here:
https://goo.gl/A6YpCn

✵Your donation is sent to Momotaro Kikin https://momotarosaigai.jp/
They are based in Okayama, one of the most severely affected areas. And they are working closely with local people.