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InsideJapan Tours are passionate about helping Japan's Tohoku region recover from 2011's devastating tsunami. We're proud to be supporting It's Not Just Mud (INJM) at this time.

INJM began as an informal group of volunteers led by the young Brit, Jamie El-Banna, helping local people in the tsunami devastated port town of Ishinomaki. Today INJM is an efficient, professional non-profit organisation offering grass-root support to aid the rehabilitation of disaster affected individuals and small businesses. Their work involves cleaning homes, repairing buildings and parks, organising community events and of course, digging through not just mud but a whole lot more. The project name refers to how such simple work means so much to the communities they are helping.

You can read more about INJM here.

Donations will be sent to the UK registered charity Helping Hands for Japan who will in turn pass all the money raised via this page to INJM.

So please dig deep and donate now.

Raising money for

Helping Hands for Japan

Helping Hands for Japan

Charity Registration No. 1141296

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Donations 43

Thanks for an excellent holiday in Japan.

Donation by Jason and Carole on 13/03/14

£100.00

+ £25.00 Gift Aid

Thank you for an inspiring family holiday Japan and to Vivienne for her organising skills.

Donation by Ouzas family on 11/02/14

Donation by Ian Tipton on 15/11/13

£10.00

We have just returned from our second trip to Japan, and once again we met some amazing & welcoming people. It is a wonderful country that never stops surprising us! Thank you, Japan.

Donation by Anonymous on 28/10/13

£50.00

A big thanks to everyone who helped us out by participating in our web site evaluation project. To say thank you to you all we are making a donation on behalf of all of you to INJM. Honto ni arigatou!

Donation by InsideJapan - Alastair on 04/10/13

£530.00

after a great itinerary in Japan

Donation by caines family on 27/09/13

£50.00

Just returned from a family trip to Japan, I'm using this way to say "Thank you" to the wonderful people we met there (and to IJT who organized the trip).

Donation by Thomas on 17/09/13

Donation by Anonymous on 18/07/13

$20.00

The people of Japan were so wonderful to us during our travels, we would like to give something in return

Donation by kate on 18/07/13

$100.00

What a country! What people!

Donation by on 29/06/13

£10.00

Donation by Dan Ryan on 03/06/13

$50.40

Just came back from a trip around Japan, taylored by inside japan Tours. It was perfectly organised. I found the Japanese people extremley beautiful, kind and with respect for each other and other peo

Donation by on 01/06/13

£20.00

Donation by Dan Ryan on 27/05/13

$50.40

Donation by Kanako Homma on 18/05/13

$20.00

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INJM - Miss you guys :)

Donation by Elizabeth Hitchins on 12/05/13

Donated in the name of our friend Sharon Gates-Hull who just died in an car accident. We feel she would appreciate support of your work in Fukushima.

Donation by Steve and Hiroko McGuire on 12/05/13

$50.00

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Donation by AW on 03/05/13

£20.00

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INJM--Thanks for all the great work you do!

Donation by Anonymous on 28/04/13

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These lovely people deserve our help.

Donation by Karla Gould on 19/04/13

£10.00

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Keep up the good work! Ganbatte!

Donation by Kanako on 14/04/13

$20.00

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INJM 頑張れー! We hope we'll be able to see you all again soon! Keep up the amazing work!!

Donation by Ayako, Mayu and Izsy (and friends!) on 30/03/13

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Mr David Sibthorp

Donation by InsideJapan Tours on 22/03/13

£100.00

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Go Ishinomaki & INJM!

Donation by Karsten on 17/03/13

400,00 €

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Donation by Jeannie Stone on 14/03/13

£20.00

Donation by Kanako Homma on 14/03/13

£10.00

Donation summary

  • * Online donations£4,048.30
  • Offline donations£0.00
  • Text donations£0.00
  • Total raised£4,048.30
  • Gift Aid£25.00

* Charities pay a small fee for our service. Find out how much it is and what we do for it.