Together we can make a difference!
Our plan is to rally as many people as possible around the world who will send RED LETTERS.
Please use white address labels on the red envelopes, so addresses are clearly seen.
Devote your energy to getting or coloring RED ENVELOPES to be addressed, decorated (optional), stamped and stuffed with strong messages to:
BELOW are examples of sentences you may want to include in your letters.
Click on the "About Us" tab to see some examples of red envelopes sent in previous campaigns. Borrow ideas, or use your creativity to grab their attention and speak your mind about Japan's terrible dolphin hunts!
THANKS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL YOU'LL DO!
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
Cabinet Office, Government of Japan
1-6-1 Nagata-cho, Chiyoda-ku,
Tokyo 100-8914, Japan.
Please do not kill the dolphins.
Keep dolphins in the wild!
Dolphin meat is dangerous to eat.
Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi
International Policy Planning Division,
Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
1-2-1 Kasumigaseki, Chiyoda-ku,
Tokyo 100-8950, Japan
Mr. Yoshiki Kimura, Governor of Wakayama
Wakayama 640-8585 Japan
It's as easy as a letter, an envelope, an address & a stamp.
~ Send as many letters as you wish to the addresses listed under the Mailing Instructions tab at the top of this page.
~ Invite friends, relatives and kids to participate, and decorate the envelopes with words and pictures.
~ Use statements in Japanese that are posted, that you can copy and paste onto your letters, to add to your sentiments.
~ Send the website, Facebook and Twitter links to all on your mailing lists, and encourage them to do the same (found on the bottom of the page)
SPREAD THE WORD! TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE!
NOTE TO THOSE MAILING FROM THE U.S.:
1st class postage for a legal size envelope to Japan is $1.15 worth of stamps. You can purchase Air Mail stamps from the U.S. Post Office, but regular stamps adding up to that amount are acceptable.
TO THOSE MAILING FROM COUNTRIES OTHER THAN THE U.S.:
Please contact your local postal office for stamp prices.
Dolphins should not be enslaved for profit.
Dolphins are intelligent, social creatures.
Respect your ocean and its sea life.