ツイッターから生まれ、東日本大震災の体験を綴ったチャリティー本

Quakebook resulted from a desire to do something — to help Japan — in some way after the March 11 Tohoku disaster. Here is a collection of stories, accounts by individuals who experienced the earthquake, who witnessed the aftermath, and who could do little but watch the events unfold from afar. Some of these stories are told by Japanese people. Most are by non-Japanese people who call Japan home or who feel connected to Japan. They are found throughout the world.

An idea that began to grow and expand via Twitter, Quakebook is a labor of love by a community united in their love of Japan and its people.

Officially, its title is 2:46: Aftershocks: Stories from the Japan Earthquake. Thanks to the cooperation of Amazon and Sony, 100% of the money you pay for this book goes directly to the Japanese Red Cross. Details here.

Quakebook について、日本語で詳しくはこちら