Saturday, March 26, 2011

Songs for Japan and Aloha for Japan Shirts Too!

A benefit album starring the world's top recording artists has been released to support Japan as it recovers from the devastating earthquake and tsunami of March 11.

The 38 tracks include some of their biggest htis, featuring an exclusive remix of Lady Gaga's "Born This Way," along with recent hits like Katy Perry's "Firework," Bruno Mars' "Talking to the Moon," Adele's "Make You Feel My Love." Other featured artists include the likes John Lennon, Beyonce, Michael Buble and Elton John. All proceeds go to the Japanese Red Cross. At ten bucks it's one of the best deals in town for a good cause. I got mine, get yours.

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(image credit: Fitted Hawaii LLC)
If you like to wear your support pick up an Aloha for Japan t-shirt. The Hawaiian greeting is emblazoned across the chest with the red sun disc from from Japanese flag substituting for the letter "O" in the world Aloha. These shirts are manufactured and sold by FITTED. The $20 shirts were well on their way of being sold out as soon as it was released for retail sale in Hawaii. Visit for a list of retailers and more information. Find it online at Butigroove or Barefoot League. 100% of the proceeds benefit the Hawaii Red Cross to support victims in Japan.

(image credit: Hilo Hattie)
If the FITTED shirts are sold out, check out Hilo Hattie which is also offering a different Aloha for Japan tee. On the back of the shirt are the words of encouragement: Hope, Heal and Help (translated in Hawaiian). The shirts sell for $9.99 with 100% of profits donated to the American Red Cross for Japan relief. Visit one of their retail stores or order online at

If you're planning or rescheduling a visit to Japan, then that's even better. Every visitor returning back to Japan will assist in the economic recovery. Go!


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