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  • 01

    Noriyuki Aida

  • 02

    Chihiro Aono

  • 03

    Yuki Aoyama

  • 04

    Nobuyoshi Araki

  • 05

    Shigemi Imamichi

  • 06

    Yoshihiko Ueda

  • 07

    Etsuko Enami

  • 08

    Masataka Otsuka

  • 09

    Kazuyuki Okajima

  • 10

    Nobuto Osakabe

  • 11

    Rei Ohara

  • 12

    Hiroyo Kaneko

  • 13

    Yoi Kawakubo

  • 14

    Kotori Kawashima

  • 15

    Tetsuo Kikuchi

  • 16

    Mika Kitamura

  • 17

    Kentaro Kumon

  • 18

    Eriko Koga

  • 19

    Atsushi Shibuya

  • 20

    Aya Shirai

  • 21

    Taketomo Shiratori

  • 22

    Takashi Shinkai

  • 23

    Cozue Takagi

  • 24

    Munemasa Takahashi

  • 25

    Mikiya Takimoto

  • 26

    Noriko Takuma

  • 27

    Mai Tanaka

  • 28

    Katsuyoshi Tsuchiya

  • 29

    Masato Terauchi

  • 30

    Seiya Nakai

  • 31

    Daisuke Nakashima

  • 32

    Takehiko Nakafuji

  • 33

    Souhei Nishino

  • 34

    Masaya Noda

  • 35

    Kazuyoshi Nomachi

  • 36

    Yoshiharu Hatanaka

  • 37

    Issaque Foujita

  • 38

    Bruce Osborn

  • 39

    Yoshinori Henguchi

  • 40

    Naoki Honjyo

  • 41

    Takayuki Maekawa

  • 42

    Shizuka Minami

  • 43

    Tomoe Murakami

  • 44

    Yu Yamauchi

  • 45

    Yuya Yamasaki

  • 46

    Yokonami Osamu

  • 47

    Kazutoshi Yoshimura

  • 48

    Leslie Kee

  • 49

    RongRong & inri

  • 50

    Hayato Wakabayashi

  • 51

    Yuki Watanabe

http://savejapan.photocardsproject.com/

First of all, we would like to express our deepest sympathy for those who have suffered from the Great East Japan Earthquake.We are grateful to announce that TOKYO INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY and CMS Corporation will collaborate to initiate 50 EYES: Japan 2011 Save Japan Photo Cards Project,which aims to support the rehabilitation of the affected areas hit by the Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11, 2011. Proposed by eight photographers including Masato Terauchi, this project comprises of 50 photographers in total. Each photographer was asked to supply a photograph that was then used to produce a postcard. The postcards will be sold in Tokyo, New York, Beijing and London, and all the proceeds will be donated to the stricken areas via Japanese Red Cross Society. We hope to receive support from many who care about those affected by the events in Japan.