One Piece creator, Eiichiro Oda, originally hailed from Kumamoto Prefecture, and the ever-hardworking mangaka has been pitching in with the relief efforts with every way he could, even with his busy schedule. His most recent one gets fans in on it with special One Piece merchandise featuring illustrations made by Oda himself.
A special campaign has been launched, and the recipients on this campaign will be the people of the town of Mashiki, one of the earthquakes’ worst-hit areas. Also included in the campaign are One Piece-themed trains and stamp rallies, and those who donate 10,000 yen to the relief efforts will be getting either one of two sets of One Piece goodies, including the One Piece Mashiki reconstruction blanket (image above), which fans will get when they choose Coarse A. Fans who choose Coarse B will be getting a reusable tote bag, hand towel and a clear file.
The Furusato Choice website is accepting these donations. So why not help? Because not only will you get one Piece merchandise from Eiichiro Oda himself, but you will also be helping people rebuild their lives after getting devastated by two massive earthquakes.
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Source: Comic Natalie