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Remembering Japan's Great Tohoku Earthquake[
March 11th 2011, Japan was hit by a 8.9 magnitude earthquake which then resulted to a 10-meter tall tsunami that hit the northeast of Japan, dubbed as the “2011 Tōhoku earthquake.” Thousands of lives have been lost in just one swoop. Help came from various parts of the world.
Just hours after that, various TV stations had cancelled their regular programming including TV-Asahi's then Super Hero Time, Kamen Rider OOO and Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger that we regularly watch, as they focus on relief and giving up-to-date news to the said event.
Worried fans of various Japanese celebrities breathe freely as various sites listed compilations of those who are "checked in safe" after the quake. A hoax circulating about the death Pokemon creator Satoshi Tajiri was later pronounced fake.
Riders Rangers and Rambles, or RRR, with CS-Toys Japan, along with other tokusatsu blogs, forums and websites joined forces to do our best to help the country, the home of tokusatsu, that we all love. Dubbed as the "Super Hero Time" Donation Drive, it collected a total of US$8,255 which was donated to Red Cross Japan.