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kyuen kanji

relief
The kanji for kyuen
'kyuen' means relief.
Lots of companies send relief to the earthquake victims.
I read a hearty article today.
The newspaper said, a sports company send relief goods to Iwate prefecture, only 2 days after they had offer from a common man. And the man who lives in Iwate prefecture, he sent a letter to the company. 'I read an article on our relief goods offer on Mar. 30 and could not stop crying when I saw children and families with a smile. As one of residents of Iwate prefecture, I really appreciate the support from your company. And I think you made the disaster victims cheerful.
Best wishes in your future business endeavors.'
I think that a cheerful feeling goes spreading in various places and people.
kyuen
Item ID : 303
calligrapher: sakura
caterogy: kanji calligraphy
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