Akabeko Project supports the
Mother's Radiation Lab of Fukushima - Tarachine (MRLF)
Founded in 2013, the Akabeko Project is an annual event that raises awareness for those affected by the March 11, 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster by engaging community members of all ages in creative, cultural, and educational activities.
The Akabeko Project fosters a continued awareness of the situation by hosting Akabeko painting workshops.
The Akabeko Project’s mission is to continue to strengthen international relationships between Japanese and Americans and to educate our communities, both in the United States and in Japan, about the continuing struggles that face the citizens of Fukushima.