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The COVID-19 pandamic has changed everyday life and interpersonal relationships.
Why don't you express your gratitude to "someone important to you" that you've realised now?
We hope that by expressing gratitude, many smiles would be spread.
We will send thanks to the world from Kita Ward by taking a picture of everyone's "Thank you". Let's participate the World Record Challenge!
Content:
Collect 100,000 photos of people expressing gratitude.
Period:
Until Friday, September 30th, 2022
Announcement:
When the details are finalised, we will post an announcement on the homepage.

World record challenge [How to paticipate]

Write a thank you note on the paper!

Write a message to anyone that you wish to express your gratitude, such as family, friends, and colleagues! Any type of paper is acceptable, including message cards, stationery, and note paper. Please make sure to include words "Thank you" or "Grateful."(Foreign languages are acceptable as well.) You are welcome to write as many papers as you would like, whether handwritten or printed.

Please take a photo with the thank-you note you wrote!

It's OK if the photo shows a person holding a thank-you note and the letters are well-written!

A photo that does not show a person holding a thank-you note is NG.

It's OK if the photo shows a person holding a thank-you note, even if the face is cut or not visible!

A photo that only focus to displays "Thank-you" message and does not show any person who holds the Thank-you note is NG.

Send photo!

Please click the "Post Photo" button to send the photo you took! You can send up to 5 photos at a time. When sending by smartphone, use QR. You are welcome to send it as many times as you want. Let's express your gratitude to as many people as possible!

You can easily make a thank-you note!

We offer a feature that allows you to create a thank-you note by input your words here!
The size corresponds to A4 sheet and a postcard size.
Please print and use the completed image file.