Currently “Mamoru-kun Reconstruction Support Project” is calling for voluntary contributions in Japan, and the cartoon strip found in this update is the first external contribution to the project. At this time the project is seeking contributions from residents of Japan, but the company hopes to accept international contributions in the future.
[Mamoru-kun world reference guide brochure]
This brochure (currently available in Japanese only) can be downloaded from CyberConnect2’
Donation per piece: 100 JPY (appx. 1.2 USD)
Available sizes: A4 size, iPhone wallpaper size, and Android Wallpaper size.
About “Mamoru-kun Reconstruction Support Project”
This charity project aims to support people in the 3.11 disaster area with CyberConnect2 selling original illustrations from Mamoru-kun Universe on gumroad, an online e-commerce service, and donating all of the profits to the Japanese Red Cross Society.
Mamoru-kun is a mascot character created by CyberConnect2 for Fukuoka prefecture’s disaster preparation program. The purpose of the program is to increase Fukuoka citizens’ awareness of disaster preparation. Mamoru-kun’s face appears on the program’s posters and his name is used for the prefecture’s disaster alert email service. "Mamoru-kun"
Gumroad is an online e-commerce platform operated by Gumroad, Inc. Through this service users can sell contents, such as illustrations and ebooks, to others. The service currently supports four languages, English, Japanese, German, and Portuguese.
About CyberConnect2 Co., Ltd.
CyberConnect2., Ltd. is a video game developer located in Fukuoka prefecture, Japan. It is most known for its popular .hack franchise and Naruto Ultimate Ninja games along with critically acclaimed titles such as Asura’s Wrath and Solatorobo.
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Mizuho HYAKUTAKE (Advertising and Public Relations Section)