Sushi for Charity – A Community Message

  • SumoMe

Every day, the news about Japan’s recent disaster is plastered all over the newspapers and media. There’s earthquake, there’s tsunami and there’s even nuclear leak. To say that it’s heartbreaking is merely putting it mildly, so why don’t we ask ourselves on how we can contribute? Sushi Tei, for example, has come up with a brilliant plan on donating 50% of its sales proceeds (on 25th of March 2011) from all its outlets to support the victims of the recent earthquake and tsunami. If you’re already planning to dine at Sushi Tei, hold on and wait until the 25th! You really have got nothing to lose while dining with a good cause. :)

50% of sales goes to Japan’s relief funds

Sushi Tei steps forward to help Japan’s disaster victims

Kuala Lumpur, 18 March 2011 – Sushi Tei Malaysia today announced that it will be doing its part for the Japanese community by raising funds for the tsunami and earthquake victims in Japan.

In a one- day event on Friday, 25th March 2011, fifty percent (50%) of all its sales proceeds from all its outlets will be channeled towards the Malaysian Red Crescent Society, which is associated with the Japanese Red Cross Society (JRCS). The money from this charity drive will be used to provide immediate relief efforts and support for victims of the recent disaster.


During this time of devastation Sushi Tei urges everyone to join them in doing what they can for the tsunami and earthquake victims. It encourages members of the public to support the campaign and help the people of Japan.


Sushi Tei outlets are located at:
1) Pavilion KL
Lot 1.18.01, Level 1 ,
Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
Tel :- +603-2141 4640

2) Tropicana City Mall
Lot G-16, Ground Floor,
Petaling Jaya
Tel :- +603-7728 9299

3) The Gardens
Lot LG-210, Lower Ground Floor,
The Gardens Mall Mid Valley City
Tel :- +603-2282 7635

4) Suria Sabah Shopping Mall
Lot G-68, Ground Floor
Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Tel : +6088-485 595

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  1. says

    It is so sad rumours abound about radiation in the air and not eating seafood from Japan. I hope great Jap restaurants like Hanare comes out of this ok. Yeap, this is a very good cause, they are helping themselves by helping others. 25th is going to be swamped with people there.

  2. says

    Hi Witch!

    What a great charity to help those in need in Japan with a food they’re known for. I’m hoping they will be able to get back on their feet soon and recover.

    Have a good one my friend!

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