The Cloud Japan Invites You to Send Rain an 11th Debut Anniversary Message

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Rain’s Official Website in Japan

~Cloud Cover by Terri :-}, Managing Editor

Good news, Global Clouds! The Cloud Japan (Rain’s official fan club in Japan) is sponsoring a celebratory message project in honor of Rain’s 11th Debut Anniversary, and they have invited all of us to join them!

To send your message to Rain along with The Cloud Japan’s messages, here’s what you do:

  • Create your own, personalized, congratulatory message for Rain
  • Capture/save your message as a .jpg or .png file
  • Make sure your photo message is sized A4 (210mm X 297mm (8.27 in. 11.69 in.)
  • E-mail your photo message file to cloudrainjapan@gmail.com by April 15, 2013.

If your message is received in the proper format and by the deadline, then The Cloud Japan will print and file your message, add it to theirs, and then send all of the messages along to Rain.  So, please hurry, Clouds, and get your photo message in to The Cloud Japan on time, so that it can be included in their project.

Many thanks to The Cloud Japan’s Cloudmaster, Hina, and to The Cloud Japan for giving Clouds around the globe the chance to participate in their 11th Debut Anniversary project! We are honored.

Terri :-}

~ by Cloud USA on April 9, 2013.

2 Responses to “The Cloud Japan Invites You to Send Rain an 11th Debut Anniversary Message”

  1. Cloud USA thank you so much for this info!Yes i will join & i will send my message ^_^

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  2. Thank you for the info! I will send my message!

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