[update] Cloud Japan’s 11th Debut Anniversary message book for Rain is done.

Cloud cover by: Stephe, Managing Editor ^@@^

Big hugs to all of you Global Clouds who showed true solidarity and participated in the Japanese Cloud’s Rain project. Great job! Cloudmaster Hina posted a thank-you and images on the The official Cloud Fan Community today. Love the camo. ♥



Posted by: Hina @The Cloud, 4/26/2013 

English Translation by 화니

Images credit: Cloudmaster Hina

-Report on the 11th Message File-

Thank you as always for your help and your good work.
Hello, this is Japanese master hina.

I want to report on the creation of a letter file containing Cloud fans’ congratulatory messages to celebrate the 11th anniversary of Rain’s debut.

In total, 234 letters, including 81 letters sent from Mexico, Hungary, Spain, Chile, South America, the Middle East, the Philippines, Peru, and other countries, and 153 letters sent from Japan, have been created on a file.

The following image shows the letters.
(The letters have been made only for him and that’s why I intentionally let the image lack definition to protect their privacy.)

I’d like to thank all those who have participated in this event.

Congrats on his 11th debut anniversary, and we hope he’ll bring his duty to a successful conclusion by doing his very best right up to the end.

Thank you.

~ by Cloud USA on April 26, 2013.

3 Responses to “[update] Cloud Japan’s 11th Debut Anniversary message book for Rain is done.”

  1. que lidos mensajes para rain !!


  2. Well done, Cloud Japan!

    Terri :-}


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