March 29, 2011

✿Prayers of Love and Gratitude to Water

From Masaru EmotoMessenger of Water
To All People Around the World

Please send your prayers of love and gratitude to water at the nuclear plants in Fukushima, Japan!

By the massive earthquakes of Magnitude 9 and surreal massive tsunamis, more than 10,000 people are still missing…even now… It has been 16 days already since the disaster happened. What makes it worse is that water at the reactors of Fukushima Nuclear Plants started to leak, and it’s contaminating the ocean, air and water molecule of surrounding areas. 

Human wisdom has not been able to do much to solve the problem, but we are only trying to cool down the anger of radioactive materials in the reactors by discharging water to them.

Is there really nothing else to do?

I think there is. During over twenty year research of hado measuring and water crystal photographic technology, I have been witnessing that water can turn positive when it receives pure vibration of human prayer no matter how far away it is.
Energy formula of Albert Einstein, E=MC2 really means that Energy = number of people and the square of people’s consciousness.

Now is the time to understand the true meaning. Let us all join the prayer ceremony as fellow citizens of the planet earth.   I would like to ask all people, not just in Japan, but all around the world to please help us to find a way out the crisis of this planet!!
The prayer procedure is as follows.

Name of ceremony:
“Let’s send our thoughts of love and gratitude to all water in the nuclear plants in Fukushima”

Day and Time:
March 31st, 2011 (Thursday)
12:00 noon in each time zone

Please say the following phrase:
“The water of Fukushima Nuclear Plant, we are sorry to make you suffer.  Please forgive us. We thank you, and we love you.”  Please say it aloud or in your mind. Repeat it three times as you put your hands together in a prayer position. Please offer your sincere prayer.  

Thank you very much from my heart.

With love and gratitude,
Masaru Emoto
Messenger of Water

March 28, 2011

✿Keep Going in April

We are still hosting Japan earthquake relief fund bazaar until April 3rd Sunday.

2599 Telegraph Ave. Berkeley CA 94704
April 1st.(Friday) ~ 3rd. (Sunday)
at 11 ~ 6 pm

March 23, 2011

✿Keep Going Japan !

Japan Earthquake Relief Fund BAZZAR we organized on last Saturday was a big success !
Lot's of people came by even in the rain and we raised tons of donation !!  Thank you so much. We didn't only raised money but also we gained lots of great energy from people came by to donate.  Many of them left kindness wards to us.

It was only 3 of us who organized this fundraising bazaar and we only had 4 days to put together ; therefore lots of our friends and their friends came to support us.  Some of them came with home made cookies and bento, some came to donate lots of things, and some help at the bazaar.  We really couldn't done it without them.  We were so grateful.  

Since we have lots of items got donated and many people wants to help us out that we have decided to continue  this bazaar from tomorrow Wednesday 23rd. to Sunday 27th.

We have hand made crafts, ceramics, jewelries, pastries, antiques, clothes, shoes, dolls, records, books, Momoca hats and more for sale.  
I hope you can come by...
2599 Telegraph Ave. Berkeley CA 94704
March 23rd Wednesday 12 ~ 5pm
24th Thursday     12 ~ 5pm
25th Friday          12 ~ 5pm
26th Saturday     11 ~ 4pm
27th Sunday        11 ~ 4pm
April 1st Friday  11 ~ 6pm
2nd Satuday        11 ~ 6pm
3rd Sunday          11 ~ 6pm
We made our original T-shirts and tote bags and they are available for purcash at our bazaar.
It's my hand writing with Japanese brush. 
My Japanese friend's company, Harvest Land  printed them so rapidly for us.  Thank you. We sold most of then on last Saturday so they are printing more for us right now.

 I also made the donation box with strawberry tape.

I attached the dot ribbon as a handle.  I thought it would be cute, if young kids hang it on the neck.
Imagine, at the end of the day, when I saw lots of donation inside this box... I almost cry.
Thank you so much everyone !

Now, we have our relief fund website. 
Please, check it out !!

March 21, 2011

✿ Toms x Shoebiz SF

Momoca has been collaborating with Adidas Concept Store SF since 2006 and I have a great news !!!

Adidas Concept Shop on Haight Street and Shoebiz SF are owned by the same person and he is a great friend of mine and very supportive.  
(Shoebiz SF is a great shoes shop in San Francisco and they have 3 locations.)

I just had Japan Earthquake Relief Fund Bazaar Event yesterday in Berkeley with my Japanese friends and it was a big success (Thanks everyone who came) and the owner of Adidas/Shoebiz wants to support us by donating shoes !!

He is organizing this great event to support Japan Earthquake Relief Fund ! 
Please, check it out !  He said, it will be big and fun event !!

Toms x Shoebiz SF are collaborating this event !!

Saturday, March 26th, 11 ~ 5 pm
at Shoebiz SF in Noe store  
3810 24th Street San Francisco, CA

For every pair of Toms shoes sold, Toms will give a pair of shoes to child in need and Shoebiz SF will donate Two pairs to the Japan Earthquake Relief Fund !

Join us for this event and help give back !

An event for the entire family to come & enjoy.
Come for coloring, snacks and music by DJ GeektotheBEAT get your Toms custom painted by your kids or local bay area artists.

Come out and support and help give back.

more info about Shoebiz Sf :
more info about Toms :

March 16, 2011

✿Japan Earthquake Relief Fund

All of my friends and Family in Japan are OK but they are constantly feeling smaller quake and very worry about nuclear plant.  What I surprised the most is that every single person who sent me e-mail says the same thing.  
Their situation are not so great but their suffering are nothing to compare with people who lost family, house and has been refugee, . 
It touches my heart that even those hard time, they have space in their heart to kindly think for other people first.

I am so far a way from home and family and so worry.   
What can I do for my people in my country besides crying and worrying?  

My friends are I are organizing this Bazaar for Japan Earthquake Relief Fund.

click to enlarge.

March 13, 2011


I would like announce that your pursase of Momoca products from online shopping site during March 13th to March 31st, I would like to donate 10% of the sale to Japan.
I would also happy to offer FREE SHIPPING !!

Please, feel free to let your friends know about this.
Thank you very much.

While I was updating my online shopping site and looking at my hats, I realize again how much I love hats !!!

She is my new model and I did her make up.
Her name is Hazel.
I hope she works hard and dedicate herself as top in-house model, new face of Momoca !

March 11, 2011


I would like to thank all my friends who called me, text me, email me and facebook me to find out if my families and friends are ok.  It's so great to know my friends were thinking of me and my family.  Thank you.  
Also, my Japanese friends are calling each other making sure each families are fine as well.
It's very nice feeling that people care about me and I have people that I care about.

I knew my families were safe by getting text message from my mom last night a few hours after it happened.  I was texting my Mom asking Genki? (how are you) and I usually get reply from her right away but yesterday, she took for a while.  I found out that I text to my mom only 6 minutes after the earthquake happen without knowing about it.  I receive text message from my mom a few hours later "there were a big earthquake , we are all ok " so I went on internet and found out magnitude 6.0 hit the city where my family live.  Epicenter had magnitude 8.8.

I was able to talk to my mom earlier today.
She explain to me that earthquake happened while she was driving.  She felt like she was surfing on surfboard on big wave.  Guardrail on the side of the road were coming apart while she was driving.  It was the most scary thing she had ever experienced, she said.

My city didn't have electricity for 24 hours after the quake and they only had a radio to know the news.  I knew more what's going on than my mom by reading the news on the internet.
She kept saying to me "I am fine" "we are fine" ...
Land line didn't work but cell phone was working (very bad connection most of the time) so she was charging her batteries in the car. About 3 pm (Japan time) today, she got electricity back.  Some of the neighbor's fence wall came apart or Japanese brick type stone on the roof fall down and she has seen lot's of damage here and there but my family's house had no damage.  We are very lucky. 

I wish all the missing people are in safe place and alive.  I know 2 people who still haven't been able to find out their families safety.  I really wish the best for them.  

More I saw the news and video, I got depressed, cried and got scared.  
Many people lost their life, families, houses and all that.  More than 10 thousands people spent a night on roof top in freezing cold, waiting to be rescue because they were surrounded by water and could not get out of the building and inside the building were floated by water, they had nowhere to go.
At the same time, I feel that God gave us an another opportunity to realize how important to be connecting with family and friends deeply saying more "thank you" each day.  
Living each day with joy.  I feel even more than before that I want to live my life happy each day and to be more grateful for my families, friends and each moment.

March 07, 2011

✿BooBoo and Pamuk

My little (dog) friend BooBoo.
When my friend Liz adapted BooBoo, he only had one eye so they don't know what happened to his right eye.  I love him so much, even he isn't my dog and I can't see him so often.  
I am always waiting to hear from Liz to baby/dog sit him.  
He is really really cute and very calm just like my dog Ren who past away about 2 years ago.
Ren past away in 2009 and I miss her a lot.  She often comes in my dream and I just saw her in my dream last night.  Ren makes me happy♡  in my dream and I still feel very close to her.

On the photo above, every time I see BooBoo, I try to steal him from Liz, putting him in my bag although; never been succesful yet.  
He is like a stuffed animal, so soft , so cute and so light.

I have cat allergy and I am not a cat person but I meet beautiful cats sometime.  Well, Pamuk is one of it.  He is my friend, Serra and Alicia's grand mother's cat and he is from Turkey.  Alicia told me it's common in Turkey that cat has blue eye on one side and green on the other side.  
I think he is very pretty and mysterious.