Here below are the accounts of the banks.
Donation is accepted until 31 March, 2011
口座名(Account name): 東日本大震災義援金（ひがしにっぽん・だいしんさい・ぎえんきん)
北洋銀行 本店営業部 普通口座 ６４２８４０９
Hokuyo bank, Honten eigyo-bu
北海道銀行 本店営業部 普通口座 １７５２００１
Hokkaido bank, Honten eigyo-bu
If you have either account, no transfer fee is charged as long as you have an account.
If you want to read in Japanese, please read below. /日本語は下記をご覧ください。
It was only five days ago that happened the earthquake. O-tsunami, or big tsunami warnings were issued for the coastline of Hakodate and Hokuto. I heard some warnings from the street, but it only said, "Evacuate your homes immediately and go to the higher area and never get close to the coast or river." My house is located about 500 meters from the shore. So I decided to go to Kikyo area, which is about three kilometers far from the coast. While I was driving, FM Iruka taught me exactly what I wanted to know.
FM Iruka("iruka" means dolphin) is a local FM radio broadcasting station and you can listen to its programs on 80.7MHz. It taught me when the first tsunami would arrive at Hakodate, the time of high tide, which roads were closed by flooding, etc. If you speak Japanese, FM iruka will help you in emergency. I often listen to their programs and it sometimes delivers disaster prevention note in English. If you live in Hakodate or Hokuto, how about tuning 80.7? I really appreciate FM Iruka.
On 11th, my husband and I returned home around half past nine and found our neighbors without damage. But we prepared for possible emergency and went to bed. My parents' house was flooded with water, but fortunately, water didn't reach tatami mats. Two days later, I dropped by theirs and found that the house across the street was flooded and a sofa, comics & magazines and many garbage bags were placed outside.
Now, every time I turn on TV, I'm terrified of the nuclear power plants news. I dreadfully wish various matters would settle as soon as possible.