Help Japan (and get some amazing blotting papers in the process)

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In an effort to help the victims of the recent Japanese earthquake, one of my favorite blotting paper purveyors, TATCHA, has created an aburatorigami gift set featuring a card with the words "Kokoryori" meaning from the "heart." All profits from sales of the gift set through 3/31/11 will go to support relief efforts in Japan, through Save the Children, a Japanese humanitarian organization dedicated to the littlest survivors of the tragedy. Each set costs $165 and contains 15 packs of 30-sheet gold flecked aburatorigami paper sets inside of a custom made kiribako, a Japanese wooden box. TATCHA's goal is to raise at least $10,000 for the children affected by the Japanese earthquake and tsunami. Go to tatcha.com to purchase the gift set and help make a difference. You can visit savethechildren.com/japanquake to read more about the Save the Children Japan Fund. —Lauren Matthews



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