Mizuki Nana and her bestfriend/harpist Agematsu Mika will hold a charity program via Nico Live though it’s pre-recorded.
All money gathered during this program’s broadcast will be added to Nico Fundraising and forwarded to Japanese Red Cross.
Like other charity broadcasts, this might only last 30 mins.
With Mika-chan, we can expect Heart-shaped chant, Shin’ai, and/or Shichigatsu Nanoka.. pretty godly setlist for half an hour! Let them know how much you like them by donating.
I made this guide based on other Nico fundraising programs which was using Nico Points system. I will update once it’s confirmed, but this seems to be the only way for now. Yes Paypal is OK!
But, it takes time especially using PayPal, so it’s better to do this earlier. Even if they use different system, you can donate the Points later. Anyhow still better than risking doing nothing while watching Nana+Mika performs.. *gasp*
2. Buy Nico Points to be donated. 1 point is worth 1 yen.
Follow this guide to buy points via credit card or WebMoney.
-Some overseas CC might be rejected, though “Verified by Visa” or “MasterCard SecureCode” have bigger chance to work.
-WebMoney is kinda tricky and you’ll need to use 3rd-party merchant. SutoCorp is trustworthy, fast, and accepts Paypal.
Some foreign CC works with Rakuten (æ¥½å¤©ããããæ¯æã)
..which has English registration page so I’m sure you don’t need me. ^_^
3. Enter Nana’s charity program. Donate during the program.
5. Find this donate button: just above the comment section.
5. Pop-up page.
-Name max 16 chars, message max 30 chars.
-You can donate all your points or just parts of it from 100 points.
I don’t think whatever’s next will be a problem (confirmation page?), but I will post a screencap once I donate on 27th.
Any questions please drop a comment.
Honestly this didn’t come as a surprise for me, since Nana blogged last week on meeting her team and producer to think what they could do to contribute.
The over-analyzed, over-dramatized Fukushima N-plant stole too much attention from the actual victims of Tohoku Disaster: hundred thousands who lost their home and families from tsunami. As of today, over 10,000 people died and 17,000 more still missing. Those who lived are suffering in refugee area. They need help.
I personally have donated in the first week, but I’m proud of what Nana’s doing and I will support that. Regardless of the amount, it helps. See you online on 27th!