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With your help, we will continue to put pressure on Japan to end this cruel and destructive slaughter of dolphins. We are passionate, dedicated and committed - it may take time, but the determination will win the dolphins in Taiji.

We can all make a difference. If you want your voices heard, please contact the respective representatives to tell them that the killing must stop!

Please help us end this slaughter. Your opinion is important - apathy allowed to continue this barbaric "tradition".

You can directly help support the Cove Guardians purchasing items from our Amazon Wish List.

Consider applying to be a Cove Guardian and join our team in Taiji. This position requires dedication, time and resources. You must pay for your travel, accommodation, food and all other personal expenses.

Application process:

Send e-mail to coveguardian@seashepherd.org and express your interest.
You will be sent a package of information that includes links to the ground Volunteer Application and a supplemental questionnaire for Cove Guardians.
It will send that package either by email or physical.
You will be notified if selected and will provide more detailed information to help you book your stay in Japan and travel information.
Bought a ticket to a show of dolphins in Taiji buy blood The entertainment industry captive dolphin makes a lot of money dolphins suffering and death. The way to close them is to take the profit from its operations. By ending the demand for his shows, we can sink economically.

No support these amenities. Finish their season passes. Encourage your friends and family to stay away from them. Do not include in their vacation packages and cruises. Contact the parks and let them know how you feel about dolphins in captivity. Educate others about the relationship between industry and captive dolphins Taiji dolphin slaughter. Not participate in the programs of dolphins in captivity as "swim with dolphins"

The Ceta-Base "Phinventory" is a list of the world wide captive dolphins.

cetabase Operation Infinite Patience Follow on social networks and share with friends and family. Ask them to help end this atrocity.

Cove Guardian Facebook
Sea Shepherd USA Facebook
Cove Guardian Twitter
Sea Shepherd USA Twitter Help us stop the brutal slaughter of dolphins in Taiji to express their concerns to the authorities of Taiji, and the Japanese Embassy, US Embassy to Japan, US and Japanese ambassadors to the UN, and members of Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

Prime Minister Abe Shinzo-
Cabinet Office, Government of Japan
1-6-1 Nagata-cho
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. 100-8914 JAPAN
+ 81-3-5253-2111 Website: http://www.kantei.go.jp/foreign/index-e.html
Online feedback form # 1: https://www.kantei.go.jp/foreign/forms/comment_ssl.html
Online feedback form # 2: https://form.cao.go.jp/kokusai/en_opinion-0001.html

Embassies of Japan in the world:
Websites of Japanese embassies, consulates and permanent missions List of Embassies and Consulates General in Japan:
List of Embassies and Consulates General in Japan US Embassy in Japan:
Caroline Kennedy - US Ambassador to Japan
Phone: 011-81-3-3224-5000
Fax: 011-81-3-3505-1862
Email to the US Embassy in Japan
Please thank Caroline Kennedy for his defense of dolphins Japanese UN representatives:
HE. Mr. Kazuyoshi Umemoto - Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
japan.mission @dn.mofa.go.jp HE. Mr. Jun Yamazaki - Deputy Representative of Japan to the United Nations
japan.mission @dn.mofa.go.jp US Representative of the UN:
Samantha Power - The US ambassador to the UN
Samantha Power Twitter
United States Mission to the Contact Form United Nations Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs:
Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs Wakayama Prefecture Office of the Fisheries Division:
Phone: + 81-73-441-3010
Fax: + 81-73-432-4124 International Whaling Commission (IWC)
The Red House,
135 Station Road,
Cambridgeshire CB24 9NP, UK.
Tel: +44 (0) 1223 233 971
Fax: +44 (0) 1223 232 87
Email: secretariat@iwcoffice.org Environmental Program of the United Nations (UNEP) / Convention on Migratory Species (CMP)
UNEP / CMS Secretariat
Platz der Nationen Vereinten 1
53113 Bonn, Germany
Tel: (+49 228) 815 2401
Fax: (+49 228) 815 2449
Email: secretariat@cms.int Hotel Dolphin Resort / Dolphin Base:

Phone: + 81-0735-59-3514
Fax: + 81-0735-59-2810 Japan Public Fishing Form Content:
Contact the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries WAZA: World Association of Zoos and Aquariums
secretariat@waza.org IMATA: The International Association of Marine Mammal Trainers
info@imata.org Prime Minister of Japan and his Cabinet
The Prime Minister in action - Japan Prime Minister and his cabinet

Prime Minister of Japan and his Cabinet
The Prime Minister in action - Japan Prime Minister and his cabinet