Call of the Cove

Fax

WHAT TO FAX:

イルカを自由に暮らさせてあげてください。お願いします。

Iruka wo jiyuu ni kurasasete agete kudasai onegaishimasu.

Please let the dolphins live and be free. Thank you.

HOW TO FAX:

Read why faxing is an important means of business communication in Japan. You can send faxes online and without the use of a fax machine. For these free services listed below, an e-mail address is required.

Free Fax Services to Japan:

http://www.myfax.com/free/
Limit: 2 free faxes per 24 hours.
NOTES:
*You must confirm the sending of your fax via a link sent to your e-mail address.
*A second e-mail will be sent to you to confirm if the fax has been successfully sent or not.
*This service works in the U.S. and the UK. It may not work in other countries.  If it works outside the U.S., please e-mail us, so we can update this page.

http://www.freepopfax.com/
Limit: 5 free faxes per day.
NOTES:
*SMS code verification via your mobile phone is now required. (If you do not wish to share your mobile number with the website, please use another free fax service.)
*An e-mail will be sent to you to confirm if the fax has been successfully sent or not.
*The e-mail will contain a copy of your fax as an attached PDF if it was successfully sent.
*This service works in the U.S. It may not work in other countries.  If it works outside the U.S., please e-mail us, so we can update this page.

Other Free Fax Services:

http://faxzero.com/
Limit: 5 free faxes per day.
NOTE: Free to the U.S. and Canada only.

http://www.gotfreefax.com/
NOTE: Free to the U.S. and Canada only.

http://freefax.1888usa.com/
NOTE: Free to parts of the U.S., Canada and select other countries (but not Japan) — please click on the link to check the current coverage list.

WHO TO FAX:
NOTE: Most, if not all, services will automatically enter the country code when you select the country. When entering the fax numbers into the field, you may need to remove the hyphens/spaces between digits (example: 735592801).

Taiji Fishermen’s Union (Isana Union)
81-73-559-2821

Taiji Fishery Cooperative
81-73-559-3018

Dolphin Base
81-73-559-3514

Mayor of Taiji: Kazutaka Sangen
81-73-559-2801

Taiji Whale Museum
81-73-559-3823

Mr. Yoshiki Kimura – Governor of Wakayama Prefecture
81-73-423-9500

Wakayama Prefecture Office, Fishery Division
81-73-432-4124

Wakayama Tourism Federation
81-73-432-8313

Tourism Bureau, Wakayama Prefecture
81-73-427-1523

International Marine Animal Trainers’ Association (IMATA) — United States
1-312-939-2216
Tell IMATA to stop supporting the horrific drive hunts and live captures in Taiji.

Worldwide Association for Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA) — Switzerland
41-(0)22-999-07-91
Tell WAZA to stop supporting the horrific drive hunts and live captures in Taiji.

International Whaling Commission — United Kingdom
44-(0)1223-232-876

United States President Barack Obama
1-202-456-2461
Tell President Obama that you want the United States to use its sanctioning powers available under the Pelly Amendment against Japan until they stop whaling permanently.

Embassy of Japan, United States of America
1-202-328-2187

Embassy of Japan, United Kingdom
020-7491-9348

Embassy of Japan, Australia
61-2-6273-1848

Embassy of Japan, New Zealand
04-471-2951

Embassy of Japan, Germany
49-30-2109-4222

Additional Embassy Listings
Click here

COMMENTS? QUESTIONS? CORRECTIONS?

Please e-mail us at cotc@pitbullinteractive.com with any feedback/contributions for this website.

SPECIAL THANKS

A big thank you to this source of information for highlighting the importance of fax communication in Japan: http://savemistythedolphin.blogspot.ca/2012/08/just-fax-call-to-action-for-dolphins-of.html

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