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MCS Rally in Japan

Saturday 18 October 2008

ShibuyaThe first ever rally for Multiple Chemical Sensitivity awareness to be held in Japan will take place on Saturday 22 November 2008 at 1:30pm.

Nobuko Burnfield let us know about the rally:

Japanese patients are mostly hiding in their home to avoid their surroundings. Not many people in Japan know about MCS and practically nobody believes you if you say you have it. This rally is only the beginning to let people know these symptoms exists.

There are no free medicare schemes, unemployed benefits, or age pension in Japan. All patients have to live and work, saving for retirement. No saving means no pension. It will be great if the workplace or the public consider people with MCS and stop the toxic ways in front of our face. So we are asking you or your friends to please join the walk. Let’s make some noise.

By Nobuko Burnfield

Here are the full details:


Saturday 22 November 2008


Meeting at 1:30pm
Departing at 2:00pm for 30 - 40 minutes


Shibuya Station Area in Tokyo

Meeting spot:

Miyashita Park (Shibuya Station East Exit)


Not necessary – just turn up


Private group


Website: (in Japanese)

Miyashita Park



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