Mayumi Motoi

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Shibuya-ku ,Tokyo

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Mayumi Motoi (@mayupull) Instagram photo 2017-11-20 07:51:22

20 November 07:51:22
冷凍食品のpicardで、初めて夕食してみます。 大好きなニョッキやグラタン、ミニピッツァなど、楽しみ。#代官山 #代官山picard #picard

Mayumi Motoi (@mayupull) Instagram photo 2017-11-19 05:14:16

19 November 05:14:16
ボージョレーを見ていたら、ワインコーナーには、マンモスやゴリラにヤモリにオスカルまで(;゜0゜)#ワイン #wine

Mayumi Motoi (@mayupull) Instagram photo 2017-11-19 02:44:54

19 November 02:44:54

Mayumi Motoi (@mayupull) Instagram photo 2017-11-12 06:01:04

12 November 06:01:04
☀ JAPAN MUST END ITS IVORY TRADE. ☀ Will *YOU* help us make that happen? *S*H*A*R*E widely and join our protest on Tuesday the 14th at 11:30am at the Japanese Consulate in San Francisco. If you wish to organize elsewhere on behalf of banning Japan s ivory trade, please PM us. Thank you. This is super effective and super EASY - JOIN US! ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Thanks to an enormous outcry from the global community, China and others have taken steps to stop their domestic ivory trade... Japan needs to do the right thing and ban its trade immediately! Why target Japan? Japan has more ivory retailers (8000+), ivory manufacturers (300+) and ivory wholesalers (500+) than any other nation...all with the official support of the Japanese government! While other countries around the world have moved to end the ivory trade, Japan remains determined to stand behind theirs. According to Environmental Investigative Agency, on a single day two online Japanese shopping sites “each carried approximately 6,000 different ivory ads. The combined sale price for the ivory products on both sites totaled more than U.S. $5.1 million.” From 2011 to 2014, 5,500 tusks entered the Japanese trade without evidence of legal origin. At this time in our history, this is outrageous! The ivory poaching crisis has caused the deaths of 100,000 African elephants over the past three years. The population of Africa s Savanna elephants has decreased by 30% from 2007-2014. PLEASE JOIN March for Elephants to tell Japan that we will not tolerate the needless slaughter of our beloved elephants for mere trinkets. Please do not stand-by idly as the largest land mammal on earth is driven to extinction! The Japanese Consulate is in the Financial District of San Francisco and is about a 10 minute walk from the Embarcadero BART Station. Walk 4 blocks southwest on Market St toward Fremont Street, turn right onto Front Street, turn left onto Halleck Alley and turn right onto Battery Street to the Consulate. WE WILL BE STANDING IN FRONT OF THE BUILDING, on the corner of Battery and Sacramento. We have identified a nearby, reasonably priced parking lot at: 343 Sansome Street. En

Mayumi Motoi (@mayupull) Instagram photo 2017-11-10 23:29:07

10 November 23:29:07

Mayumi Motoi (@mayupull) Instagram photo 2017-11-10 21:49:37

10 November 21:49:37

Mayumi Motoi (@mayupull) Instagram photo 2017-11-03 03:34:01

03 November 03:34:01